Christmas Diffuser Recipe

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You didn’t think I’d pass up a chance to do a Christmas diffuser recipe, did you?

This recipe is perfect for getting into the Christmas spirit.

Only a Scrooge would not like this recipe. Seriously.

So if you haven’t yet decorated your Christmas tree, make sure you diffuse this while you are decking the halls.

Then add some holiday tunes. And you’re set.

Here’s the blend:

4 drops of peppermint essential oil

2 drops of frankincense essential oil

2 drops of Christmas Spirit essential oil

2 drops of Idaho Balsam Fir essential oil

 

If you’re a oil newbie, be sure to check out the Premium Starter Kit, which contains peppermint and frankincense (and 9 other oils AND a diffuser, and entitles you to a major discount on future orders!!)

Idaho Balsam Fir, Christmas Spirit, and all of the oils can be found in the product catalog.

And, if you’re doing some online shopping, check out the holiday specials.

Let me know what you think of the recipe. And as always, shoot me a message if you have any questions.

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.

Fall Diffuser Recipes – Part 3

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*** 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….

 

 

Can you believe we are already on week three of this series??

Time is flying, and now that many of you are starting to feel the effects of fall outside, here’s a great way to enjoy fall inside as well.

Here’s this week’s recipe:

 

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3 drops Cypress oil

3 drops Raven oil

2 drops Frankincense oil (Frankincense is part of the Premium Starter Kit!)

 

Remember, you can always change the recipe according to your preference. For instance, if you like a stronger woodsy scent, add a drop or two of Cypress. If you prefer a somewhat “sweeter” fragrance, add some more drops of Raven.

It’s all up to you. But keep in mind, Young Living essential oils make a little go a long way. You don’t need to use a whole lot to get the scent that you like.

If you missed the past two fall diffuser recipes, you can find them here:

Week 1

Week 2

 

And be sure to check out Young Living’s brand new holiday catalog too!

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.

Fall Diffuser Recipes – Part 1

Fall

*** 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.

October.

How is this even possible??

I feel like I just finished the Summer Diffuser Recipesand 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.

Don’t hate.

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.

 

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3 drops Cinnamon bark oil

3 drops Frankincense oil

3 drops Nutmeg oil

 

That’s it.

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.

 

Enjoy!

 

 

 

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.

Spring Diffuser Recipes – Part 3

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Hi there.

Have you been enjoying your springtime diffuser recipes? Here’s week 1  and week 2  if you missed them.

This week’s recipe has been my favorite so far. It had a nice, sweet fragrance, and it wasn’t overpowering. And I felt very relaxed as it was diffusing.

Here it is:

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4 drops Geranium essential oil

2 drops Frankincense  essential oil

2 drops Lemon  essential oil

Both Frankincense  and lemon  oils are included in the Premium Starter Kit , so if you’re new to oiling, that’s a great way to get started. Plus the kit comes with a diffuser!!

I hope you enjoy the latest recipe!

See you next week for the final post in the spring diffuser recipe series!

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.

Frankincense Essential Oil

Frankincense. If you’re like most people, when you hear the word frankincense, you think of Christmas.

Right? Because we know frankincense to be one of the gifts given to Jesus a year or two after his birth. There was special significance in each of the gifts given to Jesus.

First, let’s look at where frankincense comes from.

Frankincense was the resin from a tree. It was obtained by cutting the bark of the tree and letting the resin harden. It was then ground into a powder. Though it tasted bitter, it was known for how freely it burned, leaving nothing behind.” (www.whispersofthespirit.com)

The gift represented Christ’s holiness and purity. It was a very expensive gift, one often given to kings or high priests. Frankincense is mentioned throughout the Bible, always as a reference to holiness and purity.

Common Uses for Frankincense Essential Oil Today

Maintaining Skin Health

Mood Enhancer for Mild Mood Changes

Promotes Proper Joint Function

Supports Proper Circulatory Function

Stress Relief

Spiritual Strength

Wrinkles

My Experience with Frankincense Essential Oil

I also use Frankincense essential oil to maintain proper joint function. Now, I am still fairly young (ahem), however, I do experience the minor aches and pains associated with daily life from time to time. Especially in my arms. When I was younger, I used to write – a LOT – and now, well now I just TYPE a lot.  So occasionally I will use Frankincense to alleviate those minor aches.

If you think you’d like to try Young Living’s Frankincense essential oil, go here or shoot me a message and I will get back to you! And don’t forget – Frankincense is part of the Premium Starter Kit!!

 

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.