One of the most rewarding aspects of aromatherapy is creating blends that reflect your aroma preferences and wellness needs. The thirteen essential oils in this collection were selected for beautiful diffuser aroma and wellness enhancement, and will give you a wide assortment of oils to create your own custom blends. It couldn't be simpler to create your own diffuser blends using our ultrasonic diffuser. Just add your chosen oils with water to the reservoir and begin diffusing.
The Create Your Own Diffuser Blend Collection includes thirteen of the top essential oils for the diffuser, one full-sized bottle (½ oz) of each
Eucalyptus Essential Oil: Especially useful during cold and flu season, Eucalyptus Oil helps support clear lungs and overall wellness. In addition to its cleansing and penetrating properties, Eucalyptus Oil has a refreshing and stimulating action on the mind, helping to improve concentration. It is associated with the alleviation of grief and sorrow, as well as opening the heart and intellect while equalizing emotions.
Eucalyptus Oil blends well with: herbaceous oils such as thyme, rosemary, and marjoram; florals like geranium, and lavender; wood oils cedarwood and sandalwood; also melissa and lemon.
Frankincense Serrata Essential Oil: The essential oil of Boswellia serrata contains more than two hundred molecular compounds, which give it a very complex bouquet and endow it with myriad therapeutic applications. It is derived from oleo gum resins which function as the immune and defense support for the frankincense tree, and in its essential oil form, passes onto us these same precious properties.
Used in worship since time immemorial for the way it blends its many healing powers with an intoxicating fragrance, frankincense can properly be said to belong to the family of sacred scents and is a useful spiritual tool for prayer and meditation.
Frankincense Oil blends well with: citrus oils such as grapefruit and bergamot; spice oils: basil, black pepper; also neroli, sandalwood, galbanum, geranium.
Grapefruit Essential Oil: A exceptionally refreshing purifier and detoxication supporter, grapefruit oil is renowned for its broad spectrum cleansing effects. Reviving, uplifting and imparting emotional buoyancy, grapefruit essential oil is considered especially beneficial due to its ability to ease tension from daily stress and aid emotional equilibrium. It can soothe and uplift the emotions and spirit and help balance jittery or depleted feelings.
Grapefruit Oil blends well with basil and palmarosa, also florals such as geranium,chamomile, jasmine, lavender, and ylang ylang; and all citrus oil, including lime, mandarin, bergamot, neroli-petitgrain, neroli, and lemon.
Lavender Essential Oil (Kashmir): Lavender Oil is calming, regenerating, and is used to promote restful sleep. The scent of lavender typically elicits pleasant associations and therefore engenders a calming, nurturing effect, supporting both deep relaxation and emotional and spiritual upliftment. The refreshing aroma helps to support mental clarity, simultaneously grounding and calming the senses. Lavender oil eases tension from daily stress or over-work, and promotes feelings of well being. Inhalation of lavender oil supports and balances the digestive system.
Diffuse lavender to calm and relax the whole family. Lavender oil's adaptability lends to easy, complimentary blending with most other oils, particularly floral and citrus oils. Some favorites include Palo Santo Oil, Eucalyptus Oil, Geranium Oil, Rose Oil, Chamomile Oil, and Clary Sage Oil.
Lemon Essential Oil: Long known for its bright, tangy flavor and pure lemon scent, lemon essential oil can clear and stimulate a fatigued mind when used in a diffuser. The ability of lemon essential oil to increase mental clarity make lemon essential oil a particularly useful oil for use in the home or workplace. Use lemon essential oil in a diffuser in the home, office or daycare, to purify the environment.
Cooling and drying, lemon oil has a light, refreshing scent with stimulating top notes that can be described as sour, citrus, and slightly sweet. Lemon essential oil blends well with tea tree oil, eucalyptus oil, rose oil, neroli oil, ylang ylang oil, and other citrus oils.
Lemongrass Essential Oil: This rich, robust organic lemongrass essential oil works to elevate mood and freshen air. This particular distillation of lemongrass, with its bright, clean and refined aromatic top notes signals its known ability to sharpen mental clarity. Lemongrass essential oil has sedative and balancing effects on body energy and is used with success to manage the difficulties of jet travel. Diffuse lemongrass essential oil to normalize energy and calm the mind, and to naturally repel insects.
Blends well with: rose, basil, geranium, cedarwood, lavender, and eucalyptus radiata.
Palo Santo Essential Oil: Palo Santo Oil is recognized for its constellation of therapeutic properties, which include its ability to uplift the mood, boost immunity. A natural purifier, it can be used to promote wellness, especially during cold and flu season. It has settling, calming and grounding qualities, thus making it a great stress reducer as well as a superb oil for spiritual upliftment.
Palo Santo is said to have an upward-lifting effect traditionally associated with this essential oil. Often used for shamanic ritual, it is a valuable tool for meditation, enhancing creativity, and for tasks requiring sustained concentration.
Diffuse with a few drops of lemon and one drop of peppermint to improve concentration. Blends well with lavender and other woods and resins such as cedarwood, frankincense, sandalwood and myrrh.
Peppermint Essential Oil: Among the oldest and most continuously used of all therapeutic oils, the bright, mentholated fragrance of peppermint essential oil is instantly recognizable—and powerfully effective at treating a remarkably wide variety of conditions.
"As for the garden mint, the very smell of it alone recovers and refreshes the spirit," said the Roman naturalist, Pliny. Peppermint Oil's refreshing nature makes it ideal for mental fatigue and low spirits, stimulating mental agility and improving concentration. It is also effective at helping to calm restlessness.
Peppermint Oil blends well with: marjoram, eucalyptus, lavender, lemon, and rosemary.
