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Winter Diffuser Blends

December 17, 2015

Winter Diffuser Blends

Here are some of my favorite winter diffuser blends. What do you like to diffuse this time of year?

Silent Night

  • 2 drops grounding blend
  • 1 drop frankincense
  • 1 drop holiday blend

Holiday Cheer

  • 3 drops cheerful blend
  • 4 drops holiday blend

O Christmas Tree

  • 3 drops invigorating blend
  • 3 drops douglas fir

Holiday Energy Boost

  • 2 drops wild orange
  • 2 drops white fir
  • 2 drops peppermint

Holiday Spice

  • 2 drops clove
  • 2 drops douglas fir
  • 1 drop cardamom

 

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