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Spirovital therapy includes another useful function: chromotherapy. All breathing apparatuses are equipped with LEDs that make the bubbling water glow in a pleasant blue color. This is not only beautiful to look at, but also soothes body and mind.

It is also possible to add a fragrance to the energized breathing air. Our aromatherapy is very popular with many of our customers. No wonder – when else can you so easily bring a “fresh wind” into your breathing air?

You can order the aroma accessories from us. You can buy the individual oils yourself at your discretion from a dealer in your area.

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Oxygen energy therapy combines inhalation therapy with chromotherapy

Our organism absorbs light with its color content like food. This has immediate and measurable effects on metabolic processes and chemical processes in the body. A balanced colour balance therefore plays an important role in our health. A long-term lack of light with special wavelengths leads to regulatory disturbances of the higher-level control systems and, in the further course, to functional disorders of the subordinate systems such as the psyche, organs and organ systems.

The precise understanding of the relationships between colors, psyche, discomfort and organ systems can reduce regulatory disorders and restore a balance through targeted chromotherapy. With various diagnostic procedures, mostly from the field of naturopathy, disorders can be made visible. After appropriate therapies, a therapy control can then be carried out to document whether the therapeutic or other measures also work. The goal should always be to first improve the higher-level control system, because then subordinate systems may regulate and function better without further influence (meridians / chakras, etc.).
The importance of colors and their organ assignment

The role of colours

Colours have been used in medicine for centuries. The findings on effects on the body and psyche are mainly based on the findings and discoveries of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe and Isaac Newton. Newton recognized that each spectral color has a certain vibrational quality (wavelength) and that the color becomes visible only when the molecular structures of a body pass through certain wavelengths and reflect others. Only the reflected parts are perceived as color. Goethe, on the other hand, was primarily concerned with the order of colours and the laws of harmony and viewed them from a holistic point of view. He recognizes that all shades are composed of mixtures of the basic colors blue, red and yellow.

The anatomist Prof. Becher from Heidelberg has gained further fundamental insights into the effect of colours on humans, who in the 1950s worked on studies on the connection between the vegetative nervous system (VNS vegetative nervous system) and the perception of the eye. He discovered in the retina of the eye, “multipolar cells, outposts of the intermediate brain, which are responsible for the color effect on the brain. Since the psyche, endocrine (hormonal system), immune system and vegetative are directly related to each other and interakg, it is clear that different frequencies of color waves affect the eye, the skin and the psyche to the organs. This can be measured by hrV analysis – heart rate variability.

Combination of light and colour

Light (smallest units are photons) is a form of electromagnetic vibration. Colors are components of white light and differ in their respective vibrational frequency. An effect on the organism is explained by the different vibrational frequency of the colors. Different frequency ranges with their subfrequencies have specific effects on cells, organ systems and thus on life functions.

Colours and their effect

The colours are usually divided according to the order of Goethe’s colour circle in pure colours and mixed colours. The three pure basic colours red, yellow and blue (RGB) together with the three mixed colors of the first order result in a star or circle, on the right half of which the warm colors are to be found, on the left the cold colors. Colours have a wide range of effects on humans and many of them are now widely known.

Blue – Rest & Relaxation: Blue is a cold color that has a calming and relaxing effect. Blue is ideal for reducing stress (sympathicotonia) and hustle and bustle. It affects the glandular and hormonal system and counteracts heated processes: suppurations, pain, blood filling can be regulated with blue, as well as hemorrhoids, warts, certain heart conditions (overfunctions), high blood pressure and insomnia. Blue relieves nervousness and loosens muscles, vision and ligaments. Blue conveys the balancing. Blue is used in chromotherapy to treat stress-related migraines, acute throat problems, feverish diseases and acute back pain. Blue promotes and substrebits the parasymapthikus (vagus) and is used for regeneration, recovery, energy build-up and repair processes. Oxygen energy therapy – combines inhalation therapy with aromatherapy

History of aromatherapy

Many ancient cultures, such as the ancient Egyptians or the inhabitants of Mesopotamia, knew the beneficial powers of fragrances and used fragrances or plant parts to maintain health for body, mind and soul. Scented smoke caused by the inflalighting of selected plants and herbs had a calming, relaxing, concentration-promoting or activating effect.
The importance of the aromas and our special and unique aroma blends…

Naturally fit and healthy due to aroma oils

The odours of essential oils have a harmonizing, stimulating, soothing or lifting the mood. They help to achieve a physical and mental well-being and relieve the most diverse ailments in a gentle way.

Use the healing power of essential oils for more balance, inner harmony and stable health.

Hardly any of our senses are as neglected as our sense of smell. He is constantly active and influences us more than we usually think. A pleasant scent triggers a series of reactions in the subconscious. One uses these positive reactions to pleasant scents ever more frequently purposefully as natural remedy or in the Wellness range. Get involved in these natural odours and enjoy the pleasant sensations and increase of life energy that can be achieved through the use of special mixtures.

Tip: Store your oils in the refrigerator so that the effect lasts longer!

We can also see how important fragrances are in daily life in many phrases:
“That’s a fragrant guy”
“He stinks to me”
“I cannot stand your smell” etc.

Recommended use

Ask your therapist about the application and dosage. Be aware of any allergic reactions to oils!

The effectiveness of high-quality oils is no longer in doubt.

Disadvantages of aromatherapy

Essential oils not only have healing effects, but can also have side effects with improper use or existing allergies of the person to be treated. However, this should be clarified appropriately before it is applied.

Caution should be exercised, especially in pregnant women, children and weakened persons. In these individuals, essential oils should not be used, for example, against colds. Applied undiluted to the skin, essential oils can cause irritation. Infants should not be treated with essential oils at all.

Note: for allergy sufferers: the use of essential oils should only be considered if it can be ensured that the ingredients are not allergic.