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The Orange Cider essential oil blend has a complex aroma that’s partly sweet, partly herbaceous, and partly spicy. Interestingly, that complex aroma is acquired by adding together just 3 essential oils – Sweet Orange, Clove and Rosemary.
The aroma of this blend is distinctly different from the other more woodsy aromas that we tend to favor during fall. It’s a good blend to add to your diffuser when you want something different.
Recipe for Orange Cider Diffuser Blend
2 drops Sweet Orange
2 drops Clove
2 drops Rosemary
Add all oils into your diffuser.
Orange essential oil imbues the blend with its distinctive fruity scent, which is often desired during the fall season. It keeps the aroma subtle without overpowering you with the other scents that are used.
Rosemary has an herbaceous light scent that works very well with the fruity aroma of orange.
Clove provides a little bit of spiciness to the scent that offsets and other sweet and herbaceous aromas.
Note: Clove essential oil has a very strong scent. If you prefer lighter scents, substitute clove with another oil from the spicy family. Cinnamon or cardamom are great alternatives.
This is a great essential oil blend to put in a diffuser and provide aromatherapy benefits while getting the scent of fall and citrus in your home.
How to Use Your Newly Made Orange Cider Essential Oil Blend
Adding a few drops in your diffuser is, of course, the easiest and fastest way to enjoy the aroma of your customized Orange Cider Blend. Diffusing the blend also to get the benefits of the oils used in the blend.
Remember, you have to use a diffuser for large spaces if you are diffusing the blend in a spacious room. In a smaller room, you can use any one of these smaller-capacity ultrasonic diffusers or you can even use it with your homemade reed diffuser.
You don’t have to restrict yourself to only using this blend in your diffuser though.
You can use it to make a scented fall-themed wreath or to make scented pinecones that can be placed in any room.
How about making these fabulous and easy-to-make fall scented room sprays.
Do you love making your own scented candles to give away as gifts or to use in your home? Why not make a batch of beeswax candles with this Orange Cider Blend for yourself and to give away as gifts. Making your own beeswax candles is surprisingly easy.
Looking for More Fall-Scented Blends? Introducing the ‘Fresh For Fall’ Collection
Every year Plant Therapy introduces a new line of fall-scented products, all of which are just perfect for the season.
In this year’s ‘Fresh For Fall’ line, you’ll find an interesting array of diffuser blends, lip balms, candles, and more.
These are the six fall blends included in the Feels Like Fall set- Maple Bar, Pumpkin Pie, Harvest Moon, Fall Rain, Apple Orchard, and Autumn Breeze. The bottles come packed in a gift box with a beautifully designed autumn-themed sleeve. They make great gifts for any occasion and are especially great for Thanksgiving or as hostess gifts.
In addition to fall-scented blends, Plant Therapy has also included a few all-natural body care products scented with fall blends. The Body Butters and Body Crèmes in Maple Leaf and Pumpkin Pie scents are great for your skin during this time of the year.
The Fall Flavors Set Of Lip Balms with Maple Bar, Caramel, and Candy Apple scents is hands down my favorite product. Containing Meadowfoam Carrier Oil, Shea Butter, Vitamin E, Beeswax, and other natural ingredients, this lip balm is conditioning, moisturizing, and rich in antioxidants. It feels good and has a delicious creamy flavor that is sure to remind you of your favorite doughnut.
Here are some more easy fall recipes so can create your own customized blends to use during fall – Pumpkin Spice, Chai Tea, Festive Halloween, Fruity Orchard, Crisp Autumn Air, Fallen Leaves
Disclaimer: This information is not intended to serve as medical advice. Please consult your doctor before using any natural medication or if you experience any unusual symptoms. See Full Disclaimer here.