Are you looking for a blend of essential oils that isn’t quite so strong smelling but will still be great for those muscular aches?
Try this blend. A little softer than our more often suggested blend but still able to work wonders!
Juniper berry 15 drops
Rosemary– 10 drops
Lavender – 10 drops
Fractionated coconut oil – 2 oz
Blend the essential oils together then add to the Fractionated coconut oil . Blend well. Use for massage or body rub over the achy muscles.
A very simple and floral aphrodisiac blend to be used with no lights on!!
S'WOODS Blend or Sandalwood – 15 drops
Jasmine absolute – 8 drops
Rose absolute – 6 drops
Neroli – 4 drops
Camellia oil– 2 oz.
Blend essential oils together then add to Camellia oil. Let this blend for a few days before using if possible. Check for the strength of the scent – If too strong dilute with more Camellia oil.
Remember you don’t want an over powering scent when giving a romantic massage, but a light subtle fragrance to enhance the time together.
Bergamot – 2 drops
Lemon – 2 drops
Clary Sage -2 drops
Geranium – 1 drop
Basil – 1 drop
Coconut Emulsifier – 8-10 drops
Distilled Water – 8 ounces
In a Spray bottle - blend the essential oils with the Coconut Emulsifier and then add the distilled water and shake well. Spritz the air as often as desired. For best keeping place unused freshener spray in refrigerator. Make fresh after two weeks,
This is a nice gentle and refreshing room air spray to help cleanse the air.
Lemon – 16 drop
Lemongrass – 12 drops
Peppermint – 8 drops
Coconut Emulsifier – ¼ teaspoon
Linen spray or Distilled water – 8 ounces
Blend the essential oils together then add the Coconut Emulsifier . Once these have mixed well add to the Linen spray or the distilled water in a spray bottle . Shake well and lightly spritz the air in the room. Repeat as desired!
Ever discover an old wet swimsuit that had been forgotten or a towel from the beach that got tossed in with the beach toys.
Oh Yeah – You know what I’m talking about. It smells awful. Well, this blend it not for those articles of clothing – as you can just toss those in the laundry or if they are damaged due to the mildew – you’ll have to toss them away. But this blend is great at removing nasty smelling air from any place they might be lurking.
Litsea Cubeba – 60 drops
Orange – 60 drops
Grapefruit– 40 drops
Cinnamon leaf – 30 drops
Cassia – 10 drops
Blend these all together in an glass bottle. Next you have a few options on how you want to use this blend depending on where the Nasty Odor is emanating from.
If it is a large room that has a nasty odor – put several drops in your fan diffuser or in a melted tart in a tart warmer. . Let diffuser for at least 2 hours. Add more of the blend as needed.
If it is in a small area such as a closet place several drops on a Terra Cotta Discand place in the room.
One other method is to add equal portions of this blend to an Coconut Emulsifier and then add to distilled water as a room spray.
Rosemary– 80 drops (or 4 mL)
Eucalyptus radiata 40 drops (or 2mL)
Eucalyptus globulus – 40 drops (or 2mL)
Peppermint – 20 drops (or 1mL)
Cedarwood – 5 drops
Nutmeg– 5 drops
Thyme Linalol – 5 drops
Pine needle - 5 drops
Blend all in an glass bottle. Mix well then use in any diffuser or a personal nasal inhaler. This blend can also be mixed with a lotion or carrier oil and applied to the skin.
This will make about a 10 ml Bottle so you won't need to blend for several days.
This blend can also be mixed with a lotion, cream or carrier oil or blend and applied to the skin.
Mix no more than 36 drops per 2 ounces of carrier oil (Your choice of carrier oil – suggestions would be Fractionated coconut oil or jojoba.) The 36 drops in 2 ounces of carrier is about a 3% dilution.
If you will be using it on children between 5-12 years dilute it to about 20 drops per 2 ounces of carrier oil. Apply just a few drops of the carrier oil/essential oil mix to the chest.
You won’t need to use a ton – like you do of that sticky ointment!
Caution: Due to the Eucalyptus and Peppermint in this blend do not use as a massage oil on children or infants under 2 – especially on their chest.
Eucalyptus and Peppermint cooling vapors can cause young children to have a spasm occur that may block their airway.
Also if used in young child’s room – only diffuse a small amount – do not saturate the air. Remember more is not better when it comes to the use of essential oils.
Spearmint – 10 drops
Grapefruit– 8 drops
Lavender – 6 drops
Niaouli– 4 drops
Ginger – 2 drops
I love the smell of Spearmint and Grapefruitblended together but recently I wanted to try to make a blend that not only would help me be more alert but would also add a few more twists to the excitement.
So I tried this interesting combination. Give it a try and see what you think. It is great at deodorizing any room too!
Cinnamon leaf – 2 drops
Ginger – 2 drops
Nutmeg – 2 drops
Cassia – 2 drops
Clove bud -2 drops
Blend the above together and use in any diffuser. A Tealight warmer style diffusers is wonderful with this blend as it adds a little ambiance and warmth to the scent.
Add a drop or two of Orange to make it more festive.
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