Fall Diffuser Recipes – Part 1
*** disclaimer: due to the new guidelines of a…certain government regulating body, some of these oils are not designated for aromatic usage. While *select* oils may contain an aromatic benefit in supporting well-being (as labeled on the bottle in compliance to the guidelines), these diffuser recipes are for purposes of fragrance only. I am in no way suggesting that these recipes contain any health benefit whatsoever. All essential oils should be used strictly as instructed on the bottle label.
Whew….now that that’s out of the way….
We’re in October, people.
How is this even possible??
I feel like I just finished the Summer Diffuser Recipes, and I blinked, and now there are Christmas trees in JC Penney.
Of course, here in Florida, the changing of seasons is way more subtle.
Sure, the sun goes down earlier than it used to, but it’s still 87 degrees when it does.
I’m not rubbing it in to you northern folk. Seriously. I’ll save that deliciousness for the snowy months.
So, on to the first fall diffuser recipe of 2015.
Because of the lengthy and obnoxious disclaimer above, I’m going to keep it real
oily simple for you.
3 drops Cinnamon bark oil
3 drops Frankincense oil
3 drops Nutmeg oil
Simple. Easy. And it smells fabulous. Or fall-ulous.
Either way, I know you’re gonna love it.
You can find all the oils here. And Frankincense is part of the Premium Starter Kit, which gives you the best savings.
Disclaimer: The information on this website is based upon my research and personal use of Young Living Essential Oils. I am not a doctor. Products and techniques mentioned are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. If pregnant or under a doctor’s care, consult your physician.