RECIPE

Tranquility Diffuser Blend

Diffuse this blend of oils when you want to relax and take a moment to center your Self.

This diffuser blend is very supportive when experiencing anxiety and depression, especially when related to trauma and stressful conditions. This combination of essential oils usher in peace and tranquility, and are great to use when you need to relax and take a moment to center your Self.

Category : Diffuser Blends

Ingredients

3 drops lavender essential oilView Details

Lavender Essential Oil

SGD $24.00 SGD $12.00

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You want this oil on your side. Everybody does. That’s probably why lavender is one of the most popular and versatile oils in aromatherapy. Its soft, floral, and fresh aroma calms the mind and body, eases tension, and is great to support sleep.

3 drops lemon essential oilView Details

Lemon Essential Oil

SGD $16.00 SGD $8.00

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Lemon oil cuts through the blues like a hot knife through butter (and does the same to grease, FYI). This oil has a zesty and inspiring aroma that clears the mind. Known for improving concentration and supporting decision making,lemon oil is also handy in the home and kitchen. Emotionally, it lets in happiness and positive energy.

1 drop patchouli essential oilView Details

Patchouli Essential Oil

SGD $22.00 SGD $11.00

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As the official scent of the Age of Aquarius, made popular by our hippie ancestors, patchouli has a deep, woody, sweet, and earthy aroma. It is amazing in blends to reduce stress, depression and anxiety. It can also be used in blends for skin conditions such as dryness, inflammation, scars, sores, eczema, and wounds.

Supplies

Our Meraki diffuser

Directions

Step 1 Combine the essential oils with water in your diffuser.

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!)