Roman Chamomile Relaxing & Calming Essential Oil Blend Recipes For Diffuser

Apr 24, 2024

With this guide from Loving Essential Oils, you can prepare for spring and the summer months with 10 relaxing, soothing essential oil blends!

Whether you're a seasoned aromatherapy pro or you're looking to dabble in essential oils for the first time, Loving Essential Oils offers a detailed breakdown – with top tips for spring, and several recipes for easy-to-use blends.

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Home aromatherapy wellness tips

While the guide is intended for those with a diffuser, author Jennifer Lane notes that it's possible to create DIY room sprays and offers links to additional resources to help you enjoy a soothing wellness routine before the real heat of summer arrives.

Precedence Research states that the global aromatherapy market size exceeded $2.21 billion in 2023 and is estimated to attain around $5.7 billion by 2032. Aromatherapy has been recognized for its ability to promote physical and emotional well-being for years, and by using a diffuser, you can easily enjoy essential oils in your own home. Loving Essential Oils provides a curated selection of spring-inspired blends.

Easy wellness recipes

One of the featured blends includes Roman chamomile - a gentle essential oil that has been shown to act as a mild sedative, helping to calm the mind and body. It has also demonstrated effectiveness in soothing irritated skin, making it a versatile addition to any aromatherapy routine.

The guide also highlights the serene and calming effects of geranium essential oil, which can promote patience and serenity. Meanwhile, lavender can help you find solace and reduce feelings of fear or anxiety.

In contrast, lemon - a commonly appreciated, vibrant citrus scent - has uplifting and energizing properties that can alleviate feelings of sluggishness, providing a refreshing boost to the senses.

Let your springtime stress melt away

Additional spring diffuser blends covered in the guide include tangerine, grapefruit, cedar wood, tea tree, and more. Jennifer covers each blend to offer a beginner-friendly introduction to aromatherapy at home, with recipes that can enhance mood, promote relaxation, or invigorate the mind and body.

She states: "Essential oils can be a great way to help you get through the spring season. From balancing your energy to boosting your mood, there are a variety of oils that can lend a hand."

If you're looking to try your hand at aromatherapy in the home, this guide is a great starting point.

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