Boost Your Immune System This Winter With DIY Essential Oil Blends & Recipes!

Feb 13, 2024

Want to warm up your home with aromatherapy? Loving Essential Oils offers a guide to DIY essential blends and recipes for the cold season, with helpful advice on how to use diffusers to support your family’s respiratory health.

Spring may be around the corner, but it's still awfully chilly in the Northern hemisphere. To stay hearty and healthy, check out some of the gorgeous winter essential oil diffuser blends you can make at home with guidance from Loving Essential Oils!

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For your convenience, the guide comes with a printable list of useful recipes for winter, including cardamom, cypress, clove, ginger, myrrh, nutmeg, fir, pine, and peppermint.

As cold and flu season peaks, you can stay up to date about the aromatherapeutic health properties of spearmint, sweet orange, juniper berry, spruce, and bergamot oils.

Stay Healthy

Research from the University of British Columbia shows that many essential oils have antimicrobial and antiviral properties, making them an effective alternative way to stave off common winter illnesses, such as colds and the flu. With a number of DIY blend ideas for aromatherapy diffusers in your home, the Loving Essential Oils guide presents opportunities for you to stay healthy during the winter season.

“Our winter essential oil blends have been chosen to enhance your winter wellness and ease seasonal stress,” explains a spokesperson. “You can use these oils for winter in your homemade blends, especially in aromatherapy diffusers and roll-on bottles.”

Recreate Holiday Coziness

The guide’s “Freshly Fallen Snow” blend uses white fir, cardamom, and clove to evoke the scent of a winter landscape, while “Gumdrop” recreates the comforting scent of holiday baked goods, blending cinnamon bark with peppermint, lavender, and cardamom.

“Winter Tea” will help create an atmosphere of cozy warmth even on the coldest winter’s day, with a spicy mix of cinnamon, sweet orange, cardamom, and clove bud.

If you love the clean scent of a winter’s pine forest, you're likely to enjoy “Walk In The Woods” - a blend of fir, cypress, juniper berry, and vetiver - or “Winter Forest,” with orange, frankincense, and peppermint.

Get Expert Advice

The guide from Loving Essential Oils includes a free printable list of winter aromatherapy blends for diffusers, which you can download with no charge and share on social media. You'll also find advice on choosing pre-made essential oil blends, scented cards and pinecones, alongside useful safety tips for using essential oils in diffusers.

Keep cozy this winter with guidance from Loving Essential Oils!

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