You will need:
- 16 oz. spray bottle
- 8 oz. distilled water
- 2 oz. Witch Hazel
- 20 drops Cassia essential oil
- 15 drops Cedarwood essential oil
- 10 drops Wild Orange essential oil
Put the witch hazel into the spray bottle and then add the essential oils. Blend the mixture, and then add the water and shake well before using.
Note: Vodka can be substituted for the Witch Hazel.
Source: One Essential Community
My summers were often spent at my family’s lake house on the Minnesota Canada border. Days (and nights) were filled with fishing, swimming, hiking, camp fires, and board games. The air was scented with a wonderful blend of evergreens, fresh-cut fire wood, and water. This homemade room spray recipe of Pine, Cedarwood, Lavender and Spearmint captures that memory perfectly for me. Plus it’s calming, grounding, and balancing.
To make room spray:
- Fill 8 oz glass spray bottle about 3/4 full with distilled water
- Fill most of the rest of the way full with Witch Hazel
- 10 drops Pine essential oil
- 10 drops Cedarwood essential oil
- 10 drops Lavender essential oil
- 10 drops Spearmint drops essential oil
- Put on sprayer top and shake well to mix
To use: Shake bottle gently before each use. Spray into the air to freshen room. Use as often as needed.
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- 8 drops Rosemary oil
- 4 drops Cedar oil
- 4 drops Lemongrass oil
- 4 drops Peppermint oil
- 4 drops Lavender oil
Add the essential oils to 30 ml of jojoba oil and massage into hair and scalp. 10% argan oil will enhance this formula.
Almost anyone can enjoy the benefits of an aromatherapy oil, but certain individuals, such as pregnant women, persons with allergies, and those with respiratory conditions such as asthma should only use essential oils for aromatherapy under the guidance of a trained professional.
Keep in mind that essential oils are highly concentrated botanical extracts and should never be ingested or applied to skin at full strength. Consult a professional aromatherapist or an accredited reference on aromatherapy for advice on these uses.
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