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Top 5 Oils to Diffuse For Newbies

New to diffusing and don't know which essential oils to diffuse? We've narrowed it down for you!


1. Lavender:


Diffuse Lavender to enjoy its signature floral scent and to help create a tranquil environment. Lavender is wonderful to diffuse when feeling stressed. A member of the mint family, Lavender, is native to the Mediterranean and its oil contains cleansing and antioxidant properties. Lavender’s key constituents included: Linalyl acetate, Linalool.




2. Orange:

Orange essential oil, known as liquid sunshine, can be diffused to cleanse the air of any room. Its sweet, uplifting aroma can brighten any room. Diffuse this oil when in need of a bit of sunshine or uplifting. The orange tree is native to Asia but is now grown all over the world. These trees can reach a height of 30 feet. Orange’s key constituents include Limonene, Myrcene.




3. Lemon:


When diffusing lemon oil, a fresh, zesty, citrus aroma is released filled with antioxidants which can help neutralize unpleasant odors. The garbage got left for too long, or cooking fish smelt up the kitchen? Diffuse lemon essential oil. The lemon tree is originally from Asia and wasn’t common in Europe until the 16th century. Key constituents of Lemon include Limonene, Gamma-terpinene, Beta-pinene.


4. Eucalyptus:

Diffusing eucalyptus creates an invigorating aroma that refreshes and stimulates—diffuse eucalyptus to wake up your mind and senses. Eucalyptus can also be diffused for a clearer breathing experience. Give yourself a spa-like experience without leaving your home by diffusing eucalyptus essential oil. The Eucalyptus tree is now commonly grown in China but originated in Australia. Eucalyptus’ key constituents include Eucalyptol, Alpha-pinene, Limonene.


5. Peppermint:


When diffusing peppermint oil, an invigorating aroma is released, which can help create a focused environment. Diffuse peppermint when needing to stay focus or complete a project, or simply to stay awake! The peppermint plant is originally from Europe. Now more than three-quarters of the world’s supply is grown in the United States. 1 pound of the leaves and flowering tops of the peppermint plant are steam distilled to produce a 15 ml bottle of Peppermint essential oil. Peppermint’s key constituents include Menthol, Menthone, Menthofuran,1.8-Cineole (Eucalyptol), Isomenthone, Neomenthol, and Menthyl acetate.

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