Essential Oils for Autumn
Essential oils for Autumn

It's that glorious time of year where we indulge a little extra with the changing of the seasons - oversized sweaters, cozy scarves, pumpkin spice everything and the beautiful fall leaves. It's a season of transition and change. It's a time of cosmic equilibrium between summer and winter when days and nights are the same length. Put lightly, we freakin' LOVE fall! So, take advantage of this beautiful time to use the aromas and benefits of essential oils for autumn to find balance in your own life, but also just enjoy the sweet aromas and feels this season brings!

Set your senses for the fall season with these Autumn inspired diffusion recipes featuring some of our warm and cozy essential oils.

Chai Latte—5 drops cardamom, 3 drops clove, 1 drop ginger, and 3 drops cinnamon⠀

Spiced Citrus—5 drops tangerine, 3 drops cinnamon, and 1 drop clove⠀

Mulled Cider—5 drops sweet orange, 3 drops cinnamon, and 1 drop ginger

To make a simple DIY bath oil, combine 2 fluid ounces grapeseed oil with 24 drops fresh ginger essential oil. Add to warm bath water and swish to disperse.

To make a fall diffusion blend, combine 6 drops bergamot, 6 drops Roman chamomile and 6 drops juniper berry essential oil, then diffuse by following the directions included with your favorite diffuser.

To make a simple DIY massage oil, combine 2 fluid ounces sweet almond oil with 24 drops black pepper essential oil.

To make a simple fall spice bowl potpourri, toss together 1 cup of whole mixed spices like cloves, allspice berries, bay leaf, cinnamon sticks and nutmegs. Then sprinkle 18 drops of cassia bark essential oil over top and refresh with additional essential oils whenever needed.

To make a simple balancing roll-on perfume, combine 2 teaspoons jojoba oil with 6 drops Atlas cedarwood essential oil in a roll-on bottle and roll onto pulse points.

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October 8, 2018 - 9:58am

These all sound warm and cozy!

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