Essential Oil Diffuser Recipes
Below are 17 aromatherapy diffuser recipes that can be used with your essential oil diffuser. Create any of the blends (most are in batches of 10 or 20 drops) by adding the proper amount of essential oils to a dark-colored glass bottle. Add the appropriate number of drops from your created blend to your diffuser following the manufacturer's instructions.
Be sure and familiarize yourself to the safety and contraindications of all essential oils you choose to use. Make the smallest possible blend first to make sure you like the blend before doubling or tripling the recipe.
Thicker essential oils and absolutes (vetiver, patchouli, oakmoss, sandalwood, benzoin) must be carefully used in nebulizing diffusers. Check the instructions that come with your diffuser for specific information.
These particular aromatherapy diffuser recipes were developed specifically for the olfactory pleasure that they provide (that means they simply smell great!). Though they may affect your mood, they weren't formulated with specific therapeutic benefit in mind. For blends that may assist with your emotional well-being, see the Emotional Well-Being Section of the Aromatherapy Recipe area.
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