DIY - 3 Fall Diffuser Blend Recipes

October 21, 2015

We hope you are as excited as we are for this fall season! This season is all about cold weather, autumn leaves, sweaters, apple picking, pumpkin everything, and our favorite fall spices. Whether you’re indoors baking ginger cookies, or outside pumpkin carving, we have the blends for you! Here are some of our creative team member’s favorite fall blends.


A Walk In The Woods
Reminiscent of one of our favorite weekend hobbies, A Walk in the Woods blend will take you right back to your camping excursions! With its fresh piney aroma, and soft sweet nuances, you’ll have everyone thinking they’re up in the Sierras. This blend promotes respiratory health by clearing congestion and increasing circulation, as well as creating an uplifting environment with its stress relieving aromas.

10 drops White Fir
8 drops Spruce
8 drops Juniper Berry
4 drops Wild Orange
4 drops Elemi
2 drops Amyris



Sweater Weather
Time to pull out your favorite sweaters! Our Sweater Weather blend is as crisp and cool as the fall weather. Brighten up any room with this fresh and clear combination. The oils included in this blend are also great for giving you an immune boost during cold and flu season.

9 drops Eucalyptus
6 drops Juniper Berry
3 drops Sage
6 drops Lemon
3 drops Nutmeg
3 drops White Fir


Fall Spices
What better way to kick off the fall season, than with the aroma of your favorite fall spices! No need to bake cookies to make your home cozy and inviting. Along with the uplifting benefits, the oils in this blend also promote healthy digestion when diffused or used topically. Give your guests a warm welcome with the delicious aroma of Fall Spices.

4 drops Cassia
8 drops Allspice
8 drops Nutmeg
6 drops Cardamom
4 drops Muhuhu




  • Edens Garden says...

    Hi Sarah! Cinnamon Bark and Leaf both have very similar therapeutic properties, but have slightly different aromas. For example, Cinnamon Bark is very sweet and candy like, whereas Cinnamon Leaf has a sharper, more bitter aroma.

    On September 13, 2016

  • Sarah says...

    Whats the difference between cinnamon leaf and cinnamon bark?

    On September 13, 2016

  • Edens Garden says...

    Hi Pam! Try combining Davana and Cinnamon Leaf or Bark for an apple-cinnamon type aroma.

    On August 25, 2016

  • Pam says...

    Do you have any oils that have an apple cinnamon scent? Thanks!

    On August 24, 2016

  • Liliana says...

    I love the Pumpkin Spice blend in the comments. What type of cinnamon and orange we should use?

    20 drops Cinnamon essential oil
    20 drops Ginger essential oil
    20 drops Nutmeg essential oil
    15 drops Clove Bud essential oil
    5 drops Cardamom essential oil
    Optional either 10 drops Orange essential oil or Vanilla essential oil

    On August 12, 2016

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