Orange Spice Essential Oil Diffuser Blend
The warm, natural aromas of cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger and orange combine to make a sweet and spicy aromatic blend that is perfect for diffusing during Thanksgiving, Christmas and the entire winter/holiday season. The below directions are intended to create a diffuser blend, but it is also lovely to use with potpourri.
Add your oils to a 2 ml dark colored glass bottle and mix well by rolling the bottle in between your hands. If you would like to make a larger quantity, multiply the recipe above and add to a larger bottle.
To Use: Add the appropriate number of drops from your created blend to your diffuser by following the manufacturers instructions.
Important Safety Considerations
- It is always important to familiarize yourself with the safety considerations for each essential oil that you work with. You can click on the above essential oil links to begin learning about each of the essential oils included in this blend.
- Although some sources recommend or imply that it's ok to leave your diffuser running continuously, it's safest to diffuse for only a few minutes every hour or so.
- This blend is not intended for topical use. It is only intended for occasional use in diffusers or to impart natural aroma to potpourri.
General Safety Information
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