40 Most popular fall diffuser blends

 

 

Fall is a time when most people want their homes to smell warm and cozy.  Diffusing essential oils is the perfect way to get that warm, cozy, inviting scent and feeling into your home.  In addition to making your home warm and cozy, they provide immense health benefits.  Of course, you can diffuse any essential oils for health benefits, but let’s learn the best fall diffuser blends to boost your health and make your home smell amazing.

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Candles Versus Essential Oils

Many of those delicious smelling candles that give that warm glow in your home are also emitting harmful, toxic carcinogens into the air you breathe.  Candles also leave a black film on your walls and ceilings, and, of course, they’re a fire hazard.

Pure essential oils, on the other hand, emit healing compounds into the air you breathe.  So, the choice is yours.  You have many options available to you to make your home smell warm and cozy this fall.  Will you choose to fill your home with toxic chemicals or healing compounds?

Health Benefits of Fall Diffuser Blends

The essential oils in the fall diffuser blends listed below are perfect for fall and winter because they are especially helpful in boosting your immune system.  Many of the oils in the fall diffuser blends are seasonal oils.  Remember, Mother Nature doesn’t make mistakes.  She provides us with what we need when we need it.  The plants abundant in the fall season are specially designed by Mother Nature to help keep us healthy during the fall and winter.

I do believe very strongly that all of us and all of the other things in the context of our planet with Mother Nature, all of these things absolutely have a profound effect.

Kiefer Sutherland

Related Article >>> Top 5 Essential Oils for Immune Support <<<

What are the Best Essential Oils to Use?

You need to do your homework and find a company that sells pure essential oils.  Unfortunately, you can’t just go by the label or packaging.  You really do have to do your own research.  I’ve done my work, and I choose doTerra.  I’ve used many different brands from many different sources.  Now, I only use doTerra.

The oils in the fall diffuser blends below are doTerra oils.  You might need to make some substitutions if you’re using different oils.  Also, you might need to make a substitution if you don’t have a particular oil.  No worries.  Use your imagination.  You really can’t mess this up.

If a recipe calls for Siberian Fir or Douglas Fir, use whatever fir oil you have.  If you don’t have a fir oil, use another tree oil.

You can substitute cinnamon for cassia and vice versa.  If a recipe calls for both oils, just use more of the one you do have.

You can substitute tangerine with wild orange and vice versa.  You can also use clementine or green mandarin.

You can also play around with cedarwood, sandalwood, and arborvitae.  They have similar woody, grounding scents.

Don’t be afraid to experiment.  You might come up with a combination you can’t live without.

How Many Drops Should You Put in the Diffuser?

That depends on how big your diffuser is, and how strong of a scent you prefer.  Remember, you really can’t mess this up.  If you’re new to essential oils or particularly sensitive to smells, start with a lesser amount and gradually increase over time.

If you’ve been using essential oils for a long time and prefer a strong scent, add more oils.  Just try to keep with the proportions of the recipes.

For most typical size diffusers, six total drops a good place to start.  That is what the majority of the fall diffuser blends below have.  If you have a large diffuser, you can start with 12-15 drops of essential oils.

You can also enjoy diffused essential oils when you’re out and about with beautiful essential oils necklaces and bracelets.  *Hint– these also make great gifts for your natural-minded, essential loving friends and family members.

 

Fall Diffuser Blends

40 Fall Diffuser Blends

I left out the word drops after every number to save time and space.  I also linked each oil to a doTerra page for more information about the oil.  You can also purchase an oil from the link.  If you’re interested in learning more about doTerra essential oils, we should talk.  I can help you find the solutions that best work for your family and save you time and money.

