Top Essential Oils for the Holidays!
Posted by Kathy Sadowski on on Nov 7th 2022
Tis the season to enjoy aromas! As it gets cold outside, you and your loved ones are likely spending more time indoors. Here are three good reasons to spread the holiday cheer with essential oils!
- Impress your house guests with some aromatherapy.
- Improve the mood with boosting scents or calming aromas.
- They make great little gifts and are especially good stocking stuffers.
Here are the top essential oils for the holidays. Included are 12 favorite essential oil blends and 12 of our most popular single notes. Whether you are giving thanks, enjoying Diwali, Kwanzaa, Hanukkah, or Christmas, or ringing in the New Year…these essential oils will enhance the festivities in a variety of ways.
Top 12 Aromatherapy Blends
- Breathe Well Blend – It provides respiratory support, especially if you have the sniffles. Includes essential oils of eucalyptus, hyssop, myrtle, sage, spruce, and thyme.
- Calming Blend – Take some time to relax amidst all the hustle and bustle with a blend of cedarwood, frankincense, geranium, lavender, marjoram, orange, and rose.
- Celebrate Blend – Let joy and bliss waft thru the air with essential oils of cinnamon, clove, orange, patchouli, and spruce.
- Citrus Blend – Brighten your day with the scents of citrus including lime, orange, and tangerine.
- Energizing Herb Blend – Awakening herbal notes transform fatigue into liveliness. This blend includes basil, cypress, juniper berry, lemongrass, orange, rosemary, and vetiver.
- Evergreen Blend – Breathe in the aromas and imagine a forest hike among fir, pine and spruce trees.
- Muscle Warm Blend – Have you been sled riding or shoveling snow? Provide your muscles with some warming relief with bay, black pepper, chamomile, ginger, cinnamon, juniper, rosemary, and wintergreen.
- Personal Defense Blend – Give your immunity a boost. Includes essential oils of allspice, angelica, cajeput, clove, lavandin, myrtle, niaouli, nutmeg, lemon tea tree, and thyme.
- Refreshing Blend – Freshen the air with a pleasant mix of eucalyptus radiata, lemon, lemongrass, myrtle, and litsea cubeba.
- Romance Blend – Light some fire and spark some love! This blend includes a lively and seductive blend of grapefruit, lavender, orange, sage, patchouli, and ylang ylang.
- Take Five Blend – Calm the kids with a peaceful combination of lavender, mandarin orange, marjoram, roman chamomile, and spikenard.
- Yuzu Blend – A blend of clementine, orange, and tangerine inspires the scent of yuzu citrus.
Top 12 Aromatherapy Single Notes
- Bergamot – Tis the season to be jolly with the fresh and uplifting citrus notes of this citrus essential oil.
- Bulgarian Lavender – Soothe tension and promote restfulness with this famously relaxing floral essential oil.
- Cinnamon Leaf – A small bit of this warm spice will awaken your senses!
- Eucalyptus Radiata – Experience the breath opening and air cleansing benefits of eucalyptus with this variety that offers subtle lemon and floral notes.
- Fir Needle – Oh Tannenbaum…this essential oil smells just like a Christmas tree!
- Frankincense – Spread the gift of meditation and sacred tranquility with this resinous scent.
- Juniper Berry – Have some fruity evergreen fun with this uplifting aroma.
- Lemon – This well-known citrus oil is energizing, uplifting, and room deodorizing.
- Palmarosa – Smells soothingly like roses with a touch of green.
- Peppermint – Enjoy a bit of refreshing mint to help open the sinuses and boost alertness.
- Rosemary – Cleanse the energy with this camphoraceous herb.
- Spruce Needle - Offers a subtle refreshingly green and woody scent.
Essential oils can help you, your friends, and family add some holiday cheer or get some much-needed relaxation. This article suggested a mix of 24 favorite blends and single notes to try.
Are you looking for something uniquely special? Aromaland offers over 200 quality essential oils for you to consider!
Note: Dilute properly before use. Some essential oils may be contraindicated with certain medical conditions. Ask your doctor if you have questions. This information has not been reviewed by the FDA and is not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure a disease.