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This or That: Essential Oil Blends for Sleep

This or That: Essential Oil Blends for Sleep

Essential oils can be incredibly effective at helping you sleep, and with multiple sleep blends offered at Edens Garden, how do they compare? At EG, we offer multiple blends that target a singular issue because we understand that EOs affect people uniquely. Now you may be thinking “That makes sense, but I’m still undecided on which blend to choose!” Well look no further than this helpful sleep blend comparison. 

Aroma 

Good Night is a balanced blend of florals, herbs and woods, whereas Sleep Ease is complexly and almost completely floral. The oils included balance each other wonderfully giving each blend a distinct and memorable aroma. Good Night has a soft, powdery, clean aroma, with an overall impression of Lavender. Sleep Ease is powdery, gentle and cool, and gives you a feeling of walking through a rose garden.

Like Good Night, Sound Asleepis more lavender-forward but with an elevated twist. Although this was a blend designed for children 2+, adults will love Sound Asleep’s rich and sophisticated sweetly floral nuances. On the other hand, Sleepy Head is much earthier and grounded than our other sleep blends. With Cedarwood and Petitgrain is the overarching aromas, it’s the perfect choice for anyone not big on florals and sweets. 

Sleep

The main reason you are probably researching EO blends that help with sleep is because you simply want a better night’s sleep. In which case, aroma may not matter but the blend that works best does. The good news is, all four of our sleep blends have been expertly formulated to help you get the best sleep possible. Each oil, when blended using EG’s proprietary formula, may benefit the user with effective sedative properties. Try one, or all four, knowing that each blend contains 100% pure, top quality essential oils that will keep you on the road to a healthy lifestyle. 

One last helpful tip: Checkout reviews on blends to see what others are saying!

 

Grab The Essentials Here:

Good Night® Essential Oil Blend from $ 9.95
Good Night® Essential Oil Blend
Sound Asleep Essential Oil Blend from $ 10.95
Sound Asleep Essential Oil Blend
Lavender Essential Oil from $ 6.95
Lavender Essential Oil
Sound Asleep Room Spray $ 13.95
Sound Asleep Room Spray
Good Night Room Spray $ 13.95
Good Night Room Spray
Cedarwood- Himalayan Essential Oil from $ 5.95
Cedarwood- Himalayan Essential Oil

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Vicki

March 17, 2020

My favorite EG blend for sleep is Worry Less. I use the roller at night and it works like a charm.

Jan

March 10, 2020

I was wondering if Good Night is kid safe (5 yrs) of course diluted. If not which on would you recommend. Thank you.

Cher Brannon

January 13, 2020

I would love to read a comparison regarding both skincare (especially wrinkles & scars) as well as pain that stems from a spinal injury but often presents as nerve and/or musculoskeletal ailments. TIA for creating an EO company that offers quality & affordability.

Edens Garden

June 06, 2019

Hi Sally! Good Night does not have an strong Vanilla aroma in this writer’s opinion.

Sally Dirtz

June 06, 2019

Vanilla scent gives me a headache….would the vanilla in Good Night be a strong smell..

Edens Garden

January 09, 2019

Hi Gina! Wonderful idea! We will forward your suggestion to our development team. In the meantime, you may try using oils of Clary Sage, Roman Chamomile, Bergamot, Jasmine, Neroli and Jasmine.

Gina Rendon

January 09, 2019

Have seen many suggestions for combinations of oils to help Restless Legs Syndrome but haven’t seen a blend with all the oils to gift someone with one bottle. Have you received any feedback on this from customers? If not, I would suggest this be your next new blend… you’ll sell a ton of it.

Erica L Motes

January 07, 2019

Hard to sleep even yoyr wonderful lavander do not seem to do it lately!! Debating on one of these tried couple of tge sleep oils out there just do not work so not really sure! But I LOVE yourcp Peperment and lavander thank you.

Edens Garden

November 14, 2018

Hi J! They can be used interchangeably as they both have the same therapeutic benefits. Using one for post-workout and the other for pre-workout is a great idea! It is not recommended that they be combined, however.

J

November 14, 2018

Curious how Massage Therapy Synergy blend and Muscle Relief Synergy blend compare… if it’s good to put one on and let it penetrate and then follow with the other (or if one is better pre-workout and the other post-) … or if they can be combined…

Edens Garden

October 23, 2018

Hi Marjorie! These blends are recommended to be diffused an hour leading up to bedtime. You can also dilute and apply topically to your pulse points. Here is an article on how to dilute: https://www.edensgarden.com/blogs/news/how-to-dilute-essential-oils

Marjorie E Harris

October 23, 2018

How do you apply the sleep mixtures? Do you have to add anything to those mixtures? I do not want to use a diffuser so if that is how they are used, please let me know… Yes, I am a “first timer” lol… Thanks in advance.