Silver Fir Essential Oil: Another of Floracopeia’s artisanal oils, Silver Fir Oil's delicious alpine odor summons to mind a breeze through a high pine forest. Silver Fir Oil exerts a calming influence, promoting restful sleep, while at the same time providing an uplifting and refreshing feeling. Fir essential oil is thought to improve mental clarity. Supports breath and sinus well-being, and is useful for cold and flu season.
Silver Fir Oil blends well with: other pine and fir oils, juniper berry, rosemary, patchouli and citrus oils.
Sweet Basil Essential Oil: Sweet Basil Oil inspires the mind and lifts weary spirits. Blend with Lemon or Orange Oil for a brightening and energizing diffuser blend.
Tea Tree Essential Oil: Tea Tree Oil is one of the most widely known purifying and cleansing essential oils. It effectively supports wellness and is an excellent oil to employ during cold and flu season. Floracopeia's wild harvested and extremely high quality tea tree oil from Australia, with powerful therapeutic qualities. Pure tea tree oil with its spicy, fresh camphoraceous fragrance is supremely cleansing and purifying, encouraging vital and robust wellness, and possessing a wide variety of benefits and home uses.
Pungent, pure, strong, camphoraceous, balsamic, and bittersweet, tea tree oil blends well with geranium essential oil, clary sage oil, lavender essential oil, lemon essential oil, myrrh oil, rosemary essential oil, rosewood, and thyme essential oil.
Thyme Essential Oil: Thyme Oil ranks high on the versatility index of essential oils. It is indicated for enhancing wellness, and is useful in the diffuser to aid deep breath; it supports the lungs, and is great preventative support during cold and flu season. The high thymol content supports breath.
Thyme Oil can be used to uplift mood and enhance mental stamina. In the diffuser with other oils such as conifers, thyme oil enhances memory and concentration. Thyme essential oil blends well with citrus oils, particularly bergamot, grapefruit, lemon and orange oils; also marjoram, oregano, rosemary, lavender, and pine.
Tulsi (Holy Basil) Essential Oil: A powerful aromatic herb used extensively both in Ayurvedic clinical and folk medicine, Tulsi, or holy basil, is considered a purifier of the mind, body, and spirit.
Tulsi, or "the incomparable one", is thought to embody a powerful purifying radiance that refines body, mind and spirit. It brilliantly enhances wellness and can be used as a preventative to maintain a resilient body. Diffuse holy basil essential oil to purify the air and support breath and digestion.
Tulsi Oil blends well with: Citrus oils and florals; bergamot, clary sage, geranium, hyssop, lime, opopanax, oak moss, citronella.
- Safety Considerations for Eucalyptus Essential Oil: Non-toxic, non-irritant, and non-sensitizing. People with high blood pressure and epilepsy should avoid eucalyptus oil. Excessive use of this oil may cause headaches. Do not take eucalyptus essential oil internally.
- Safety Considerations for Silver Fir Essential Oil: Non-toxic, non-irritant (except in high concentration and to those with highly sensitive skin) and non-sensitizing. Avoid during pregnancy. Do not take silver fir essential oil internally.
- Safety Considerations for Frankincense Serrata Essential Oil: Non-toxic, non-irritant and non-sensitizing. Do not take Boswellia serrata essential oil internally.
- Safety Considerations for Grapefruit Essential Oil: Like other citrus oil, grapefruit is considered non-toxic and non-irritant. Being a member of the citrus family, grapefruit is considered by most to be photo-toxic, therefore avoid UV exposure for 24 hours after topical application. Do not take grapefruit essential oil internally.
- Safety Considerations for Lavender Essential Oil: Non-toxic, non-irritating, and non-sensitizing. Do not take lavender essential oil internally.
- Safety Considerations for Lemon Essential Oil: Do not take lemon essential oil internally. Do not apply directly to the eyes or mucous membranes. Potential for Skin Irritation: High. Lemon essential oil is potentially photo toxic.
- Safety Considerations for Lemongrass Essential Oil: Non-toxic, non-sensitizing. Possible irritant to sensitive skin. Do not take lemongrass essential oil internally.
- Safety Considerations for Palo Santo Essential Oil: Generally non-toxic and non-sensitizing; Palo Santo can be dermotoxic to some if used directly on the skin. Avoid use during pregnancy. Do not take Palo Santo essential oil internally.
- Safety Considerations for Peppermint Essential Oil: Though it is non-toxic and non-irritating, peppermint may be sensitizing because of its high menthol content, causing irritation to the skin and mucous membranes. Do not use on children younger than 7 years of age. Peppermint oil is not compatible with homeopathic treatments.
- Safety Considerations for Tea Tree Essential Oil: Do not take tea tree oil internally. Do not apply directly to the eyes or mucous membranes. Potential for Skin Irritation: Medium (some people have no reaction to tea tree directly on the skin, while others have extreme reactions--exercise caution). Pregnant women, nursing mothers and children should not use this product without first consulting a licensed healthcare practitioner.
- Safety Considerations for Thyme Essential Oil: Caution: thyme oil is extremely dermo-caustic; do not apply directly to the skin. Do not use during pregnancy or if you have high blood pressure. May cause irritation to sensitive skin. Dilute at 1% or less. Do not take thyme essential oil internally.
- Safety Considerations for Tulsi (Holy Basil) Essential Oil: Extremely dermo-caustic; do not apply to skin neat (undiluted). Non-toxic and non-sensitizing when diluted appropriately. Do not use during pregnancy. Avoid if susceptible to epilepsy. Do not use on children under two years old. Do not take tulsi essential oil internally.