Three Scents to Bring In the Holiday Spirit, Naturally

essential oil recipes

Essential oil recipes: The familiar scents of the holidays trigger memories of yuletide joy. Using essential oils during the holidays can deliver a one-two punch. They make your home smell nice while also promoting a feeling of calm that makes your home a place of peace — despite the chaos and stress the season can bring.

Different scents can bring you back to your roots, to the places you’ve lived, and evoke memories of time spent with loved ones. These three essential oil recipes can create special new memories for you.

Easy Essential Oil  Recipe for Your Diffuser

Frankincense, Myrrh, and orange oil blend together wonderfully and remind us of familiar holiday smells — woodsy, warm, slightly spicy. Below are just a few of the benefits associated with using each of these oils.

  • Frankincense reduces stressful reactions and negative emotions, improves memory and enhances immunity.
  • Myrrh oil promotes relaxation and has immune boosting properties, as well as releases antioxidants into the air.
  • Orange oil has a sedative effect, so it promotes relaxation and calm. Orange has an uplifting effect so it is great for elevating moods.

Here is a diffuser blend that makes your home smell wonderful and gives you all of the benefits of the essential oils.

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three essential oil recipes

Holiday Spirit Essential Oil Blend


  • Author: Courtney Childers

Description

The oils used in this recipe are classic holiday oils that date all the way back to ancient times.


Ingredients

8 drops Frankincense oil

8 drops Myrrh oil

2 drops Orange oil


Instructions

Follow the instructions for your diffuser, adding all oils in the recipe.

Courtney Childers

Courtney Childers

Operations Manager, Courtney Childers-Lyons, manages Allways Healthy product and vendor selection standards.

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