One of our most popular posts ever here on Fresh Mommy Blog is our 15 Must Try Essential Oil Diffuser Recipes. It’s also been our most pinned post, and I can see why! Besides making a home smell amazing, there are so many therapeutic benefits to running a diffuser filled with a favorite mixture of essential oils in your space.

On my quest to use scented candles less, a diffuser not only helps me in this effort, I can also choose oils based on my ever-changing mood or the always adjusting needs of my family (i.e. sleepy kids, high stress situations, colds, etc).

So today I’m sharing my 15 Most Effective Essential Oil Diffuser Recipes for a healthy winter season!

15 Most Effective Essential Oil Diffuser Recipes for a Healthy Winter Season

Beat the Winter Blues

Adding these oils together creates a mood boosting blend that to beat those winter blues. 10 drops Orange + 5 drops Cedarwood + 1 drop Ylang Ylang  

Take a Winter’s Nap

One of my favorite ways to fall asleep is with Cedarwood, it slows me right down. I rub it on my big toes at night and diffuse as well. 4 drops Cedarwood + 3 drops Lavender + 3 drops Orange + 1 drop Shield (Similar to Thieves or Defense)

Warm Woods Walk

Calming and grounding. 4 drops Myrrh + 3 drops Frankincense + 3 drops Cedarwood

Just Breathe

Use this blend for great protection, to boost respiratory function and to help clear congestion–especially during cold and flu season. 2 drops Lemon + 1 drop Lime + 2 drops Peppermint + 1 drop Rosemary + 2 drops Eucalyptus + 1 drop Clove

Clean and Fresh

A slightly invigorating scent while at the same time will calm the nerves. It will also leave your space smelling like you’ve been cleaning. 4 drops Lavender + 3 drops Orange + 3 drops Cedarwood + 1 drop Shield

Citrus Refresher

Use this blend to clean and purify the air and leave your place smelling citrus-y fresh. 2 drops Lemon + 2 drops Orange + 2 drops Grapefruit

Gingerbread

A slightly invigorating scent while at the same time will calm the nerves. It will also leave your space smelling like you’ve been cleaning. 4 drops Ginger + 3 drops Clove + 1 drop Cinnamon

Winter Boost

Boost your mood, energy and immunity with this diffuser blend. 3 drops Shield + 3 drops Peppermint 

Wise Gifts

Let the gifts of Christmas linger long past the festivities with this cleansing, grounding and boosting blend. 4 drops Orange + 5 drops Frankincense + 4 drops Myrrh

Walking in a Winter Wonderland

A slightly sweet, slightly woodsy and slightly spicy blend… just try it, you’ll love it. 4 Peppermint + 3 drops Bergamot + 2 drops Cypress

Sunshine on the Snow

Blend these to instantly brighten your day. 4 drops Orange + 3 drops Lavender + 4 drops Grapefruit

Cold Buster

Open sinuses and win the cold war with this diffuser blend. 3 drops Lavender + 2 drops Geranium + 1 drop Rosemary + 1 drop Melaleuca

We’ve also been using these 3 already-prepared winter blends from Spark Naturals! I’ll list the Essential Oil Diffuser Recipes here or you can get them ready-to-use while they’re available for a limited time.

Lover’s Blend

Fill the air with love, this blend is perfect for any relaxing or romantic occasion.  Cedarwood + Wild Orange + Sandalwood + Ylang Ylang 

New Beginnings

Designed to give you the energy you need to start a new goal. This blend of  will help you feel energized and ready to start your day. Rosemary + Lavender + Bergamot

Winter Blues

The cold winter months got you down? Diffuse Winter Blues throughout your day to get you feeling energized and happy. Wild Orange + Lavender + Frankincense

Want to win a Sirq diffuser and a Winter Blend Trio for your own home?! Just enter below!

Diffuser and Winter Essential Oil Blend Giveaway

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I’m confident using essential oils from Spark Naturals.  Their 100% pure oils are not processed, diluted or manipulated in any way with solvents or other additives. For a 10% discount, use code FRESHMOMMY for any order at Spark Naturals! Think this post is worth a read? Please share… I’d greatly appreciate it!

 *Disclaimer: I am not a medical professional. None of the information on this blog is intended to cure, treat, or heal any disease. Please use essential oils at your own risk with lots of common sense. Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links.
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