Spoiler Alert: Are you as excited as I am about the holidays? Maybe your house already smells of holiday cheer for family and friends? Have you thought about non-toxic scents for the season; ie: holiday essential oils? Terrific scents for the holiday season can completely transform your family’s holiday experience; scent is well known to be a strong trigger for both creating and recalling memories. So let Christmas essential oils do the trick – diffuse the scent of Christmas trees with Pine or Northern Lights Black Spruce and enhance the heavenly scents of the holiday. Use one of my diffuser recipes – that I’ll give to you here – or create your own essential oil diffuser blends!
Why Bother With Christmas Essential Oil?
The sense of smell is closely linked with memory, probably more so than any of our other senses. Those with full olfactory function may be able to think of smells that evoke particular memories; the scent of an orchard in blossom conjuring up recollections of a childhood picnic, for example. This can often happen spontaneously, with a smell acting as a trigger in recalling a long-forgotten event or experience. In addition to being the sense most closely linked to memory, smell is also highly emotive. The perfume industry is built around this connection, with perfumers developing fragrances that seek to convey a vast array of emotions and feelings; from desire to power, vitality to relaxation. (source)
Now that you know this, you can put the science to work in your home. Enjoy a relaxing holiday season by putting Christmas blend essential oils in your diffuser today. It’s a great toxin-free way to make your home smell holiday-riffic!
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Christmas Blend Essential Oil Can Make Your Home Smell Like Ginger Bread!
Essential oils over the holidays are terrific if you don’t want to be in the kitchen (or even if you don’t belong in the kitchen!) but you want your home to smell like you’ve been toiling away for days! Even if you have everything prepared ahead of time and just toss it in the oven or on the table when it’s time – there’s just something about having that fresh baked aroma floating through the house. And certain aromas just bring to mind baking during cold weather. My favorite essential oils for this feeling are: Orange, Cinnamon Bark, Clove, Ginger, Nutmeg, and Sage.
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Try This Christmas Essential Oil Blend for a Fresh Cut Tree!
Many people don’t have the space or time to put up a live Christmas tree, or maybe you celebrate a holiday other than Christmas. Either way, one of the best scents for the season has to be the scent of conifers. The best of the best: Pine; Idaho Balsam Fir; and Northern Lights Black Spruce.
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Scents for the Season That Just Make Your Home Smell Like the Holiday Season!
The best part of the holidays is that they are special. Here are some of the most special scents of the season to help you feel warm and cozy and maybe like you’re in a Normal Rockwell painting! Try the new blend: Light the Fire. And don’t miss Peppermint; Christmas Spirit; and the Essence of the Season Essential Oil Collection.
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Ancient Scents for the Season
The reason for the season! Young Living has an amazing collection called the 12 Oils of Ancient Scripture. This beautifully specially packaged collection includes the twelve most significant Christmas essential oils found in the Bible. In bringing this collection to you, Young Living hopes that you will savor and enjoy the beautiful fragrances and intriguing histories of these precious pure essential oils. This lovely collection contains twelve single oils (5ml bottles):
- Aloes/sandalwood (Santalum album)
- Cassia (Cinnamomum cassia)
- Cedarwood (Cedrus atlantica)
- Cypress (Cupressus sempervirens)
- Frankincense (Olibanum — Boswellia carteri)
- Galbanum (Ferula gummosa)
- Hyssop (Hyssopus officinalis)
- Myrrh (Commiphora myrrha)
- Myrtle (Myrtus communis)
- Onycha (pronounced oh-nigh-kah, a very thick oil, remove the plastic orifice and warm the bottle in your hand so that the oil will flow — Styrax benzoin)
- Rose of Sharon/cistus (Labdanum — Cistus ladanifer)
- Spikenard (Nardostachys jatamansi)
Scents for the Season Because It Won’t Work Out The Way You Plan
Ok. So let’s just get real here. It’s not going to be a Normal Rockwell painting and some of these people that come to visit and the functions that you attend are going to get on your last nerve. And jump around. A lot. I got you covered there too. Try diffusing: Joy, Stress Away, or Peace & Calming.
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And while we’re admitting that you are going to be mingling with lots of people who might be hopping around on your very last nerve, let’s also admit that they may be sharing their germs with you. If you want to keep your immune system at its best, diffuse Thieves, Purification, or RC. Thieves is also part of an entire line of products to keep your home super clean and fresh smelling!
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Holiday Scents & Wellness For Your Home At 24% Off Retail!!
So how do you bring all this wellness and amazingness into your own home for the season?I saved more than $100 over the retail prices by signing up with a Premium Starter Kit – a great deal by itself. But…my sponsor threw in all kinds of great freebies to help me learn how to use my oils. All of this was over a $300 retail value – and I got it for $160!
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CLICK HERE to get started creating Christmas essential oil blends in your home today!
If you want to read more about my journey with essential oils and how I use them in my home, you’ll find all my oily posts here.