When most people think of aromatherapy they think about relaxation. They reach for their essential oils to clear their minds and calm their spirit.
But sometimes I’m just a little too relaxed and tired and worn out.
It’s then that I reach for an Energizing Diffuser Blend recipe to put some pep in my step and help me finish the day strong!
How can you know if a combination is going to smell great diffused?
You don’t have to start out by pouring them into your diffuser. Convince yourself that you are going to love this blend by giving it a sniff right out of the bottle. Open the bottles and hold them in your hands together. Then pass them about 6 inches under your nose and inhale smoothly and deeply. You’ll know if it’s the right blend for your mood. If that one didn’t strike your fancy, don’t give up. Just move to the next combination or sub out another essential oil. It’s all up to you. These are just a few ideas to get you started.
Take a look at some of our favorite Energizing Diffuser Blend Recipes:
Thyme and Tangerine Essential Oils
Don’t be fooled by what you think of thyme. It’s not just for soups and comfort foods. This blend makes the room feel fresh, airy, and invigorated. Try this blend to push from winter to spring!
- 3 drops Tangerine Essential Oil
- 1 drop Thyme Essential Oil
Idaho Balsam Fir, Cypress, and Bergamot Essential Oils
This combination of essential oils is like a brisk breath of the forest with all the energy of nature. It makes me think of the rush of completing a satisfying hike.
- 1 drop Idaho Balsam Fir Essential Oil
- 1 drop Cypress Essential Oil
- 1 drop Bergamot Essential Oil
Grapefruit, Lemon, and Peppermint Essential Oils
Everyone will love this blend. No joke. It’s perfect for encouraging the whole house to push through and accomplish what needs to be done. It’s perfect for when you need everyone to finish their chores or pick up the pace on a lazy morning
- 1 drop Grapefruit Essential Oil
- 1 drop Lemon Essential Oil
- 1 drop Peppermint Essential Oil
Black Pepper and Rosemary Essential Oils
Reach for this blend when you need to prepare for a test or impress your in-laws. The bright aroma will help you focus on the task at hand and reach your goals with mental alertness.
- 2 drops Black Pepper Essential Oil
- 1 drop Rosemary Essential Oil
Lemongrass, Eucalyptus Radiata, and Rosemary Essential Oils
When I need a deep breath and energy to move on, I reach for this blend. It’s bright and lively. The aroma is green and bright with an uplifting feel.
- 1 drop Lemongrass Essential Oil
- 1 drop Eucalyptus Radiata Essential Oil
- 1 drop Rosemary Essential Oil
Orange, Cinnamon Bark, and Nutmeg Essential Oils
Truthfully, this blend reminds me of breakfast muffins in the morning. It makes me feel well-rested and ready for the next task.
- 2 drops Orange Essential Oil
- 1 drop Cinnamon Bark Essential Oil
- 1 drop Nutmeg Essential Oil
Palo Santo and Sacred Frankincense Essential Oils
This blend is a real treat and probably one of my new favorites. It’s sweet without being flowery. It’s rich without being overpowering. It lifts my spirit and makes me feel in the moment.
- 2 drops Palo Santo Essential Oil
- 1 drop Sacred Frankincense Essential Oil
If you’d like to expand your essential oil usage to encourage increased energy and clarity then use these recipes for Energizing Diffuser Blends!
Be sure you are effectively using your essential oil diffusers by checking out our free Comprehensive Diffuser Guide here!
Check out our Make & Take Party Printable Pack that features Emotional Support Roller Blends for Energizing here!
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