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Fir & Spruce Diffuser Blend

Fir & Spruce Diffuser Blend

We recently took a road trip (practicing social distancing and wearing masks) and drove through the mountains in northern Idaho on the way home. The smell was absolutely intoxicating. It was a warm evening, the windows were down, and it was as if you were putting your nose right into a conifer. It was enjoyed by all of us, including our two kids, who couldn't stop saying how wonderful it smelled. Of course, I had the thought that I wanted to bottle up that amazing aroma. While that's not entirely possible, this recipe comes pretty close! I hope you'll try it and find a little relaxation the next time you turn your diffuser on.

2 drops black spruce (Pinea mariana)
2 drops pine scots (Pinus sylvestris)
1 drop balsam fir (Abies balsamea)

Conifer oils are definitely some of my favorites. Pineaceae (pine family) essential oils are woody and earthy. They are cleansing and expansive oils that are great to utilize in times of mental or emotional fatigue (like during a quarantine!). While I suggest you get yourself into a forest to breathe in some fresh air, this blend is a nice substitute when that's not an option. Enjoy!

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Essential Oil Diffuser Blends for Stress Support

Essential Oil Diffuser Blends for Stress Support

One of the easiest ways to enjoy the benefits of essential oils is through diffusion. We all know that the aroma(s) in our environment can negatively or positively impact our state of mind, and these essential oil blends are designed to have you feeling relaxed in no time!  

Our sense of smell is very closely linked to the limbic system of the brain with its primary functions helping in the regulation of emotions, memories, learning, and motivation. This is why a diffuser is a quick and simple way to to practice some self care when dealing with the negative effects of stress (even better if you can combine it with a relaxing bath or massage!).

Recipes (Considered safe to use around kids)

3 drops lavender essential oil
3 drops sweet orange essential oil
1 drop Roman chamomile essential oil

2 drops of grapefruit essential oil
2 drops mandarin essential oil
2 drops lime essential oil

3 drops sweet orange essential oil
3 drops mandarin essential oil
2 drops sweet marjoram essential oil

3 drops mandarin essential oil
2 drops frankincense essential oil
1 drop neroli essential oil

4 drops lavender essential oil
2 drops clary sage essential oil
1 drop geranium essential oil

Recipes (NOT recommended for use around children)

4 drops mandarin essential oil
1 drop ylang ylang essential oil
1 drop jasmine essential oil


If you don't yet own an electric diffuser, here are a few of my favorites.

Stadler Form Jasmine Essential Oil Diffuser
Glass Nebulizing Diffuser by Organic Aromas 
ZAQ Dew Essential Oil Diffuser

I'd love to hear how these have worked for you, or please feel free to share your favorite de-stress blends in the comments below!

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