How to create an essential oil blend

Today’s Tip

After creating your essential oil blend of two or more oils be sure to let
it sit for 24 hours.

During this period the scent of your blend can change and you may be
surprised how different it smells.

Adjust as needed and let sit for another 24 hours.

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Bergamot Mint
Clary Sage
Holy Basil
Eucalyptus Set
Lemon Petitgrain
Honey Tangerine
Rose EO Blend
Jasmine, Neroli, Vanilla and Rose, Sandalwood and Mimosa

Citrus Burst
Don’t Bug Me
Silk Kimono New
Sunshine Bliss
Zodiac Sun
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Disclaimer–This information is not intended to be taken as a replacement
for medical advice. Any person with a condition requiring medical attention
should consult a qualified practitioner or therapist.
Best Regards,

Debbie Harlan
Aroma Thyme

Rosemary essential oil

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Orange Essential Oil Uplifting and Joyful

Children love the fragrance of Orange oil and parents will find it calming and relaxing for little ones. Use in the playroom or bedroom to soothe and help to sleep.
Orange oil tells us not to take things so seriously. A scent that brings us joy and lightens our mood. When we are tense, stressed, nervous it brings happiness and laughter. It calms, relaxes and refreshes. It uplifts our mood
and helps us feel more positive.
A perfect kitchen air freshener, try in the car to remove stale odors.