0 Posted by - July 19, 2016 - Home and Family

Diffusion By Rooms

Cold air diffusion is a powerful tool when it comes to using essential oils. Not only does diffusion help a room smell amazing, diffusion helps suspend oil constituents in the air where they can support all who enter, both physically and emotionally.  Let’s take a minute to look at which oils work best with each room in your house.

Living Room

The living room is our place to relax and unwind after a long days work. It’s where we spend time with our families and is the anchor of our home. With that in mind, what better way to complete your home than diffusing essential oils in your living room.

Peppermint – Peppermint is purifying and stimulating to the conscious mind. It is also supportive of respiratory systems and the liver.

Jasmine – Jasmine is known to uplift and be a soothing oil. It helps counteract hopelessness, nervous exhaustion, anxiety, depression, indifference, and listlessness.

Bath Room

In any busy household, the bathroom can become an area where germs and bacteria find a ready home. Try these essential oils to help combat unwanted microbes in your bathroom.

Tea Tree Oil – Tea Tree Oil or Melaleuca Alternifolia is highly regarded as an antimicrobial and antiseptic essential oil. It has high levels of terpinen-4-ol. It is a powerful anitbacterial, antifungal, antiviral, and antiparasitic.

Clove – Clove oil has long been used as and antifungal and antimicrobial agent. It also encourages relaxation and mental clarity.


Between the trash, fridge and pantry, the kitchen has many places where odor and fungus can become a problem. Essential oils not only help with kitchen smells, they can also help with sanitizing and cleaning kitchen surfaces.

Lemon – Diffusing Lemon essential oil is a great way to make your kitchen smell fresh and clean. Lemon essential oil has also been shown to work great as an anti-microbial and its derivatives are found in many typical household cleaners.

Eucalyptus – Shown by laboratory tests to be a powerful antimicrobial agent, eucalyptus contains a high percentage of eucalyptol. This powerful essential oil will help keep your kitchen clean and neutralize many of the day to day odors that come from using your kitchen.

Bed Room

Lavender – Lavender is one of the most versatile and powerful essential oils found in nature. Lavender helps promote calm and peace, helping you clear your mind. Lavender is also a well known sleep aid and helps promote melatonin which can lead to a more peaceful rest.

Valerian – During the last three decades, valerian has been clinically investigated for its tranquilizing properties. Researchers have pinpointed sesquiterpenes valerenic acid and valerone as the active constituents that exert a calming effect on the central nervous system. Valerian helps with restlessness and sleep disturbances.

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