Fall Essential Oil Blends

Did your mom mix up a pot of warming spices such as cinnamon, cloves, vanilla, and nutmeg in a pan of water on the stovetop when you were a kid?

Nowadays it’s a diffuser we use to create different scents in our home.

If you’re like me you are always looking for new combinations and ways to use your oils so I collected some of the best fall blends I could find and posted them here for you.

These blends can be adjusted to use in your body scrubs, homemade candles, lotions, and carpet freshener recipes.

If you’re here I’m guessing you already have at least one diffuser.

If not, scan to the bottom for tips on how to buy your first one. 

If you’re in a hurry, this is my favorite one on Amazon.

Top Essential Oils For Fall

Top Essential Oils For Fall

There are many different essential oils you can use in your blends but here are a few of the common ones I often associate with fall and autumn. 

You’ll find these oils and others in my Amazon Shop along with all sorts of essential oil supplies and accessories.

Cinnamon Cassia Essential Oil 

Love the smell of cinnamon buns baking?

Get the same sensory effect without the calories, plus many of the healing benefits.

Cinnamon essential oil should most definitely be a part of your fall aromatherapy collection, for a number of reasons.

It blends well with other uplifting oil such as lemon or orange, to soothe your nerves and sharpen your mental faculties.

✔naturally fights viruses, bacteria, and mold including yeast or candida spores

✔ relieves allergies when diffused with a blend of citrus essential oils in a cool-mist humidifier

✔soothes and grounds the nerves while delivering mental clarity and energy

 

Vanilla Essential Oil

Traditionally a warming spice used to flavor baked goods and desserts, vanilla comes with its share of health benefits.

With its mellow scent, vanilla essential oil works well when added to natural soap and candle recipes.

It blends nicely with orange, peppermint, or lemon oils in an essential oils diffuser.

Add vanilla essential oil to your fall aromatherapy diffuser blends to conjure a peaceful, serene mood and lift the spirits.

✔improves blood circulation thanks to being mildly stimulating

✔relieves digestive troubles

✔eases muscle pain 

✔promotes relaxation so helps improve sleep

Orange Essential Oil

Orange Essential Oil

Orange essential oil captures the healing power of the sun in a bottle.

This essential oil blends nicely with warming spices for fall aromatherapy blends that evoke memories of your favorite recipes.

It’s natural cleansing properties, making it ideal for both skincare and household cleaning applications alike.

✔helps depression and low mood because it’s naturally uplifting

✔promotes clear thinking and impart joy

✔cleans and purifies the air due to its antifungal, antiviral and antibacterial properties

✔calms the nerves as it invigorates the senses and is said to be a mild aphrodisiac

Click here for more citrus essential oils uses and blends

Clove essential oil is a great oil for your diffuser during the fall and christmas holidays.

Clove Essential Oil

Clove essential oil is derived from the clove plant, which is typically used as a spice to flavor baked goods and desserts as well as season meats.

It’s one of the five essential oils in the “thieves” blend said to ward illnesses and support your immune system.

✔wards off viruses, bacteria, and mold

✔helps speeds up body functions such as breathing and heart rate which makes it ideal for purifying the blood by removing toxins

✔natural tooth pain reliever -rub a drop of clove oil on your toothache for instant numbing and to fight infection

Sources:
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30053847

Sandalwood Essential Oil

Sweet sandalwood oil imparts a woodsy, grounding aroma so it’s a perfect essential oil to offset the sharpness of citrus and spice.

It’s held in high regard for its natural ability to settle the nerves and sharpen the mind.

✔soothes, tightens, tones, and heals the skin

✔works to rid the body of stress and calm the mind for clearer thinking

Cardamom Essential Oil

Derived from seeds of the cardamom plant which is commonly dried and used to spice baked goods, cardamom is typically praised in aromatherapy uses for improving respiratory function.

✔ helps clear the lungs to help with breathing

✔ soothes jangled nerves

✔eases the digestive system  

Pumpkin Seed Oil is great for your skin and hair.

Pumpkin Seed Oil

We all think of pumpkins for decorations but I recently learned about the benefits of Pumpkin Seed Oil.

It’s not an essential oil but a carrier oil for your essential oils.

Use it as your base in your skincare blends or body lotions.

Unrefined pumpkin seed oil is rich in antioxidants, omega-3, and -6 fatty acids. 

Its anti-inflammatory properties make it is great for skin and hair

It can also be taken orally for as a great source for plant-based fatty acids and has been used to support cardiovascular, prostate health and to support the urinary system.

Read reviews on Amazon for both the oil and supplement.

Sources:
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26405765
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26976217

How To Use It 

As a moisturizer and skin healer:

Promotes healthy renewal of collagen and elastin which will prevent early signs of aging.

Use it daily to as a moisturizer to prevent breakouts,  soothe rough skin,  heal acne scars, smooth fine lines, wrinkles, age spots and stretch marks. 

Also may be used to prime face for natural sunscreen or makeup.

In your hair:

The rich proteins in this oil will give hair a beautiful luster and shine and renew split ends, breakages, and damage from hot tools.

Massage through scalp and let sit for twenty minutes before you shower or mix with shampoo and conditioner for rejuvenation of the scalp and hair.

