Botanic Springs launches the Aromator on Kickstarter. Make your own Essential Oils at home

The Aromator is the world's first and only counter-top device for making your own pure Essential and Aromatic Oils from herbs at home in less than 10 minutes.
LA MIRADA, Calif. - Sept. 4, 2014 - PRLog -- Botanic Springs announced the launch of their Kickstarter Project: The Aromator.
The Aromator is the world’s first and only counter-top device for making pure Essential and Aromatic Oils at home from herbs and plants, in less than 10 minutes.
Designed to sit on a kitchen counter, it’s an important new addition to the home of all those interested in wellness, health, and guaranteed natural products.

The Aromator produces pure, fresh Essential Oils extracted from dried herbs. The herbs are supplied by Botanic Springs in the form of Aroma-cups; capsules that contain between 30 – 80 grams of dried, organic plant materiel, rich in oils. The concept is similar to the popular single serving coffee machines. The Aromator’s unique (and patent pending) process, extracts the oils from the herbs and deposits them into a glass receptacle, immediately ready for use.

The Aromator produces 30 – 80 drops of Essential Oils per cycle, and in addition, simultaneously produces 4 ounces of hydrosol from the same Aroma-cup. Users gets two natural, pure, products from one cycle.
The Aromator’s simplicity is it’s allure. Add water, drop in an Aroma-cup, vzbhi and push a button. In less than 10 minutes, the Essential Oil and Hydrosol are ready.

Botanic Springs plans to bring the Aromator to market in Spring 2015 and has elected to use Kickstarter to publicize their product and raise the funds they need to bring the Aromator to market.

Their Kickstarter campaign can be found at:

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