Essential OilsEssential Oil Spray Recipes That Heal And Soothe

Essential Oil Spray Recipes That Heal And Soothe

This collection of essential oil spray recipes that heal and soothe contain potent medicinal properties that are a versatile part of a natural medicine cabinet.

Essential Oil Spray Recipes That Heal And Soothe

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This collection of essential oil spray recipes provide you with the soothing and healing quantities that you love in essential oils.

Have the satisfaction of making your own favorite essential oil spray for any feeling or mood you want to produce for yourself or in others.

The essential oil sprays are so easy to make that you can have all of your favorites with you no matter where you go.

You get the added benefit of knowing what goes into your essential oil spray. You chose the contents that are just right for you. You have no worries about allergic reactions to unknown chemicals that may be contained in commercial sprays.

You stay safe and healthy and get that emotional and health boost that you love from essential oils. You also get to try your own blends that not only give you the boost you want but let you be as creative as you are.

You smell great and feel wonderful for pennies compared to store bought essential oil sprays. We can provide misting spray bottles for you too.

The following are a few of our natural essential oil recipes.

These steps need to be understood so that you get the best quality spray that works all of the time.

1) The Epsom salts act as an emulsifier. This means the oil and water stays mixed at the perfect consistency. The salts will not harm you and you do not get lumpy spray that clings to the bottle.

2) Use distilled water. The minerals in tap water can produce a salt with some of the oil ingredients. This makes clumps in the mist and clogs the spray.

3) Epsom salt goes in the bottle first. The oils go in next. You top the bottle off with water and shake to mix.


Antibacterial Cleaning Spray – 15 drops Lemon, 5 drops Eucalyptus, 2 tablespoons Witch Hazel – spray on surface and wipe off in circle motion

Itch Be Gone Spray – 10 drops Lavender, 5 drops Tea Tree, 5 drops Frankincense and 2 Tablespoons of Witch Hazel – spray on itchy skin and let air dry

Sleepy Time Pillow MistLavender 15 drops and Chamomile 5 drops. Spray pillows 10 to 15 minutes before bedtime.

Clean Linen Spray – 10 drops Lavender , 10 drops Grapefruit  and  5 drops Tea Tree. Let linen air dry after spray.

Refreshing Room Spray – 8 drops Eucalyptus, 8 drops Sweet Orange , and Lavender 4 drops.

Mood MistChamomile 10 drops,  6 drops Sweet Orange, and 4 drops Ylang Ylang . Lighten your mood with a spray in the air or on your body.

Calming SprayLavender 10 drops, Bergamot 5 drops, and Frankincense 5 drops. Spray on body as need to stay calm.

Passion SprayGeranium 10 drops ,  5 drops Ylang Ylang,  Clove 5 drops , and 5 drops Wild Orange . Spray around your body to ignite passion.

Hot Flash Cooling Spray – 15 drops Peppermint, 5 drops Sage, 1 tablespoon Witch Hazel – Spray on your wrists

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Melissa Francis
Melissa Francis
Greetings! I'm Melissa Francis, the founder and primary contributor to The Homestead Survival. With over 20 years of experience in homesteading, sustainability, and emergency preparedness, I've dedicated my life to helping others achieve a simpler, more self-reliant lifestyle.

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