Essential oil diffuser blends for fall and autumn.

 

Click here for the 6 most popular oils and how to use them

Fall And Autumn Diffuser Blends

These blends use some of the oils mentioned above and others that mix well to make your home smell great.

Adapt these blends as you see fit and feel free to use more or fewer drops to get just the scent you want.

The great thing about diffusing oils is that you can’t mess it up.

If you diffuse a scent you don’t like just dump the diffuser and start over.

Peaceful Orchard Blend

4 Drops Wild Orange Essential Oil
4 Drops Frankincense Essential Oil
1 Drop Ylang Ylang Essential Oil

Diffuser blend for fall - Peaceful Orchard

Fall Citrus Blend

5 Drops Lemon Essential Oil
2 Drops Clove Essential Oil
1 Drop Cinnamon Essential Oil

Fall Diffuser Blend with lemon, Clove, cinnimon essential oils

 

Lovin’ in the Oven Blend

3 Drops Nutmeg Essential Oil
2 Drops Vanilla Essential Oil
1 Drop Vetiver Essential Oil

Pumpkin Pie Blend

2 Drops Ginger Essential Oil
2 Drops Clove Essential Oil
2 Drops Cinnamon Essential Oil
1 Drop Sweet Orange Essential Oil

DIY Thieves essential oil diffuser blend

Carrot Cake Blend

2 Drops Vanilla Essential Oil
2 Drops Carrot Essential Oil
2 Drops Clove Oil Essential Oil
3 Drops Lemon Oil Essential Oil

Orange Clove Blend

3 Drops Orange Essential Oil
2 Drops Clove Essential Oil
3 Drops Chamomile Essential Oil

Cider Spice Blend

3 Drops Lemon Essential Oil
1 Drop Cardamom Essential Oil
3 Drops Cinnamon Essential Oil
2 Drops Clove Essential Oil
1 Drop Sandalwood Essential Oil

Thankful Heart

3 Drops Wild Orange Essential Oil
1 Drop Ginger Essential Oil
1 Drop Bergamot Essential Oil

Oatmeal Cookie

2 Drops Wild Orange  Essential Oil
2 Drops Cinnamon Essential Oil
2 Drops Cedarwood Essential Oil

Chai Latte

3 Drops Clove Essential Oil
3 Drops Cinnamon Essential Oil
3 Drops Ginger Essential Oil

Autumn Air

3 Drops Cypress Essential Oil
4 Drops White Fir Essential Oil
2 Drops Sandalwood Essential Oil

Fall Wreath

2 Drops Eucalyptus Essential Oil
2 Drops Rosemary Essential Oil
2 Drops Balsam Fir Essential Oil

Falling Leaves

5 Drops Orange Essential Oil
1 Drop Patchouli Essential Oil
1 Drop Ginger Essential Oil

Fall Energy

2 Drops Wintergreen Essential Oil
4 Drops Orange Essential Oil

Sleep Well Blend

1 Drop Cedarwood Essential Oil
2 Drops Vetiver Essential Oil
4 Drops Lavender Essential Oil

Pumpkin Bread Blend

3 Drops Clove Essential Oil
3 Drops Orange Essential Oil
2 Drops Cardamom Essential Oil
2 Drops Cassia Cinnamon Essential Oil
2 Drops Ginger Essential Oil

Fall Essential Oil Diffuser Blend

Sweet Fall

2 Drops Cedarwood Essential Oil
3 Drops Bergamot Essential Oil

Autumn Hike

3 Drops White Fir
2 Drops Cypress
1 Drop Cedarwood
1 Drop Eucalyptus
1 Drop Vetiver

Fall Essential Oils For Your Diffuser

Gingerbread

3 Drops Ginger Essential Oil
3 Drops Cinnamon Essential Oil
3 Drops Stress Away (Young Living) Essential Oil
1 Drop Clove Essential Oil

Campfire

3 Drops Idaho Blue Spruce Essential Oil
2 Drops Ylang Ylang Essential Oil
2 Drops Orange Essential Oil
2 Drop Idaho Balsam Fir Essential Oil

Essential Oil Blends For Fall and Autumn

What To Look For In A Diffuser

Essential oil diffusers have become a sanitizing, mood-conjuring mainstay for many health-conscious modern mamas.

I’ve got 1 in each of my girl’s rooms and another for mine.

If you look on Amazon you’ll find a variety of diffusers with differing price ranges.

My favorite (see it here) actually cost me under $20 and it makes a great gift.

Here’s what to look for:

Cool Mist – this type of humidifier won’t cause mold growth. If you use oils like cinnamon, clove, peppermint, and tea tree oil you will actually deter mold.

Auto Shut-Off – this is important because if you use it at night you will fall asleep. You want your diffuser to shut off when it runs out of water or after a certain time that passes. 

Whisper-Quiet Function – a nearly soundless operation means that you won’t be disturbed while sleeping. An occasional trickle of water, which is barely audible and just lets you know that the unit is functioning properly.

Optional Light –  depending on the type of diffuser you purchase, you may have a “light on/off” switch or you may be able to choose the shade of color that is displayed when the LED light is on. Either way, this gives you an option on how much light in the room if you use it at night.

Ready to start using some of these fall diffuser blends?

Let me know your favorite!

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