Fall Diffuser Blend Recipes

Fall Diffuser Recipes to bring the aroma of Autumn indoors.Fall is a beautiful time of the year. Nature displays vibrant colors, the weather changes, family gatherings, and wonderful aromas from the kitchen. You can diffuse essential oils to capture your favorite seasonal scent in your own home without turning on the oven or burning toxic candles.

Aromatherapy using specific diffuser blends are a perfect way to make your home feel fresh and energized or calm and less stressful at any time of the year. The diffusing process works the same in the fall, just as it does in the summer or winter.

Better Than a Candle

Some think burning a scented candle is just as good as diffusing essential oils. Unfortunately, research links scented candles to serious health risks. From lung disease to birth defects, scented candles can harm our health. You may already be aware that folks with allergies can have a reaction to the intense scent of a candle or other strong fragrances. Be aware the candle can affect you, even if you don’t light it! Those same offending pollutants become airborne by simple evaporation.

The coughing, sneezing and stuffy, running nose are from the body’s reaction to fragrance in the candle. It’s the body’s defense against germs – your immune system is overreacting to the irritant. So why doesn’t your body react the same when you encounter these aromas in nature? The candle’s scent is a synthetic attempt to reproduce what occurs naturally. The body responds differently to synthetic and natural stimuli.

So, what can you do to make your home smell great? Diffuse essential oils!

Diffusers are a little like a humidifier in that they both break up cool water particles into the air. However, a humidifier adds moisture to the room. A diffuser breaks down an essential oil into micro molecules and projects them into the air. As the oils break down, they release natural ozone. They also freshen and improve the quality of the air. And because essential oils smell great they add a great aroma to the air!

A diffuser is a safer and healthier way to make a room smell great. It’s safer because you are not releasing pollutants into the air. It’s healthier because many essential oils have properties that can kill airborne bacteria, in addition to smelling great.

Fall Diffuser Blends

A while back we posted some summer ‘recipes.’ Now, with fall upon us, we thought it time to add some more diffuser recipes to the list.

Mixing essential oils is an excellent way to create a unique aroma in your home – safely. Here are just a few ‘recipes’ you can use to recreate nature’s unique aroma indoors with a diffuser and a mix of essential oils. Just add the number of drops shown for the listed oils to your favorite diffuser and enjoy!

Autumn MeadowsdoTERRA Pedal personal diffuser

  • 4 drops Douglas Fir
  • 2 drops Cypress
  • 2 drops Patchouli
  • 2 drops Juniper Berry

Ginger Snaps

  • 4 drops Ginger
  • 2 drops Cassia
  • 2 drops Cinnamon

Fall Harvest

  • 4 drops Cedarwood
  • 3 drops Cassia
  • 3 drops Wild Orange
  • 2 drops Juniper Berry

Spooky Boo (Halloween)

  • 2 drops Clove
  • 2 drops Frankincense
  • 3 drops Patchouli
  • 2 drops Spikenard

Warm Pumpkin Spice

  • 3 drops Cinnamon
  • 3 drops Ginger
  • 2 drops Clove
  • 2 drops Cardamom

Apple Orchard

  • 3 drops Douglas Fir
  • 3 drops Citrus Bliss
  • 2 drops Cinnamon Bark
  • 1 drop Clove

Evening by the Fire

  • 3 drops Douglas Fir
  • 3 drops Frankincense
  • 2 drops Sandalwood
  • 2 drops Lavender
  • 4 drops Wild Orange

Try these ‘recipes’ and see if you don’t think they create an aroma that is better than a synthetic candle. Be sure to use an essential oil that is certified pure. Many essential oils are diluted with ‘fillers’ which can alter their natural aroma.

If you’re interested in creating an inviting aroma safely in your home all year, click below to get our previous diffuser recipes as well as more fall recipes.

Previous Diffuser Recipes

Seasonal Diffuser Recipe Blends