Forest Essential Oil Blends for the Diffuser

Forest Essential Oil Blends for the Diffuser

Can’t escape to the forest? Bring the forest to you. Mindful diffusing of conifer (cone bearing) essential oils brings us a connection to the forest and these wonderful trees. Inhaling the coniferous and earthy aroma of the trees and surrounding plants allows the ability to develop a connection with the trees, establish a relationship with the plants, and cultivate a greater sense of gratitude and presence in the moment. It helps ease stress and feelings of depression and can help to feel more centered and grounded.

Generally speaking, conifer trees are stimulating and invigorating. They can be helpful to support easy breathing and respiratory health. Emotionally, they can be helpful in energizing blends and to help support focus.

Here are some of our favorite conifer blends. We hope you enjoy them, too.

Fresh Air
3 drops Douglas-Fir
2 drops Incense-Cedar
3 drops Lemon

Forest Bathing
3 drops Incense-Cedar
2 drops Douglas-Fir
3 drops Lavender 

 

Mountain Mojo
3 drops Douglas-Fir
3 drops Tangerine

Frozen
3 drops Incense-Cedar
1 drop Peppermint

 

Cypress Summer
3 drops Leyland Cypress
3 drops Sweet Orange
3 drops Bergamot 

Synergy
3 drops Leyland Cypress
3 drops Douglas-Fir
3 drops Lemon


Please share your favorite forest blends in the comments below.

Conifer Essential Oils

With much conifer love, 




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