Discover the Magic of Diffusing Essential Oils!

Discover the Magic of Diffusing Essential Oils!

Reap the rewards and many health benefits of pure therapeutic grade natural essential oil concoctions. When specific oils are used in a diffuser, a fine mist of water vapor is spread into the air so we can ingest a small amount of the plant’s healing essence into our respiratory systems, which passes into our bloodstreams, to work its healing magic around the body where needed.

Try some of these favoured single oils or oil blends for various benefits including; elevated mood, improved brain function, reduced infection, relaxed body and mind, assist sleep, relieve headaches, respiratory health, cleanse the air of bacteria and pathogens, plus many many more – for better overall health and wellbeing.

1. Lavender

Creates a calming atmosphere conducive to better sleep, has it has strong relaxation effects – great for insomnia.

2. Lemon

Lemon smells wonderfully cleansing and because of its anti-mircobial properties, it purifies and deodorizes the air and removes pathogens and helps kills of airborne mould spores.

3. Ylang-ylang

Ylang-ylang helps to balance male and female energies, restore balance in your life, boost energy levels and promote positivity.

4. Peppermint

Peppermint adds an amazingly cool, fresh scent to your home, great for when you’re feeling stuffy or have blocked respiratory areas from colds or allergies, can ease headaches, improve mental focus and fight depression. Diffusing during meal times  to assist digestion.

5. Lemongrass

Lemongrass has a fresh clean energising scent, so great to diffuse in the morning to perk you up. It also has natural insect repelling abilities.

6. Cassia

Cassia has notable antibacterial, antifungal and antiviral properties – great way to cleanse the air – so diffuse around anyone with sniffles and sneezes.

7. Cedarwood

Cedarwood has a rich, earthy scent and instills a calming effect – perfect to help relax before bedtime. It is rich in sesquiterpenes, compounds which can positively affect the emotion centers of the brain – with research showing that sesquiterpenes could be an effective treatment for Alzheimer’s disease.

8. Frankincense

Frankincense has anti-inflammatory properties very beneficial for overall wellbeing. Breathing in the diffused frankincense can help you to stay focused, assists meditation, lift your spirits, and ease migraines. This ‘king of oils’ has so many powerful benefits when used topically and internally for migraines, anti-aging, skin health, inflammation and immunity. Research how it has even been known to cure cancer cells!

9. Clary sage

Clary sage can assist with balancing hormones, PMS, insomnia, calmness and balance.

10. Cinnamon

Cinnamon has many health properties; with anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, anti-depressive, anti-parastic properties and creates invitingly earthy and comforting aroma.

11. Lemon, lime, wild orange, grapefruit, bergamot

A great combination to spring clean your home with.

12. Peppermint, cinnamon, rosemary

Only two drops of peppermint, two drops of cinnamon and one drop of rosemary in your diffuser can help you to attain better mental clarity and focus — great for study time.

13. Lemon, lime, peppermint, rosemary, eucalyptus, clove

Only one to two drops of each oil together is a great combination to clear blocked air passages and relieve congestion.

14. Wild orange, peppermint

Having wild orange and peppermint ready in your diffuser for when you wake up can help to increase alertness and alleviate grogginess – great for after a late night out.

15. Lemon, peppermint, lavender

Drop three drops of peppermint, three drops of lavender and three drops of lemon into your diffuser to help keep your airways clear and diminish your allergic response to many common allergens.

16. Wild orange, lemon, bergamot, grapefruit

Combine a drop of wild orange, lemon, bergamot and grapefruit to your diffuser, to bring some sunshine, good energy and life back into your home – great to diffuse when house has been closed up.

17. Lavender, Roman chamomile, wild orange

Diffuse three drops of lavender, three drops of Roman chamomile and two drops of wild orange before bedtime to help the children relax and get to sleep.

18. Ginger, lemon, melaleuca

Diffusing one drop of ginger, two drops of lemon and two drops of melaleuca (tea tree) to help kill off harmful airborne pathogens and flu germs and help you breathe easier.

19. Peppermint, rosemary, thyme, marjoram, lavender

Diffusing one drop each of peppermint, rosemary, thyme, marjoram and lavender has been scientifically proven to help calm a troubled mind and soothe stubborn headaches and migraines, when breathed in.

20. Citronella, lemongrass, peppermint

Four drops of citronella, two drops of lemongrass and two drops of peppermint can ward off insects, and may soothe insect bites you may already have.

21. Lavender, cedarwood, wild orange, ylang-ylang

This powerful calming concoction should elevate moods and calm the mind – great to de-stress and unwind after a long, hard day.

22. Bergamot, geranium, lavender

Diffuse three drops of bergamot, two drops of geranium, and two drops of lavender to elevate the mood of your place – perfect for when you’re expecting guests.

23. Cedarwood, lavender

Diffuse 2 drops of cedarwood and lavender to help you have a quality nights sleep instead of counting sheep – or try rubbing a little lavender and cedarwood on your feet along with a carrier oil.

24. Wild orange, cinnamon, ginger

For something deliciously spicy and homely, diffuse four drops of wild orange, three drops of cinnamon and three drops of ginger to bring some holiday cheer and comfort into your home.

25. Sandalwood, vanilla, jasmine

If you’re looking to spice things up a little in the bedroom or create a sensual mood, diffuse five drops of sandalwood, two drops of vanilla and one drop of jasmine essential oil.

(This list is compiled with the help of Alternative Daily Wellbeing)

These Oils, Diffusers and other essential oils products are easily available through my website: Please feel free to browse and shop and ask any questions 🙂 Thank you!

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