Essential Oil Scent Combinations to Boost Your Day!

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When you’re first getting started with essential oils it can sometimes be difficult to know which combinations are best for different desired effects. For example, you wouldn’t want to diffuse oils that tend to help you relax at the end of the night if you’re trying to gear up for a busy day.

So…I’ve been playing around with different oil combinations in my diffuser over the past month and created the above graphic as a reference on what to diffuse to help to give a boost your day! Remember, a diffuser full of water will run for hours so if you’re wanting to switch out the oil that you’re diffusing in a hour or two, you can always only fill your diffuser half full of water and use half of the desired drops of oil.

Of course there are hundreds of Young Living oils to choose from, and I’m always having fun trying out different combinations. I’d love to hear what oils are your favorites to diffuse throughout the day! :)


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Want to know more about Essential Oils? Check out these posts…

How I Got Started with Essential Oils: My Story

Why I Chose Young Living Essential Oils

How to Get More Restful Sleep with Essential Oils

Essential Oil for Stress and More

10 Uses for Lavender Essential Oil from Young Living: Anxiety, Burns and More!

How I Used Essential Oils to Beat a Cold Quickly

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