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DIY Essential Oil Blends for Fatigue and Exhaustion

DIY Essential Oil Blends for Fatigue and Exhaustion

DIY Essential Oil Blends for Fatigue and ExhaustionExhaustion and fatigue can come in many forms. Not enough sleep, too much stress, too much tension, no time to relax. Life isn’t always easy on us, and essential oils can help to make it a little bit better.

Below are some DIY essential oil blends for fatigue and exhaustion that you can make yourself. Be sure to add the blend to a carrier oil base (about 1 oz  or 30 ml). These essential oils are all uplifting and healing, and have specific properties of their own that assist with different types of exhaustion.

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DIY Essential Oil Blends for Fatigue and Exhaustion

Exhaustion Blend *
Lemon – 10 drops
Frankincense – 5 drops
Pine – 15 drops

Exhaustion Blend 2*

Lavender – 10 drops
Grapefruit – 10 drops
Coriander – 10 drops                                                                                                                                    

Nervous Exhaustion Blend 1*
Petitgrain – 18 drops
Neroli – 10 drops
Lavender – 2 drops

Nervous Exhaustion Blend 2*
Juniper – 10 drops
Lavender – 15 drops
Rosemary – 5 drops

General Mental Fatigue Blend*
Basil – 15 drops
Lemon – 15 drops

Intellectual Fatigue Blend 1*
Ginger – 14 drops
Black Pepper – 15 drops
Basil – 1 drop

Intellectual Fatigue Blend 2*
Rosemary – 15 drops
Black Pepper – 10 drops
Peppermint – 5 drops

Source
Worwood, Valerie Ann, The Fragrant Mind, New World Library, 1996

Read more about how to help fatigue and exhaustion with our essential oils here.

*This statement has not been evaluated by the FDA and is not intended to diagnose, treat, or prevent any disease.

Source
Worwood, Valerie Ann, The Fragrant Mind, New World Library, 1996

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