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Essential Oils bring you that warm winter glow!

Essential Oils bring you that warm winter glow! | Mr Vitamins
Here’s a quick blend for your aromatherapy essential oil diffuser to give you the feeling of warmth on those cold rainy winter days. They are thankfully usually few and far between in Sydney but this year seems to be the exception! When they are here it’s nice to be able to stay at home and put the diffuser on and feel warm and comforted rather than cold and miserable.


Warming gentle and soothing, Pine essential oil is lovely for the respiratory system and is mildly stimulating when adrenally exhausted. On an emotional level it can help you protect your boundaries.

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A lovely spicy comfortingly familiar smell, Clove has the added benefit of keeping mould in check, very useful in damp homes.   Clove essential oil is used on a physical level as an antimicrobial, immune stimulating, and pain relieving oil.  On a subtle level it helps with letting go of attachments that hold us back from getting on with important projects.


A beautiful woody aroma, great for congested, infected lungs.  Emotionally fortifying, and giving strength, Cedarwood essential oil also helps to reinforce your emotional boundaries. The blend of these essential oils scents the room with a warm woody spicy aroma that is protective against disease causing microbes, and emotionally sustaining and strengthening. Combine a few drops of each of the 3 oils into a diffuser, use a candle diffuser to complete the effect and close your eyes to imagine you are sitting before a log fire. Take long deep slow breaths and enjoy!

Consult with Maria Mitchell at Mr Vitamins Clinic

Maria Mitchell photo Maria Mitchell is a qualified Aromatherapist and Herbalist whose passion has led her into teaching, and writing about the healing power of Aromatherapy. You can learn more about Maria here Join Maria in her Pain Relief Workshop  and find out how you can find a better way than just living with pain.