E-Scential Blends

The following prepared blends recipes are some of my favorites. If you would like to create them, I have included the ratio of essential oils that will go into the blend. For example, if you want to make 40 ml of the Antiseptic Air Spray Blend, you will mix 5 ml Eucalyptus, 10 ml each of Lavender and Tea Tree, and 15 ml of Lemon together. This is your base blend.
 

Antiseptic Air Spray

Essential oils: Eucalyptus (1), Lavender (2), Lemon (3), Tea Tree (2)
Suggested use: Add 8-10 drops to 3 cups of water. It can be used as an air spray or as a surface disinfectant.

Body Rub

Essential oils: Cedarwood (6), Clary Sage (3), Orange (6)
Suggested use: Add 30 drops to 2 Tablespoons of carrier oil. It can be used as a massage oil. Caution: it’s very relaxing!!!!

Common Cold (Adults)

Essential oils: Eucalyptus (2), Geranium (5), Peppermint (3), Rosemary (5)
Suggested use: Add 3-5 drops into a diffuser, use 4-5 drops in the bath water, or put 2-3 drops on a tissue and carry it with you, or, add 8-10 drops onto a carrier oil and massage the lung area, neck and around the bridge of the nose and eyebrow area. Be careful not to touch your eyes with the oil.

Common Cold (Children)

Essential oils: Eucalyptus (1), Lavender (1), Tea Tree (1)
Suggested use: Add 3-5 drops into a diffuser, use 2-3 drops in the bath water, or put 2-3 drops onto a piece of cotton and tuck it into the pillowcase.

Skin Blemishes

Essential oils: Lavender (1), Lemon (1), Tea Tree (1)
Suggested use: Using a cotton swab, dab a couple of drops onto the blemish.

Note: My kids have used this blend for years after washing their face. They add 2-3 drops to their wet hands and rub their hands together. Then they gently rub their face with their wet hands and allow their face to dry without the use of a towel. This is my most requested blend by my family!!!
 
Energy Spritzer

Essential oils: Lavender (1), Lemon (4), Orange (3), Rosemary (2)
Suggested use: Add 10 drops to 3 cups of water. It can be used as an air spray for an energy spritz.

Focus your Thoughts

Essential oils: Cedarwood (2), Eucalyptus (1), Lavender (4), Orange (2), Rosemary (2)
Suggested use: Add 15 drops to 16 ounces of water. It can be used as an air spray in the room where you are working or studying. Use it often to refresh the room!

Muscle Strain

Essential oils: Eucalyptus (1), Peppermint (1), Rosemary (1)
Suggested use: Add 30 drops to 2 Tablespoons of carrier oil. It can be used as a massage oil.

Stress Relief

Essential oils: Chamomile (2), Geranium (1), Lavender (2), Lemon (1)
Suggested use: Add 8-10 drops into bath water or sauna. Add 30 drops to 2 Tablespoons of carrier oil. It can be used as a massage oil.or Apply a couple of drops to the temples, wrists, back of the neck, behind the ears, or across the forehead.

Sweet Dreams

Essential oils: Chamomile (3), Lavender (4), Orange (3)
Suggested use: Add 10 drops to 5 ounces of water. Use as a spray in the bedroom before bedtime.

Tummy Rub

Essential oils: Eucalyptus (1), Peppermint (1), Rosemary (2)
Suggested use: Add 5 drops to 2 Tablespoons of carrier oil. It can be used as a massage oil to rub the tummy in a clockwise direction around the belly button.