10 Essential Oil Recipes to Use In a Diffuser

Whether you want to improve your mood, destress, energize or refocus there are literally 100s of essential oil blend combinations that can be used in a diffuser. Used aromatically, a diffuser works by breaking down the essential oil into micro molecules then disperses them into the air and fills a room or work space. Click the image and get the recipes at jillconyers.com.

Whether you want to improve your mood, destress, energize or refocus there are literally 100s of essential oil blend combinations. Used aromatically, a diffuser works by breaking down the essential oil into micro molecules then disperses them into the air and fills a room or work space.

I love using essential oils and a diffuser is one of my favorite ways to enjoy the benefits and fragrances. I use a diffuser with one of the following blend recipes when I study (last year for the CPT NASM exam and this year for YTT200), blog, read, or when I just want to relax and unwind or destress from the day.

I started with 3 oils and experimenting with different combinations. After learning more about the benefits of individual oils I tried more variety of the different oils in different amounts and eventually came up with a list of favorites.

Vanilla Citrus Dream

1 drop Tangerine oil
1 drop Orange oil
10 drops Vanilla oil

Energizing Blend

1 drop Peppermint oil
1 drop Rosemary oil
2 drops Cinnamon oil

Focus Blend

3 drops Eucalyptus oil
2 drops Peppermint oil
2 drops Tangerine oil

Stress Free Blend

3 drops Bergamot oil
3 drops Patchouli oil
3 drops Ylang Ylang oil

Happiness Blend

2 drops Frankincense oil
2 drops Peppermint oil
2 drops Wild orange oil
2 drops Lime oil

Refreshing Blend

2 drops Lavender oil
2 drops Lemon oil
1 drop Rosemary oil
1 drop Peppermint oil

Stress Away Blend

3 drops Lavender oil
2 drops Chamomile oil
2 drops Ylang Ylang

Let It All Go Blend

3 drops Bergamot oil
2 drops Lemongrass oil
1 drop Lemon oil

Relaxing Blend

3 drops Grapefruit oil
3 drops Orange oil
2 drops Lemon oil
1 drop Bergamot oil

Energy Boost

3 drops Orange
3 drops Wintergreen
3 drops Lemongrass

+ Bonus Blend

Springtime Fresh

2 drops Bergamot oil
2 drops Grapefruit oil
1 drop Ylang Ylang

All the benefits aside, the oil combinations will make your home or office smell amazing.

How To Use A Diffuser

Fill the diffuser to the designated FULL amount and add the oils. (Follow the directions specific to the brand of diffuser you own.)

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I would love to chat:

Do you use essential oils? Would you like to know more about essential oils? Do you use an oil diffuser? Do you have a favorite recipe?

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You can find more information about benefits and uses of essential oils by following my Essential Oils Pinterest Board.


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  1. This is so awesome – my mastermind and I were just talking about essential oils and so I shared your list of recipes with them. I am super excited about them.

  2. I need to get some tangerine oil so that I can make the Focus blend. I have Eucalyptus coming to me soon in the mail, and peppermint was one of the first essential oils that I purchased. Now, I need to get a good diffuser. I’ve been shopping around but haven’t settled on one.

  3. YAY I am so glad you did this as I have had some essential oils for awhile with the intentions of doing something with them but didn’t know of any combos. SO this is awesome – now I am good to go 😉 Pinning!

  4. I use many essential oils and have lots of the ones you suggest…. but Im not quite sure what bergamot is? There are some great combos in that list!!

  5. My sister in law is super into essential oils. She is always making recipes with them. I will have to tell her about these.

  6. Yay I love these combos I am an EO freak live them all thanks for this will try when I get home today !!

  7. I am just getting into essential oils! I got a diffuser last week, and a few blends from DoTerra that I have been playing with. I can’t wait to add more individual oils to my collection so I can play with these recipes! What oil brands do you use?

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