"Fall In Love" Essential Oil Recipes

A Short Guide to Essential Oils


Essential Oils are concentrated plant extracts that retain the natural smell and flavor, or “essence” of their source.. Keep in mind, the way the oils are made is very important, as essential oils can be obtained naturally or through a chemical process. Make sure when purchasing oils, that the bottle says “100% Pure Essential Oil”. Commonly, oils for a diffuser come in “blends”. Same goes for these, make sure pure essential oils are being used in the blend. High quality oils will come in dark glass bottles, so stay away from anything plastic or clear colored glass.




Essential oils can be used topically when mixed with a safe carrier oil, but for the purpose of this post, we will be going over wintery blends you can use in your diffuser! Every diffuser is a little bit different, so make sure to read the instructions before attempting any of these blends. Also, always unplug your diffuser before leaving the home and never leave it unattended.


Enjoy these fall blends with those you treasure most during the time of year of thankfulness and gratitude.




Fall Essential Oil Blends


Pumpkin Pie Pudding

2 Drops Clove

2 Drops Nutmeg

3 Drops Cinnamon Clove

Warm Cider

3 Drops Orange

3 Drops Cinnamon Bark

2 Drops Clove

1 Drop Ginger


Orchard Picking Date

3 Drops Bergamot

2 Drops Orange

2 Drops Cedarwood


Lost In Your Eyes

2 Drops Cypress

2 Drops White Fir

2 Drops Sandalwood

Healthy & Happy

1 Drop Rosemary

1 Drop Clove

1 Drop Eucalyptus

1 Drop Cinnamon

1 Drop Orange


Thankful For You

5 Drops Christmas Spirit

3 Drops Cinnamon

1 Drop Nutmeg


Over-Sized Sweater Weather

4 Drops Frankincense

3 Drops Cedarwood

2 Drops Pine


Chai Tea Latte For Two

3 Drops Cinnamon Clove

2 Drops Clove

2 Drops Ginger

1 Drop Nutmeg

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