Winter Blues? 3 Mood Lifting Diffuser Blends + Room Spray Recipes!

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Winter Blues Essential Oil Diffuser BlendsI’m not one to complain about things I can’t change but GEEEEZZZZZ!!  All day I’m grumbling about this cold weather!  I live in a very dry climate that usually stays semi mild during the winter but this winter has been a killer.  As I write this, the fire is on, space heater is on, I’m under a fur blanket and am still freezing. 

Anyway-there I go again.  Browsing Pinterest one day I was reminded of the power of essential oils and knew what I had to do-SHUT UP AND DIFFUSE!

Let’s get into some essential oil diffuser blends + room spray recipes that will lift your spirits, improve brain fog and naturally freshen the air in your home!

There are many amazing benefits of diffusing.  Most of which we discussed in THIS post.  Essential oils really do have power to boost your mood!

Oils That Boost Mood:

Get creative and start mixing!  There are no rules!

Midnight Forest:

Midnight Forrest Room Spray:

Winter Blues Essential Oil Blends

Lemon/Lime Love Diffuser Blend: 

*Since rose essential oil is so expensive, I’ve actually been adding rose water to my diffuser along with the lemon and lime.  I searched high and low looking for a possible reason this could hurt my diffuser and can not find one so proceed with caution if you’d like to use hydrosol instead of distilled water.  I did linked Palmarosa because it is a more affordable way to get the scent of rose.  However it is diluted with geranium.

Lemon/Lime Room Spray:

Summer Dreamin’ Diffuser Blend:

This blend is my ALL TIME fave.  Play around with the proportions.  I love a citrusy punch, plus the lavender is naturally stronger so it will come through the lemon and bergamot naturally.

Winter Blues Essential Oil Diffuser Blends

If you’re like me and pining away for warmer days, try out these recipes.  I’ve been using my midnight forest room spray on my linens as well as diffusing it constantly!  Plus, diffusing essential oils can be great for air quality as well!

I just thought-adding these blends to essential oil jewelry might be a very efficient way to reap their mood boosting benefits wherever you go! To find out how to make stylish, but easy essential oil jewelry, go HERE.

Be aware that if you have cats, diffusing citrus oils can be harmful.  Go HERE for more on that.

MORE ESSENTIAL OIL POSTS:

THIS diffuse comes with great reviews and has a remote! 

Mountain Rose Herbs Essential Oils

xx, Jenni

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Winter Blues & Essential Oil Blends

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Jennifer Phillips worked as a licensed aesthetician for over 8 years before creating the green beauty blog, Jenni Raincloud and her natural skin care line, J. Raincloud Organics. Jennifer has been blogging full time for 7 years and loves to gain and share knowledge on living a natural lifestyle.

5 thoughts on “Winter Blues? 3 Mood Lifting Diffuser Blends + Room Spray Recipes!”

  1. I feel like I am the last person in the world to get a diffuser. Finally got one last weekend. I have been loving sweet orange but I’m going to start doing some mix and match. I have rosemary and cypress…will have to see what else is in the collection! And totally agree…lavender really helps with sleep. I have some in a roller ball mixed with a carrier oil and I keep it next to my bed…definitely helps me chill!

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  3. Hi Jenni,
    I think you’re perfectly justified in whining! We’ve all been through so much this last year!
    What has kept my sanity is I’m a quiltmaker. I’ve made so many quilts lately! Seriously, if you have a
    hobby you love it will help.
    No experience with CBD but love your recipes! I have 2 kitties so some of them won’t work here but that’s okay.
    I love spraying my bed linens Ahhhh!
    A question- on your other blog it showed a pic of nail colors. Any ideas?
    Take care and keep warm 🙂
    PS. Love MRH!!!

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