 

Fall Leaves

2 Siberian Fir

2 Cedarwood

2 Frankincense

 

Oatmeal Cookie

2 Cedarwood

2 Cassia

3 Wild Orange

 

Gratitude

2 Cheer

2 Citrus Bliss

2 Cinnamon

 

Sweater Weather

1 Ginger

1 Frankincense

4 Wild Orange

 

Sweet Autumn

2 Bergamot

3 Cedarwood

1 Rosemary

 

Apple Pie

2 Cinnamon

2 Doulas Fir

3 Citrus Bliss

 

Crisp Autumn Spice

4 Cardamom

2 Wild Orange

1 Clove

1 Cinnamon

 

Gingersnap Cookie

3 Ginger

2 Cassia

2 Clove

 

Happy Thanksgiving

4 Holiday Joy

3 Clove

3 Lemon

 

Autumn Leaves

2 Arborvitae

2 Cardamom

2 Cassia

 

Autumn Invitation

3 Wild Orange

1 Ginger

1 Clove

2 Frankincense

 

Happy Harvest

3 Tangerine

2 Cinnamon

1 Clove

 

Walk in the Woods

4 Cypress

2 Siberian Fir

2 Sandalwood

 

Autumn Lane

2 Balance

2 Siberian Fir

1 Cedarwood

 

Pumpkin Spice

3 Clove

2 Cassia

1 Ginger

1 Cardamom

1 Tangerine

 

Apple Orchard

2 Frankincense

2 Copaiba

2 Douglas Fir

 

Spiced Chai

2 Cheer

2 Cassia

2 Citrus Bliss

1 Motivate

 

Autumn Hues

1 Wild Orange

2 Douglas Fir

2 Cinnamon

3 Cardamom

 

October Breeze

2 Siberian Fir

2 Cinnamon

2 Doulas Fir

1 Clove

 

Chill in the Air

3 OnGuard

3 Wild Orange

 

Blanket Weather

2 Douglas Fir

2 Holiday Joy

1 Myrrh

 

Joyful Gathering

2 Cedarwood

2 Frankincense

3 Wild Orange

 

Crisp Leaves

2 Ginger

3 Wild Orange

1 Patchouli

 

Cornucopia

3 Cinnamon

2 Lemon

2 Cedarwood

 

Harvest Moon

3 Bergamot

2 Cedarwood

1 Cardamom

 

Orange Spice

4 Wild Orange

1 Cinnamon

1 Cardamom

 

Hay Ride

1 Clove

4 Lemon

2 Frankincense

 

Spooky Boo

2 Clove

2 Frankincense

2 Patchouli

1 Spikenard

 

Cinnamon Buns

2 Wild Orange

2 Cinnamon

2 Cardamom

 

Cool Outdoors

2 Cypress

2 Bergamot

2 Siberian Fir

 

Sweet Cider

2 Cassia

2 Patchouli

2 Wild Orange

 

Chai Latte

3 Cardamom

2 Cinnamon

2 Clove

1 Ginger

 

Sweet Fall

4 Bergamot

3 Cedarwood

 

Fall Wreath

2 Peppermint

2 Douglas Fir

1 Eucalyptus

1 Rosemary

1 Tea Tree

 

Crisp Morning

2 Grapefruit

2 Wild Orange

2 Basil

 

Fall Rain

1 Lavender

2 Bergamot

3 Clary Sage

 

Crisp and Clear

1 Patchouli

1 Sandalwood

2 Citrus Bliss

2 Ylang Ylang

 

Orange Pomander

2 Wild Orange

2 Clove

2 Rosemary

 

Happy Halloween

2 Siberian Fir

1 Lavender

2 Patchouli

1 Frankincense

 

Fall Bliss

3 OnGuard

2 Siberian Fir

1 Douglas Fir

 

I saved the best for last.  Fall Bliss is my absolute favorite.  The combination of warm citrus spice with cool fir is so soothing to my soul.

Diffusing essential oils is one simple, effective and fun way to stay healthy during the fall and winter.  The good news is there are many more ways to stay healthy using all-natural methods.  Learn more here.

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2 Comments

  1. Yolanda on October 26, 2020 at 1:19 pm

    Can’t wait to try some of these! I might even use some of these blends to make a bathroom spray!

    • Shellie Lynn on November 2, 2020 at 10:56 am

      What a great idea! You can make pretty bottles of room sprays and put them all over your home

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