How Do You Pronounce MONQ?

how do you pronounce monq

We are often asked how MONQ is pronounced.

Some interesting attempts have included “MONO”, “MON-Queue”, and, believe it or not, “Monique”.

It’s time to clear this up – MONQ is pronounced just like Monk!
For those linguistically inclined people, the pronunciation of both MONQ and MONK is as follows: /mʌŋk/

MONQ is actually an acronym that stands for Modified Observation of Natural Qualia, and you can read more about the meaning of this here.


Eric Fishman, MD

By Eric Fishman, M.D.

With substantial experience in western medicine, including decades of operating on patients, and an interest in eastern medicine through practicing yoga and homeopathic remedies, Dr. Eric Fishman has developed MONQ® Therapeutic Air® products, allowing millions to enjoy the benefits of aromatherapy in an easy-to-use personal diffuser. An orthopedic surgeon, holistic physician, yogi, and creator of MONQ (the healthy lifestyle brand promoting personal essential oil diffusers and other wellness products), Dr. Fishman takes a scientific approach to holistic health.

Favorite MONQ blend: Zen

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The above information relates to studies of specific individual essential oil ingredients, some of which are used in the essential oil blends for various MONQ diffusers. Please note, however, that while individual ingredients may have been shown to exhibit certain independent effects when used alone, the specific blends of ingredients contained in MONQ diffusers have not been tested. No specific claims are being made that use of any MONQ diffusers will lead to any of the effects discussed above.  Additionally, please note that MONQ diffusers have not been reviewed or approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. MONQ diffusers are not intended to be used in the diagnosis, cure, mitigation, prevention, or treatment of any disease or medical condition. If you have a health condition or concern, please consult a physician or your alternative health care provider prior to using MONQ diffusers.

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