Essential Oils Ideas for St. Patrick’s Day

 

St. Patrick’s Day comes at the time of the year when the winter season is coming to an end.  St. Patrick’s Day brings lively green color into or lives. When thinking about green a bit of us think about nature, feelings of calmness and relaxation. For this article Essential Oils Crafting Ideas for St. Patrick’s Day, we went with essential oils ides with nature in mind.

For some calmness and relaxing scent, I picked out these essential oils to use.

St. Patrick’s Day

Basil Essential Oil

Basil Essential Oils

Basil essential oil has a fresh, sweet, herbaceous scent.  Basil essential oil blends well with different essential oil types. The essential oils that blend well with Basil essential oil are citrus, herbal, woodsy and spicy base. Basil essential oil releases a pleasant, floral scent that is vibrant and a hint of licorice.

Bergamot Essential Oil

Bergamot essential oil grows on the Ivory Coast as well as the Calabria and Sicily region in Italy. Bergamot essential oil is used in aromatherapy treatments for its soothing effects. Bergamot essential oil has been used in perfumes for centuries for its sweet and flowery citrus scent. Bergamot essential oil has a gentle scent, spicy taste, and blends well with other essential oils.

Cedarwood Essential Oil

Cedarwood Essential Oils

Cedarwood essential oil is a coniferous tree oil. Cedarwood essential oil has long been used to support the respiratory system. Cedarwood essential oil woodsy scent is clean and refreshing. Cedarwood essential oil relaxes the body, helps with concentration, can relieve stress and ease tension.

Cypress Essential Oil

Cypress Essential Oil

Cypress essential oil has a woodsy, spicy, almost a lemony scent. Cypress essential oil is used for wellness and in religious ceremonies. Cypress essential oil has a rejuvenating aroma and supports healthy skin.

Eucalyptus Essential Oil

Eucalyptus Essential Oil

Eucalyptus essential oil is a widely used cure-all in its native Australia. Eucalyptus essential oil has a fir, fruity scent. Eucalyptus essential oil opens airways and can even repel insects. Eucalyptus essential oil blends well with rosemary and cardamom.

Lavender Essential Oil

Lavender Essential Oil

Lavender essential oil is the most diverse and popular of all essential oils. The lavender essential oil was used throughout history for just about everything from medical treatments to emotional benefits. The lavender essential oil has a herbaceous, sweet floral scent and a woodsy undertone. Lavender essential oil blends well with many other essential oil fragrances.

Lemon Essential Oil

Lemon Essential Oil

Lemon Essential Oil has a fresh and clean scent. Lemon Essential Oil may contribute to relaxation. Lemon Essential Oil blends well with other essential oils. The lemon essential oil can be used for an anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial.

Lime Essential Oil

Lime Essential Oil

The lime essential oil has an airy, refreshing, tart, and zesty scent. Lime essential oil can help with viral infections, increase appetite, reduces fever and many more. Lime essential oil does blend with other essential oils well.

Peppermint Essential Oil

Peppermint Essential Oil

Peppermint essential oil is an extremely popular and well-known essential oil.  Peppermint essential oil is wide use in the toothpaste and food industries. Peppermint essential oil has many medicinal, beauty and emotional uses. Peppermint essential oil, a hybrid of watermint and spearmint with a sharp menthol aroma that is pungent and powerful. Peppermint essential oil blends well with citrus, herbaceous and woodsy scents.

Sandalwood Essential Oil

Sandalwood Essential Oil

Sandalwood essential oil has a soft, sweet, woodsy scent. Sandalwood trees are parasitic trees that must be at least 30 years old to produce oil. Sandalwood essential oil has been used in religious ceremonies and medicine throughout history.

Wintergreen Essential Oil

Wintergreen essential oil is a synthetic methyl salicylate used for flavoring. It is not recommended that wintergreen essential oil be ingested. Wintergreen essential oil has a fresh, minty taste and fragrance. Wintergreen essential oil is the familiar taste in root beer.

 

Essential Oils Diffuser Recipes Ideas for St. Patrick’s Day

Essential Oils Diffuser

Bergamot Essential Oil and Lime Essential Oil

5 drops Bergamot Essential Oil

4 drops Lime Essential Oil

Cypress Essential Oil and Lavender Essential Oil

5 drops Cypress Essential Oil

5 drops Lavender Essential Oil

Lavender Essential Oil and Lemon Essential Oil

5 drops Lemon Essential Oil

5 drops Lavender Essential Oil

Essential Oils Inhaler / Steam Facial  Recipes Ideas for St. Patrick’s Day

Facial Steam Essential Oils

5 drops lemon essential oil

5 drops lavender essential oil

5 drops peppermint essential oil

4 drops peppermint essential oil

4 drops eucalyptus essential oil

2 drops lavender essential oil

2 drops lemon essential oil

5 drops bergamot essential oil

4 drops lime essential oil

3 drops lemon essential oil

Essential Oils Diffuser Pins or Jewelry Recipes Ideas for St. Patrick’s Day

1 or 2 drops of the essential oil from above.

Essential Oils Decorations Recipes Ideas for St. Patrick’s Day

2 or 3 drops of your favorite essential oil.

Essential Oils Salt Scrub/Bath Salts Recipes Ideas for St. Patrick’s Day

Bath Salts Essential Oils

Base

1 cup of Epsom salt.

½ cup baking soda.

Add color – add a couple of drops

Lavender Essential Oil and Lime Essential Oil

5 drops Lime Essential Oil

5 drops Lavender Essential Oil

Lavender Essential Oil and Lemon Essential Oil

5 drops Lemon Essential Oil

5 drops Lavender Essential Oil

I hope you liked the Essential Oils Ideas for St. Patrick’s Day. Peppermint Essential Oil can be exchanged for Wintergreen Essential Oil. Lemon Essential Oil and Lime Essential Oil can be switch around, too. Feel free to mix and match the recipes for the different applications. St. Patrick’s Day can be entertaining with all the creative ideas using essential oils.

Warning 

The product should be diluted with a carrier oil is recommended. Diffusing or inhaling this product is generally recognized as safe (GRAS) by the FDA. If pregnant or under medical care, please consult with your physician before use. Not intended for internal use unless recommended by a healthcare professional.

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