I’ve finally written down some of my favorite essential oil diffuser blends for fall and winter packed with fir, spice, and citrus oils to make your home feel cozy and warm. The minute the air turns crisp, you can catch me filling my diffuser with all the fall and winter scents; fir, cinnamon, vanilla. I can’t get enough of the cozy, spicy oils. I’ve come up with so many concoctions over the years that I had a hard time keeping them all straight in my head, so I started writing them down and wanted to share them with you here.
Not All Essential Oils Are Created Equal
Have you ever been browsing the aisles at TJMaxx when you come across a pack of “100% Pure” essential oils for less than ten bucks? I’m all for a good deal, but if it sounds too good to be true, chances are that’s because it is. If you read the fine print on these bottles you will see that they aren’t recommended for use around pets, they shouldn’t come in contact with your skin, and they definitely shouldn’t be ingested.
My thoughts are, if you’re using essential oils to scent your home, then you already know just how toxic traditional air fresheners and wall plug-ins are, and are probably trying to avoid them. Buying cheap, synthetic, artificially fragranced oils kind of defeats the purpose. Also, when you buy high-quality essential oils, you are able to use them not only to scent your home, but also in your home apothecary for natural medicines and recipes.
This blend of Juniper Berry, Cedarwood, Douglas Fir, and Patchouli makes you think of a crisp, foggy walk in the mountains on a spongy moss and leaf-covered path.
You’ll think you’ve stepped into Grandma’s kitchen on baking day when you add this blend of Ginger, Cinnamon, Lemon, and Madagascar Vanilla to your diffuser!
Imagine crisp air, a crackling fire, and the smell of smoke, and wood filling your senses with this blend of Frankincense, Cedarwood, Sandalwood, and Patchouli.
This recipe is perfect to begin diffusing around Thanksgiving, and continue all the way to Christmas. With a blend like Wild Orange, Clove, Cinnamon, and Rosemary, you’re sure to have everyone feeling cozy in your home for the holidays.
Foggy Mountain Morning
Foggy mornings just carry a certain magic. Watching the world come alive in glimpses and spells. The play of light through the trees and accross the mountains. This blend of Cassia, Sandalwood, and Vanilla capture a bit of the morning magic.
Vetiver, Bergamot, Cedarwood, and Black Spruce blend together perfectly to carry your senses into dark, moonlit winter nights.
Learn More About Essential Oils
When I first became interested in essential oils, I was completely overwhelmed. There are so many different options, usage tips, and opinions floating around on the lovely internet now. It was important to me to connect with experts to ensure that I was using them properly. When I found the right resources, I felt so much more confident.
If you’re feeling the overwhelm too, feel free to reach out to me here:
Also, be sure to check out my Essential Oil Masterclass
In this private class I cover:
- the three different ways to use essential oils
- how to source high-quality oils and why this is so important
- safety tips
- practical uses
- how to save tons of money on your natural medicine cabinet
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