This Apple Cider Diffuser Recipe welcomes fall and winter with the invigorating scents of orange,…
Welcome to day two of this fall diffuser recipe series. Today’s recipe is a crisp smelling blend of essential oils including Frankincense, Patchouli, and Cedarwood. A fun fact about Frankincense essential oil is that its nickname is the “study buddy” oil and has been used for centuries during prayer and meditation. I love diffusing Frankincense and Peppermint essential oils together to sharpen my mental state just before going into an important meeting or giving a presentation to a large group.
Oils you will need for Autumn Breeze Diffuser Blend
Frankincense essential oil has a broad range of uses, from enhancing spiritual and meditative practice to use in beauty routines. Frankincense has an earthy, uplifting aroma that’s perfect for grounding and spiritual connectedness. Create a safe and comforting environment by diffusing this oil’s empowering aroma, particularly when you are seeking purpose or engaged in prayer or meditation. – source
Patchouli oil is carefully extracted through steam distillation of a low, bushy shrub native to tropical regions in Southeast Asia. Although the plant is part of the mint family, Patchouli essential oil has a powerful, musky scent, and because of its complex aroma, Patchouli uses often include perfumes, soaps, incense, and essential oil blends.
With a rich history and unique aromatic profile, Patchouli is perfect for the free spirit. Use its calming, relaxing aroma during meditation or yoga practice or apply topically to improve the appearance of skin. – source
Cedarwood essential oil’s woodsy, warm, balsamic aroma creates a relaxing, calming, and comforting atmosphere when diffused to help support a relaxing nighttime routine. The cleansing and moisturizing properties associated with Cedarwood also make it a great addition to your favorite skincare products. When applied topically, it can help maintain the appearance of healthy, youthful skin. You can also massage Cedarwood oil into your scalp to enhance the appearance of healthy-looking hair. – source
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Did you know that you can use Vitality essential oils in the food you prepare for your family? Here are a few family and holiday favorites using Young Living Vitality essential oils.
Lime Vitality Sour Cream Chicken Tacos
Sweet Potato Casserole
Lemon Butter Green Beans
Coming up on Day 3 of this series: Autumn Rainfall Diffuser Recipe
The Autumn Rainfall Diffuser Recipe includes lavender, bergamot, cedarwood and clary sage essential oils. This diffuser recipe offers a very clean scent with citrus tones coming from the bergamot and cedarwood while lavender and clary sage offer a calming scent. Lavender is on my top five essential oils list and is used often from the time our wake-up alarm sounds to bedtime. 5 drops of lavender essential oil + a cup of non-scented Epsom salt in a warm bath can be enjoyed during the week or weekend.