Edens Garden

October 17, 2018

Hi Taylor! Pure essential oils are extremely caustic and can lead to skin sensitization in the future. There is hardly ever a time in which it is appropriate to use undiluted essential oils for this reason. With that said, we always recommend diluting essential oils to prevent irritation and possible skin sensitization. We have many blog posts regarding dilution if you wish to explore this topic more.

You can combine blends if you wish, but it is unnecessary.

Taylor Sundberg

October 17, 2018

I’ve read that all of your single use oils need to be diluted, but if they are pure oils, I’m confused about why this is. I currently use pure lavender,copaiba, and cedarwood from another company all pure and undiluted topically, why can’t I do the same with yours?

Also can these two sleep blends be mixed?

Thanks,

Taylor

Edens Garden

September 17, 2018

Hi Denise! Serenity is comparable to our Tranquility synergy blend.

Denise

September 13, 2018

I love doterra Serenity blend, which of these is the mimic, or do I need to search another?

Edens Garden

August 13, 2018

Hi Terri! Valerian would be a great addition to either one of these blends. We recommend adding a drop, smelling, than adding more based on your preference using the drop-by-drop technique.

terri

August 13, 2018

Is it okay to add a drop or two of Valerian to either Sleep Ease or Good Night? I read that Valerian is great for sleep but it doesn’t appear to be in either blend. I wanted to be sure that wasn’t because it ’didn’t play well with others’. Thanks in advance!

Edens Garden

July 06, 2018

Hi Mary! You can learn about our oil under the “Be Inspired” or “Applications & Recipes” sections. Here is an article on how to dilute: http://bit.ly/2vSH4HZ

Mary L Baldwin

July 06, 2018

I just rec’d my Good Night essential oil and Sweet Almond carrier. I plan to blend and apply to the soles of my feet before bed.
I found it pretty difficult to find any “how to’s” on the website unless I’m not looking for the right “phrases”?
-what should I blend them in?
-how many drops added to carrier oil to begin
-how long before going to bed
-

Edens Garden

July 05, 2018

Hi Reyna! That’s wonderful to hear! I will let our writer’s know of your concern, and perhaps write an article on our breathe blends.

Reyna Glover

July 05, 2018

I LOVE YOUR SYNERGY BLENDS! The only thing is I don’t know which to pick out of your “breathing/respiratory blends”. There are many to choose from along with Immunity. Breathe Easier, Deep Breath, Exhale, Immunity, & Respiratory Ease. My mom has had a stubborn cough and her doctor has been giving her meds that haven’t worked. I’ve picked up Respiratory Ease and Immunity and she tells me although her cough isn’t fully gone she is almost at 100%, it’s helped far better than any of the meds her physician prescribed her.

Edens Garden

June 26, 2018

Hi Deanna! The oils need to be diluted prior to topical use, both synergy blends and single oils. We also offer roll-ons which are already diluted for your convenience. You can use any carrier oil to dilute. Some of our most popular carrier oils are Sweet Almond, Rosehip, Camellia Seed and Argan. This article is very helpful when learning how to dilute: http://bit.ly/2vSH4HZ

Deanna Smith

June 26, 2018

Do the synergy blend oils need to be mixed with a carrier? If so how do I know which carrier?
Can I apply them directly to my skin?

Edens Garden

June 22, 2018

Hi Stacie! You might try 5 drops in the diffuser for 5 hours, depending on your type of diffuser and how much water it holds.

Stacie

June 22, 2018

I just got my goodnight blend & the sleep ease roller bottle. I am planning on using the sleep ease roller bottle to roll onto my feet about 20 minutes before I want to go to sleep. But I am looking for how many drops of good night to diffuse for 5 hours?? Any suggestions would be great.
Thanks,

Eleanor

April 15, 2018

Do blended oils such as Good Night and Sleep Ease need to be diluted with carrier oil? What is the best way to use them? (other than with a difuser?)

Edens Garden

April 04, 2018

Hi Ellinda! We do not have recommendations for a full blow panic attack, but we do have many blogs on essential oils that help with decreasing stress such as Anxiety Ease, Be Still, Worry Less and Stress Relief.

Ellinda White

April 04, 2018

What is the best formula or product to use for a full blown panic attack, that the aroma could help to become calmer, not really a full blown panic attack per say but it is a over whelming anxiety attack that can get worse.

Simeon Schneiss

March 19, 2018

How about ginger vs peppermint for stomach problems, or oils for stomach health. Also, Fighting Five versus Immunity.

CK

January 18, 2018

I love the “This or That” and would love to see:
- the blends for staying awake (Awake and Alert, Energy Boost, Stay Alert, and maybe even Shine)
- There are quite a few that help with breathing/colds, so which are best for which cold symptoms? Especially coughing.
This isn’t really a this or that, but is there a “next best” when you can’t afford rose oil? How about rose geranium? That sounds lovely, but does it do similiar things?
- You did anxiety ease versus stress relief, but what about Worry Less versus Anxiety Ease?

I’m new to EOs and found these articles very helpful!
CK