Essential Oil Blends for Every Season

Essential Oil Blends for Every Season

Essential oils can create wonderful moods in your home, office, car, etc. and there is a mood for everything. So, in this blog we will be giving you some fun essential oil blends to diffuse in your space for every season. We’ll give you a couple of recipes for each season so that you can find the one you love the most for every time of the year!

Spring essential oil ideas

Fresh air, new flowers, cold mornings, dew drops, cool breeze. All these things come to mind when spring is mentioned; and that is the vibe we want you to have in your home as well. Fresh scents will help your mind get out of winter and back into a fresher, brighter time of year. For these blends we want you to feel invigorated, awake, calm, and rejuvenated.

  • “Citrus Meadow” Blend
    • 3 drops of geranium oil
    • 13 drops of grapefruit oil
    • 2 drops of lemon or lime oil
    • 2 drops of spearmint oil
  • “Floral Sunshine” Blend
    • 2 drop of jasmine oil
    • 2 drops of neroli oil
    • 14 drops of ylang ylang
  • “Easter Egg Candy” Blend
    • 3 drops of lemon oil
    • 5 drops of tangerine oil
    • 10 drops of vanilla oil
 

Summer blends

Outdoors, camping, sunny days, cool water, ice cream, holiday trips, picnics. Summer brings many fun things to mind; and there is an essential oil blend for every summer occasion and activity! We want you to feel ready to go, cooled off, and refreshed with these essential oil blends this summer!

  • “Citrus Flora” Blend
    • 1 drop of sage oil
    • 4 drops of citronella oil
    • 4 drop of lemon oil
    • 10 drops of geranium oil
  • “Restful Summer” Blend
    • 1 drop of patchouli oil
    • 3 drops of lavender
    • 3 drops of rosemary oil
    • 8 drops of tangerine
     
  • “Lush Sunrise” Blend
    • 2 drops of rose oil
    • 2 drops of lemongrass oil
    • 4 drops of jasmine oil
    • 4 drops of chamomile oil
  • “Windy Road Trip” Blend

 Autumn Essential Oil

Autumn Essential Oil Blends:

Gold, falling leaves, chilly wind, warm tea, pumpkins, sleepy days, sweaters. Autumn brings cozy feelings to mind, and we want you to feel just that! We want those sleepy days you spend inside to be spent in a little haven of coziness. These blends will create the perfect autumn ambiance to your space.

  • “Falling Leaves” Blend
    • 2 drops of orange oil
    • 2 drops of cedar wood oil
    • 2 drops of ginger oil
    • 3 drops of frankincense oil
     
  • “Autumn Bakery” Blend
    • 2 drops of vanilla
    • 3 drops of cinnamon oil
    • 3 drops of nutmeg oil
    • 12 drops of orange oil
  • “Cuddles in the Forrest” Blend
    • 2 drops of ylang ylang oil
    • 2 drops of juniper oil
    • 3 drops of pine oil
    • 3 drops of cedar wood oil
    • 4 drops of bergamot oil
  • “Trick or Treat” Blend
    • 1 drop of cardamom oil
    • 2 drops of clove oil
    • 2 drops of ginger oil
    • 4 drops of orange oil

Winter Blends

Snowflakes, fireplaces, indoor cuddles, ice skating, hot cocoa, Christmas presents. Winter has a unique feeling to it, and we want to capture the essence of winter coziness in these blends. We want to warm you up, wrap you in yummy smells, and keep you going through this snowy season.

  • “Indoor Heaven” Blend
    • 1 drop of spearmint oil
    • 2 drops of fir oil
    • 4 drops of frankincense oil
    • 5 drops of cedar wood oil
  • “Cabin Dreams” Blend
    • 1 drop of ylang ylang oil
    • 1 drop of vetiver oil
    • 2 drops of petit grain oil
    • 2 drops of cedar wood oil
    • 4 drops of lavender oil
  • “Snowed In” Blend/li>
    • 2 drops of cypress oil
    • 2 drops of white fir oil
    • 2 drops of wintergreen oil
  • “Christmas Morning” Blend
    • 2 drops of cinnamon oil
    • 2 drops of frankincense oil
    • 3 drops of lavender oil
    • 4 drops of orange oil
    • 4 drops of cedar wood oil
    • 5 drops of vanilla oil
     

Now you have many different essential oil blend recipes for every occasion and every season! We hope you enjoy them and find the blends that you love the most! Please contact us and let us know which one was your favorite, or let us in on your favorite go-to essential oil blend. Thank you for your preference!

  • Jun 30, 2018
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