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For The Love of Autumn Diffuser Blend

Diffuse this blend, curl up on your sofa, close your eyes, and picture the leaves changing colour.

I’m very proudly Canadian, and nothing beats a nature walk through the Canadian woods in autumn. I currently split my time between Singapore and Bali, but every year once October hits, I find myself missing boots, my favourite scarf, crisp air, and the smell of autumn. I created this diffuser blend for all you folk who don’t have the luxury of hopping on a plane to enjoy a change of season. So now you can diffuse this blend, curl up on your sofa, close your eyes, and picture the leaves changing colour.

Category : Diffuser Blends

Ingredients

5 drops cedarwood essential oilView Details

Cedarwood Essential Oil

SGD $16.00

In stock

Take flight while you stay rooted. Warm and woodsy cedarwood is known for providing emotional strength, or for when you need an anchor. Diffuse and say goodbye to mental strain, symptoms of depression, and stress-related insomnia.

3 drops frankincense essential oilView Details

Frankincense Essential Oil

SGD $46.00

In stock

Frankincense has a beautiful balsamic, woody, and spicy fragrance which supports clear, deep breathing. It’s a great oil to use during meditation to help balance the mind and is also known to balance and regenerate all skin types. Frankincense’s benefits are worth their weight in gold – if you own only one bottle of essential oil, make it frankincense. Three Wise Men, we see you.

2 drops peppermint essential oilView Details

Peppermint Essential Oil

SGD $18.00

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For when the spring in your step has decided to throw in the towel for the day. Peppermint oil’s strong, refreshing aroma has been known to help with mental fatigue, depression, and even to end a headache. It is one of the best things for tired, achy feet, and is known for stimulating new ideas and creativity.

Supplies

Our Meraki diffuser

Directions

Step 1 Add the drops of essential oils to the diffuser with water, close your eyes and take a deep breath.

Step 2 If you try out this blend, please review it below. I would love to hear how you liked it.

AUTHOR

Marra Hensby

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Fun Fact! Did you know…

1.) Inhaling essential oils stimulates the olfactory system, and therefore the central nervous system. (What a great way to calm down!)