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Essential Oils for Fall & Autumn

Cinnamon, Anise, Nutmeg and CloveAs Autumn brings forth its cooler temperatures and richly colored falling leaves, it's a perfect time to enjoy diffusing and blending with warming essential oils like ginger, cardamom, cinnamon and clove.

I've just published a new article on AromaWeb entitled Essential Oils for Fall & Autumn. It lists a collection of warming, spicy, resinous and woody essential oils and absolutes perfectly suited for this beautiful time of year. The article also offers tips on blending with spicier oils and includes a few example blends. If time permits, I soon hope to add a larger selection of Autumn and seasonal diffuser blends to AromaWeb's Recipe Box area.

Click Here to Read Essential Oils for Fall & Autumn on AromaWeb

Comments

sandra fellows

I love the smell of ginger, I think that will be my next purchase.
Nothing quite beats having the house smelling of Christmas.
I've just bought a Tisserand oil called Seasonal Joy and it smells absolutely divine... cinnamon, orange, nutmeg and cloves, yum! I've taken to putting it everywhere around my house, in my oil burner and on my radiators.

Wendy Robbins

Thanks for your comments, Sandra. Ginger is already becoming my favorite essential oil this autumn. I'm finding myself cooking more often with it as well. Oatmeal made with Red Mill rolled oats and cooked with a little grated fresh ginger, and topped off with a bit of ground cinnamon, clove and nutmeg. It's heavenly on a chilly fall morning.

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