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Recipes for November 2014

Aromatherapy Recipes for You to Try  

Here is a wide selection of recipes for you to try.   

Included are links to any essential oils or supplies you need to order so you can have some fun blending and of course, using them too!       Penny

November 2014

Fight the Winter Blahs with a Bath

Orange – 6 drops
Geranium – 2 drops
1 teaspoon of carrier oil – Jojoba is great 

Add a few thin slices of Fresh Cut orange to the bath water too!!

Fill the tub with comfortably warm water.  Add the essential oils, carrier oil and orange slices.

Enjoy!       Caution: the carrier oils can make the tub slippery, so be careful.



Rosemary – 6 drops
Juniper berry – 3 drops
1 teaspoon of Sweet Almond Oil

Add all to your bath tub. Float a few dried flower petals on top of the water if desired.

This blend can also be used in the shower – for a pick me up in the morning.   Omit the Sweet Almond oil.

Simply apply the essential oil drops to a Terra Cotta Disc let the essential oils soak into the disc and place in the corner of the shower where the water will hit it.  It should wake you up and help you to concentrate throughout the day.

Massage for Sinus Congestion.

Eucalyptus globulus – 3 drops
Peppermint – 3 drops
Rosemary – 3 drops
Sunflower oil– 1 teaspoon

Blend essential oils well and add to the sunflower oil.  Massage into your face around your eyes and onto your cheek bones.  Be very careful not to get too near your eyes as this will sting if it gets into the eyes.  Massaging your eye brows and forehead will help to relieve the press associated with sinus congestion too.

Face oil for Dry and Mature Skin

Lavender – 10 drops
Rosemary – 4 drops
Sandalwood  – 4 drops
Jojoba – 2 ounce

Blend all together in a bottle and use nightly as a moisturizer.

Apply to clean skin that is still slightly damp,  leave on for 5 minutes then wipe excess oil off (if there is any) with a soft cloth or tissue.  Apply to your face, neck and throat areas.

IF you Love Roses Bath time

Rosewood – 3 drops
Geranium - 2 drops
Rose absolute – 1 drop

Add to a warm bath, float rose petals on top. Light a candle, play some soothing music and let your mind wander. Simply – enjoy!


Disguised as a Holiday scent.

Clove bud – 10 drops
Lime- 10 drops
Orange - 8 drops
Allspice – 8 drops
Cinnamon leaf - 4 drops
Lemon - 2 drops
Emulsifier – 5ml  (1 tsp)
Room Spray Base – 4 oz

Blend the essential oils in a 4 ounce PET plastic spray bottle, And then add the emulsifier, mix well. Then add the room spray base.  Shake well and spray around the room.  Use prior to guests arriving and again after they have left.


Sandalwood – 10 drops
Lavender – 5 drops
Spruce – 5 drops
Rose absolute -1 drop

Blend all in glass bottle. Then diffuse in the room using any type of diffuser.

Forest Body Powder for Men

Blend the following in a Glass bottle
Spruce – 20 drops
Cedarwood – 20 drops
Juniper berry – 10 drops
Cajeput – 10 drops
Talc Powder – 2 oz or more

Mix well.

In a two ounce bottle of unscented Talc Powder or cornstarch (which ever you prefer) add the above mixture to a Scentball pad or Cotton Ball or other absorbent piece of cotton pad.  Place into the powder bottle. Recap the bottle.  Shake up and let sit for at least 24 hours before use. Shake before each use.

You can easily double or triple this recipe if you desire.

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You should not use this information to replace medical advice given by a licensed medical practitioner. Anyone considering alternative therapies should remember to consult with their licensed medical professional before using any alternative or complementary method.  We do not give nor is any opinion on our web site medical advice, they are merely suggested uses.