• Happy Essential Oil Blend Recipe for Mood Lifting and Gratitude

    Posted on February 22, 2013 by in Health and Wellness

    happyblendrecipeThis is such a great blend recipe. I LOVE it!  It just makes me happy!

    It includes these oils:

    Bergamot: Has restorative and calming properties, it is uplifting and invites individuals to see life with more optimism.

    Grapefruit: Has a fresh invigorating and uplifting aroma. It helps teach respect and honor for the body.

    Ylang Ylang: Is effective for lifting mood as well as giving feelings of calmness and peace. Helps allow emotional healing of the heart.

    Cypress: Is an energizing oil and a great oil to use during times of change. It works in the heart and mind to create flexibility.

    Frankincense: Helps with relaxation, mood enhancement, and immune support. It invites the individual to let go of negativity and look for new perspectives, truth, and light.

    Ginger: Ginger is warming, empowering, and helps to powerfully persuade the individual to be fully present and experience life.

    Recipe for the blend:
    • 20 drops Bergamot
    • 10 drops Grapefruit
    • 10 drops Cypress
    • 10 Drops Frankincense
    • 5 drops Ylang Ylang
    • 2 drops Ginger
    • Fractionated Coconut Oil

    Combine all essential oils in a clean roller bottle (fill the remainder with FCO if needed) and apply topically or combine & diffuse as you would other essential oil blends.

    via (aromaweb.com)

4 Responses so far.

  1. Laura says:

    This sounds like a very interesting blend. I love the way you describe Grapefruit as ” helps teach respect and honor for the body.” I never thought of it that way. Now I can understand why it is important in so many blends.

    Your description of the oils is very interesting. I like how you bring the personal aspect into the oils rather than simply “good to help the skin” – you add a personal intuitive aspect. Thanks.

    ~Laura Kelland-May

  2. Gina Arkell says:

    What size roller bottle would this go into?

  3. Teresa says:

    Thanks, I must make this blend.