Megan (jehoshabeath) wrote,
Megan
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Essential Oil Blends

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I wanted to start a post where I can keep track of essential oil blends that I like. The first one is in the photo.

Blends

"Midday Glow" - Black Pepper, Sweet Orange, and Lavender
"Moonlight Clearing" - Tea Tree, Cedarwood, Atlas Cedar
"Autumn Gleam" - Black Pepper, Tea Tree
"Welcome Home, Traveler" blend - Texas Cedarwood and Black Pepper
"Edge of the Treeline" - Rosemary (4), Texas Cedarwood (4), Virginia Cedarwood (1), Tea Tree (2)
"Glen-edge Stream" - Tea Tree (4), Black Pepper (4), Rosemary (2)
"Shade Hammock Blend" - Frankincense, Rosemary, and Cedarwood in equal parts (help for sore throat)
"Deep Forest Dream" - Cedarwood, Frankincense, Rosemary, Cypress
"Even Ground" - Cedarwood and Rosemary
"Clear River" - Vetiver and Grapefruit
Anti-congestion blend - Cypress, Grapefruit, Cedarwood
Anti-congestion single - Frankincense
Monthly blend - Cypress, Black Pepper, Cedarwood

Single Oils that I currently like

Top Notes: Grapefruit, Orange, Tea Tree
Middle Notes: Black Pepper, Rosemary, Cypress, Lavender (in very small amounts)
Base Notes: Cedarwood, Vetiver

Notes

Lavender is too strong for me, but I like one drop of it in some of my blends.
Grapefruit is best by itself or with a subtle base note.
Rosemary is best by itself, too, since it has such a strong and cleansing scent. I'm learning how to blend it now.
Frankincense and Atlas Cedar are too strongly sweet for me by themselves. Maybe they could be added to the right blends?
Frankincense seems very soothing and pleasant to me when I have a cold/flu.
Cypress and Mhyrr keep me awake.
Cypress seems like a weak scent - maybe I'll try combining it with my mid-day blends.
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