Fall Spice Blend

Posted by on 10/5/2016 to DIY Ideas with Essential Oils

Essential Oil Fall Diffuser Blend

2 parts Orange Essential Oil 

2 parts Cinnamon Essential oil

1 parts Clove Essential Oil

Mix all together and diffuse in your favorite diffuser. 

Aroma-Ace essential oil diffuser comes with a five year warranty and is manufactured in the USA. Change essential oils in seconds with the innovative quick change system. Simply twist a new bottle of essential oil into the atomizer at any time without mixing or spilling. Advanced, built-in, easy-to-use timers provide exceptional operational control and convenience. State-of-the-art Cold Diffusion technology preserves the natural essence and complete therapeutic benefits of essential oils by effectively transforming them into a micro fine vapor without the use of heat or water. These micro particles permeate the air and remain suspended for hours, fully intact, with all of their NATURAL defenses against airborne viruses, bacteria, mold, pests, and odors. Other common uses are for respiratory therapy, mood enhancement, relaxation, well being, air purification and more.

Orange Essential Oil is obtained from the peels of orange by cold compression. The botanical name for orange essential oil is, Citrus Sinensis.  It alleviates anxiety, anger, and depression. The very smell of orange essential oil reminds you of happy moments and brings pleasant thoughts to mind. That is why this oil is so frequently used in aromatherapy. It creates a happy, relaxed feeling and works as a mood lifter, perfect for people who suffer from depression or chronic anxiety. 

Cinnamon Essential Oil There are two primary types of cinnamon oils: cinnamon bark oil and cinnamon leaf oil. While they have some similarities, they’re different products with somewhat separate uses. Cinnamon bark oil is extracted from the outer bark of the cinnamon tree. It’s considered very potent and has a strong, “perfume-like” smell, almost like taking an intense whiff of ground cinnamon.

Clove Essential Oil is indigenous to Madagascar and Indonesia, cloves (Eugenia caryophyllata) can be found in nature as the unopened pink flower buds of the evergreen tree. The clove buds are dried until they turn brown and, after grinding them, the powder is used in cooking or converted into an essential oil. Some of the health benefits of clove oil include: eliminates acne, kills parasites, reduces gum disease, improves blood circulation, natural anti-inflammatory, kills mold and fungus, and boosts energy.

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