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Red, White and Blue Essential Oil Blend for July 4th!

Red, White and Blue Essential Oil Blend for July 4th!

The term “melting pot” in reference to America was first used in the 1780s, less than a decade after the U.S. declared its independence. The great American melting pot describes how the United States was founded on multiple cultures and backgrounds coming together to create the country we know today. To celebrate the 4th of July, we created a blend to get you in the spirit. Just like the melting pot, these oils have different characteristics and features which blend together to create a beautiful and harmonious aroma, perfect for your family gathering or party.

Red, White and Blue Blend

2 drops Rose

3 drops Vanilla

5 drops Spearmint


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Edens Garden

July 05, 2018

Hi Robin! Thanks for the blend ideas. These all look great and we can’t wait to try some out!

Robin Verbil

July 05, 2018

Here are a few that come to my mind: 2 drops Rose Geranium, 1 d. ea. Silver Fir and Frankincense S. or 1 d. Rosalina, 2 d. Kunzea and 1 d. Eucalyptus. Another blend is 2 d. Rosalina and Vanilla and 1 d. Euc. G. There’s also 2 d. each of Pink Pepper, Silver Fir and Juniper. How about Rose, Silver Fir and Peru Balsam? My last one is 2 d. ea Rosemary, Spearmint and 1 d. Silver Fir. I think those area using the Red, White and Blue labels. Final idea is 2 d. ea. Grapefruit and Vanilla and 1 d. Spearmint. It’s kind of hard to tell the color labels on some of the essential oils. That was a fun idea.