5 Essential Oil Diffuser Blends for Fall

5 Essential Oil Diffuser Blends for Fall

Many people diffuse essential oils simply because they smell good, but there’s more! Check out these 5 essential oil diffuser blends for fall.

5 Essential Oil Diffuser Blends for Fall

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Once you’ve joined the world of using essential oils, it’s time to add a diffuser to your stash. Not only do these make a great addition to your home (or work space), they also have some amazing benefits. 

With fall in the air, you can double up on your quality of life by diffusing some good smelling scents that also positively impact your health.

Essential Oil Diffuser Benefits You Should Know About

Many people diffuse essential oils simply because they smell good, but they also carry benefits that you should be aware of. Among the top of the list is the diffuser’s ability to promote good sleep. Yes, there are particular essential oils that assist in relaxing your mind, including: ylang ylang, lavender, and chamomile. Combine those oils with the calming sounds of trickling water and your mind will surely be at ease.

Diffusing particular oils also help ward off stress and anxiety. While oils such as roman chamomile and vetiver have anxiety reducing properties, using a diffuser helps put the particles in the air making it easier for you to breathe them in and reach the important parts of your body.

There are particular oils that help boost your immune system, and when diffused, it’s similar to cleansing the air in your environment and in your body. In the event you feel the slightest sniffle come about, diffuse immune-boosting oils like eucalyptus, tea tree, or frankincense.

You can find healing properties for various body systems in every essential oil. The key is to use best practices and slowly learn what oils work best for your situation. In the meantime, consider these fall diffuser blends.

5 Essential Oil Diffuser Blends for Fall

Yummy Spiced Cider

If you enjoy a good cinnamon donut and a cup of warm spiced cider, then you’ll want this blend to fill your home. Not to mention, diffusing this blend can help decrease anxiety, stimulate circulation, and eliminate toxins.

Combine: 4 drops of Wild or Sweet Orange, 3 drops Cinnamon, 3 drops Ginger

pumpkin spice

Pumpkin Pie

Even if this dessert isn’t one of your favorites, you can diffuse the oils to get the amazing smell and awesome benefits. The oils in this blend come together to fight off insects and aid in reducing stress, relieving respiratory conditions, and improving sleep.

Combine: 5 drops of Cinnamon, 1 drop Clove, 1 drop Nutmeg

In the Woods

Does the thought of strolling through the woods bring an immediate comfort to your mind? No worries if the woods or mountains aren’t nearby. Bring the woods to your home with this rustic blend that doubles as an aid for stress relief. 

Combine: 4 drops Cypress, 2 drops White Fir, 2 drops Sandalwood


Relaxing Fall Spice

Just as the title indicates, the combination of this blend is both relaxing and spicy. A total of 5 oils come together to fill your air with all things immune boosting and stress relieving.

Combine: 3 drops Wild or Sweet Orange + 2 drops Clove + 2 drops Ginger + 2 drops Cedarwood + 2 drops Frankincense

Boost Immunity

With the fall season also comes cooler weather. Typically in tow with cooler weather is a shift in the immune system to make preparations for crispier, drier air. Keep your immune system in check with this sweet and spice smelling blend.

1 drop Cinnamon, 1 drop Eucalyptus, 1 drop Rosemary, 1 drop Clove, 1 drop Wild Sweet Orange

Which Essential Oil Diffusers

My favorite is this diffuser from PlantTherapy. It is sleek and simple and gets the job done!

Also, keep in mind that diffusers vary in size, shape, and water volume. Therefore, when using the above suggest diffuser blend recipes, you may have to adjust the number of drops used. Don’t hesitate to tweak it until you find something you like and/or prefer.

Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The contents of this article, made available via The Mind Body Design (Holistic Fit LLC), are for informational purposes only and do not constitute medical advice. The Content presented here is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of a qualified healthcare provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. If you think you may be suffering from any medical condition, you should seek immediate medical attention. You should never delay seeking medical advice, disregard medical advice, or discontinue medical treatment because of information provided by The Mind Body Design (Holistic Fit LLC). Reliance on any information provided by this article is solely at your own risk. And, of course, never use an herb or essential oil without first reading the label, doing your research, or checking with a local expert.

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