Winter Diffuser Blends This Christmas Season

It’s beginning to smell a lot like Christmas! Here are seven aromatic recipes to add in your essential oils diffuser this winter season.
Note: Depending on the size of your room and the type of diffuser you have, amounts may vary.  It is fun to play around with finding your signature scent blends though!  If I find it too strong, I add water to my Young Living diffuser.  Not strong enough? Drop more oils!  I find diffusing 30 minutes at a time, a few times a day is a good way to not over-do it with therapeutic aromas, which I only trust one brand.Christmas Winter Diffuser Blends - Essential Oils for the Holidays

Hibernate

2-3 drops Lemon
2-3 drops Peppermint
2-3 drops Lavender

Candy Cane

4 drops Stress Away
2 drops Peppermint

Cider

3 drops Orange or Citrus Fresh
2-3 drops Nutmeg
1 drop Cinnamon or Clove or Thieves, optional (Guess it’s all optional though technically!)

Gingerbread

4 drops Ginger
2 drops Clove
1 drop Cinnamon or Thieves

Tree Farm

3 drops Idaho Blue Spruce or Cypress or Blue Cypress
2-3 drops Pine or Balsam Fir
2 drops Cedarwood  (Try many different tree combinations or they’re lovely on their own as well, plus from the newest Young Living global farm, Northern Lights Black Spruce)

Winter Cheer

4 drops Christmas Spirit or Thieves
1 drop Orange or Lemon or Citrus Fresh

Three Wise Men

3 drops Frankincense
3 drops Myrrh
3 drops Orange (or Citrus Fresh)

Need help finding the right diffuser for you, or getting started oiling with your own top eleven essential oils?  I’m always happy to help at any step along your journey.

Have a Healthy Holiday with your winter diffuser blends, or check out some Fall Essential Oils here for more ideas!



This is my necessary disclaimer that this blog is not meant to diagnose, treat, or cure. I am only a mom with an education background. I must let you know that any essential oils statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. I simply approve for myself and family of such things that I deem safe, effective, and positively life-transformative. I encourage you all to be informed and empowered with your health. Also, some of my posts may contain affiliate links. When you click them, you help me to cover a small portion of the cost of this blog. I appreciate your support so that I can continue to do what I love. Please note that I only ever endorse products that are in alignment with Odds & Evans’ ideals, my personal use, and those I believe would be of value to my readers.

Amanda Evans

I'm a work-at-home mom, passionate about holistic health and natural living/parenting. I am a Registered Yoga Teacher and Certified Holistic Life Coach. This nutrition nerd blogs randomly at OddsandEvans.com about clean eating, fitness, homemade product recipes, and other mindful wellness topics.

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7 Responses

  1. momssmallvictories says:

    Even the names of these blends gets me in the Christmas spirit. Stopping by from Meetup Monday and hope you will linkup with our Small Victories Sunday Linkup too open all week long.

  2. Sue Parke says:

    I love love love this and shared on Twitter last week and in my young living private fb group page! I tried the winter cheer yesterday and I LOVE it! You’re awesome!

  3. Natalie says:

    Can I use cinnamon cassia oil or does it have to be just cinnamon

    • Amanda Evans says:

      Hi Natalie, I don’t have any experience with it so I’m not sure…but if it smells good, it certainly wouldn’t hurt to try! You may just figure out some of your own awesome favorite blends. Keep me posted!

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