The differences in these two nebuliziers can have a big effect on the efficacy of the naturopathic or allopathic treatment.  For those who are looking for the most up to date technology, check out vibrating mesh technology (VMT) with the Omron MicroAir Nebulizer System.  It uses vibrating mesh to create a colloidal aerosol or mist. This is the best of both worlds because it is silent but does not add any heat to the solution.  Always remember to check with your health care provider if you have any questions about what kind of nebulizer would work best for you.
What Colloidal Alkalizing Solutions Can I Put In My Nebulizer?
The following are a few of the ingredients that can be used in your nebulizer for increased benefit:
Sodium chloride, sodium bicarbonate, sodium chlorite, magnesium chloride, potassium chloride, potassium bicarbonate, potssium hydroxide, calcium gluconate, colloidal silver, gold, titanium, copper, lithium, just to name a few.
N-acteyl-cysteine, L-taurine, and L-glutathione.
Colloidal B vitamins, including B-12, niacin and folic acid.
Essential Oils
Peppermint, sage, rosmary, thyme, eucalyptus, just to name a few
How Much Colloidal Solution Should I Use?
The amount of colloidal alkalizing nutrition to use on a daily dose basis should not exceed 10ml, 3 times a day. Tentatively,  one full dose is 10ml.  However, this dose in some cases is spread throughout the day, or might even last a few days, depending on the need. In other cases, as in the connective tissue disorders which are not severe yet have become chronic, a dosage philosophy might vary. The following examples illustrate different ideas: