Fri. Jun 2nd, 2023

Chives and citrus are some of the best essential oils to use during the fall season. The weather is getting colder, darker and shorter. Spices and citrus scents are comforting. It’s as comforting as a warm apple pie.

Aromatherapy and essential oils are great ways to boost immunity and relieve cold, cough and flu symptoms.

Cinnamon, clove, nutmeg and cardamom oils are all relaxing, warming and energizing. It is recommended to use this oil with a diffuser or diluted with a carrier oil (eg grapeseed, almond or jojoba carrier). It is not recommended to apply spice oil directly to the skin as the oil is very concentrated and can irritate some skin types.

Mix together some spices and Pure Essential Oils. They work great together. Orange goes especially well with cinnamon, clove and nutmeg oils.

Sandalwood and frankincense are also earthy oils suitable for the fall season. Mixing with citrus oil is also effective.

Ginger essential oil is good when you feel cold, sick and tired. Ginger oil also helps with nausea.

Add a few drops to hot water, place a towel over your head and a bowl of hot water, and breathe deeply. This will help with chest congestion. It is also beneficial to expel mucus. Get your tissues ready.

Fall and winter also bring seasonal depression (or depression). Need a boost on this dark and cold morning? Need some motivation to get out of bed? Do you want to throw the covers over your head and go back to sleep?

Try adding a few drops of orange, bergamot or lemon to your diffuser. This oil is known for its uplifting and energizing properties.

Pink grapefruit essential oil is also recommended. It also improves mood and energizes. It has weight loss properties as well.

Try adding rosemary oil to tea tree oil for a great cold and flu remedy.

Although this oil is safe for children, it is recommended to dilute the oil before application or use it with a diffuser. Always ask your doctor if you are unsure of the safety of essential oils. This oil is extremely concentrated and pure. A little goes a long way.

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