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Our Favorite Ways to Use Christmas Wreath Essential Oil Blend

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In anticipation of the coming christmas-wreath-essential-oil-blendseason of joy and giving, we want to introduce a whimsically spirited blend that reminds us of the yummy smells that fill our homes during the winter months. Sugar and spice and everything nice is the order of the day with this blend of immune boosting Fir Needle, Cypress, Frankincense Serrata, Orange, and Cinnamon Bark. Christmas Wreath is particularly useful for cleansing and clearing the air and adding respiratory support during the time of year when congestion, cold and flu are rampant. The orangey-citrus component is also helpful for the rainy (or snowy) day blues during those months when everyone needs an extra boost of sunshine. Orange also lends its warmth and happiness to any space and is a great mood enhancer and spirit lifter.

Christmas Wreath has many awesome uses that we would love to share! Keep reading to discover some of the ways we implement this most festive blend into our daily lives.

  • Fill 2oz glass bottle ¾ of the way full with filtered water.
  • Add 1 teaspoon of Witch Hazel.
  • Add 15 to 20 drops of Christmas Wreath blend.

Shake and spray!

Add 5 drops of Christmas Wreath to your diffuser.

Sit back, close your eyes and enjoy the smell of gingerbread, freshly mulled cider and a fir tree decked in Christmas lights.

Blend 5 to 7 drops of Christmas Wreath with around 20 drops of your favorite carrier oil such as Argan or Meadowfoam.

Massage deeply into your muscles after bathing or taking a hot shower.

Simply put 2 to 4 drops of Christmas Wreath in your paper vacuum cleaner bag to fill your house with its cheery and cleansing scent.

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