Three Simple Holiday Aromatherapy Diffuser Blends

Posted on: December 7th, 2015 by
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Aromatherapy Scents for the Holidays: Photo Credit, Fotolia

Aromatherapy Scents for the Holidays: Photo Credit, Fotolia

Aromatherapy diffuser blends are great to use during the Holidays to emit both a seasonal ambiance and to combat any seasonal germs. In addition, given the right aromatherapy diffuser blend, you can either encourage a social atmosphere or ignite some romance! Here are three simple Holiday aromatherapy diffuser recipes to prepare for yourself or the next family gathering.

Note: Please consult your aromatherapy diffuser manufacturer’s guidelines for use before using any of the following aromatherapy blends. Each diffuser has specific instructions for use.

In addition, if you plan to diffuser an aromatherapy blend in a public space, or where others are present, check to make sure that no one is pregnant, there are no babies and young children in the vicinity, there are no people aged 65 or over, or there is someone with a contra-indicated medical condition for essential oil use. These groups of people may have specific needs in relation to essential oil use. If in doubt, consult a certified aromatherapist.

The following aromatherapy blends are intended for specific use with an aromatherapy diffuser; do not apply to the skin or use in any other way.

Social Spark Aromatherapy Diffuser Blend

If you are planning a family gathering or a Holiday party for friends, you might want to try this particular aromatherapy diffuser blend to encourage social interaction,some party fun – and perhaps even a little bit of romance!

You will need:

  • 3 ml empty glass bottle with an orifice reducer

  • 20 drops lemon (Citrus x limon) essential oil

  • 10 drops melissa (Melissa officinalis) essential oil

  • 15 drops jasmine (Jasminum officinale) essential oil

  • 25 drops sweet orange (Citrus sinensis) essential oil

  • 20 drops cedarwood (Cedrus atlantica) essential oil.

Add each essential oil to the empty glass bottle; attach the orifice reducer. Shake the bottle before use. Add to the aromatherapy diffuser as per manufacturer’s guidelines.

Seasonal Ambiance Aromatherapy Diffuser Blend

The Holidays evoke scents of spice, citrus, resins, and earth. Combine the following essential oils for a Holiday aroma.

You will need:

  • 3 ml empty glass bottle with an orifice reducer

  • 15 drops frankincense (Boswellia carteri) essential oil

  • 20 drops sweet orange(Citrus sinensis) essential oil

  • 15 drops clove (Syzygium aromaticum) essential oil

  • 20 drops cinnamon leaf (Cinnamom zeylanicum) essential oil

  • 20 drops vetiver (Vetiveria zizaniodes) essential oil.

Add each essential oil to the empty glass bottle; attach the orifice reducer. Shake the bottle before use. Add to the aromatherapy diffuser as per manufacturer’s guidelines.

Seasonal Snuffles Aromatherapy Diffuser Blend

With Holiday gatherings, seasonal shopping, and cold weather, germs are often present in higher amounts during the season – resulting in colds, coughs, and sniffles when you least want them. Diffuse the following aromatherapy blend to try to reduce the effects of these unwanted party poopers!

You will need:

  • 3 ml empty glass bottle with orifice reducer

  • 20 drops black spruce (Picea mariana) essential oil

  • 20 drops laurel (Laurus nobilis) essential oil

  • 15 drops juniper (Juniperus communis) essential oil

  • 15 drops ginger (Zingiber officinale) essential oil

  • 20 drops lemon (Citrus x limon) essential oil.

Add each essential oil to the empty glass bottle; attach the orifice reducer. Shake the bottle before use. Add to the aromatherapy diffuser as per manufacturer’s guidelines.

Learn More About Essential Oils with Sedona Aromatherapie

If you would like to learn more about making aromatherapy diffuser blends, consider the Sedona Aromatherapie Certification in Professional Aromatherapy Course!

References:

  • Author is a UK-certified aromatherapist, published author and editor in aromatherapy, an approved education provider for the National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy (NAHA), an aromatherapy business owner, and Chief Editor for the NAHA Aromatherapy Journal.

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