Winter Diffuser Blends

Winter often comes with those weather extremes that make us want to, and sometimes have to, stay indoors, comfy and warm. Diffusing essential oils when you're stuck inside is a great way to create a specific atmosphere in your home and still enjoy some of your favorite cold weather aromas. Whether you need some support during the midst of cold and flu season, need to be uplifted from the winter blues, or just want to invoke the feeling of your favorite snowy activities, these Winter Diffuser Blends can help you do just that. 

 

Frosty Morning

3 drops Bergamot 

3 drops Fir Needle

3 drops Clary Sage

 

Flu Fighter

2 drop Rosemary

2 drop Clove Bud

2 drop Eucalyptus

2 drop Sweet Orange 

 

Breathe Clear

3 drops Eucalyptus

2 drops Lemongrass

2 drops Cinnamon Bark

 

Winter Worry

3 drop Frankincense 

3 drops Sweet Orange 

2 drop Sandalwood 

 

Candy Cane Forest

4 drops Peppermint 

3 Drop Spearmint 

2 drops Cinnamon Cassia

 

 

Fireside

3 drops Cedarwood

2 drops Frankincense

2 drops Cinnamon Cassia

2 drops Sweet Orange

 

Winter Woods

3 drops Fir Needle

2 drop Vetiver

2 drops Cedarwood

2 drops Wintergreen

 

Happy Solstice

3 drops Pine

3 drops Frankincense

2 drops Sweet Orange

1 drop Clove Bud

 

Snowy Breeze

4 drops Eucalyptus

3 drops Peppermint

3 drops Rosemary

 

Gray Day Uplift

3 drops Bergamot

3 drops Litsea

2 drops Grapefruit


Diffusing safety

It’s important to follow some safety practices when diffusing essential oils. Remember that these are potent, concentrated oils that can cause harm if not handled correctly. 
  • Do not continuously diffuse essential oils. They are highly concentrated and unceasing diffusing can lead to a range of complications. 
  • Diffuse intermittently. It’s recommended to do 30-60mins on and 30-60mins off. This way the olfactory senses are not overwhelmed and  a tolerance is not built against the benefits of the essential oils.
  • Become familiar with each essential oil you plan to use. Research and review common safety practices for each unique essential oil. 
  • Always diffuse in a well ventilated area. 
  • Do not diffuse more essential oils than what is recommended. A little goes a long way.
  • Follow the specific instructions that come with your diffuser.
  • If you have pets keep the diffuser away from them while it’s in use and make sure they are able to leave the area if they want to. 
  • Do not use a diffuser in a public place, such as an office or a classroom. Each person has different reactions to essential oils and may even have health conditions that can put their well-being at risk when exposed to specific oils. For public places we recommend using a personal diffuser, like the Aroma Companion
  • Clean your diffuser regularly.