Abundant Health™ Blog

April 5, 2019
by Abundant Health™

Essential Oils for Seasonal Allergies

It’s that time of year again—itchy eyes and throat, sneezing, watery eyes, and the list goes on. Many people are affected by seasonal allergies, which can be quite uncomfortable. Happily, essential oils are a healthier alternative to allergy medication that can naturally relieve symptoms.

Beneficial single oils and blends for general allergies include tea tree, lavender, peppermint, patchouli, elemi, eucalyptus, Harmony, ledum, melissa, ImmuPower, Raven, RC, Roman chamomile, and spikenard. Oils especially beneficial for seasonal pollen allergies, or hay fever, are lavender, Roman chamomile, cajeput, eucalyptus, and rose.

Here are a few combinations and applications to try:

  • Mix 6 drops each lemon, lavender, and peppermint essential oil with 1 Tbsp. (15 ml) fractionated coconut oil in a 15 ml roll-on vial. Apply the blend onto your temples, wrists, and neck whenever you feel an allergic reaction coming on.
  • Apply 1 drop peppermint essential oil at the base of your neck twice a day, and also diffuse peppermint oil for additional allergy relief.
  • Diffuser blends are a great way to keep your allergies calmer while you’re at home. Here are some simple blend variations using common essential oils.
Spring Allergy
3 drops lavender
2 drops peppermint
3 drops lemon
2 drops frankincense
Allergy Relief
2 drops peppermint
2 drops lavender
2 drops lemon
Sinus Relief
2 drops oregano
2 drops tea tree
2 drops peppermint
2 drops lavender
2 drops lemon

Individual allergies are unique, which means certain essential oils and methods will work for some people but not for others. Hopefully at least one of our recommendations will help you find some relief from seasonal allergies this year. Please comment below and share any other remedies you have found helpful.

March 18, 2019
by Abundant Health™

Rosemary-Parmesan Artisan Bread

There’s nothing better than fresh, warm bread to go with a meal—or as comfort food anytime! This bread is absolutely delicious and so easy to make. Your family will love the added herbaceous flavor of essential oil.

[recipe title=”Rosemary-Parmesan Artisan Bread” servings=”1 loaf” time=”20 minutes active; 8–12 hours inactive” difficulty=”Easy”]


  • 3 c. white flour*
  • 1 tsp. salt
  • 1/2 tsp. dry active yeast
  • 1 1/2 c. warm water
  • 1 Tbsp. parmesan cheese
  • 1 tsp. garlic powder
  • 1/2 tsp. onion powder
  • 1 tsp. parsley
  • 1/2 tsp. dried basil
  • 3–4 drops rosemary essential oil


  1. In a bowl, combine the flour, salt, and dry active yeast.
  2. Add the rosemary essential oil to the warm water, stir to combine, and immediately add to dry ingredients.
  3. Stir the dough with a wooden spoon until a shaggy ball forms.
  4. Cover the bowl with plastic wrap, and let sit for 8–12 hours, or until doubled in size. (Rising time will depend on room temperature.)
  5. Once the dough has risen sufficiently, remove it from the bowl onto a well-floured surface. The dough should be wet and sticky, but if it’s too wet, work more a little more flour into the dough.
  6. In a small bowl, combine the parmesan cheese, onion powder, parsley, and basil.
  7. Form the dough into a ball, and place in a greased baking dish**—sprinkle with cheese mixture. Cover the dish with a lid or aluminum foil, and bake at 450° for 30 minutes.
  8. Remove the lid, and bake for an additional 10–15 minutes, or until golden brown.
  9. Cool slightly before serving with butter.
*If you like a more sourdough flavor, use half whole wheat flour and half white flour to allow for fermentation while the bread rises.

**To use a dutch oven, place it in the oven before preheating. Once the oven comes to temperature, remove the dutch oven, put the prepared dough inside, and return it to the oven to bake. If you don’t have a dutch oven, just use a glass bowl covered with aluminum foil. We did, and it worked perfectly! [/recipe]

March 7, 2019
by Abundant Health™

Essential Oil Spotlight: Oregano

Oregano (Origanum compactum, CT Carvacrol) essential oil is steam distilled from the leaves of the herb. This essential oil contains antibacterial, antifungal, antiparasitic, antiseptic, antiviral, antispasmodic, and immune-stimulant health properties. Oregano has a sharp, herbaceous aroma.

Oregano is commonly used to help in these ways: antibacterial, antifungal, calluses, candida, carpal tunnel, parasites (intestinal), pneumonia, sore throat, staph/MRSA, strep throat, viral infection, warming oils, warts, and whooping cough.

Other possible uses of the oil include asthma, bronchitis, rheumatism, colds, digestive problems, metabolism balance, and strengthening of vital centers.

Oregano primarily affects the following body systems: immune, respiratory, muscular, and skeletal.

Safety Data: Oregano can cause extreme skin irritation, so be careful when applying topically. Dilute this oil 1:3 (1 drop essential oil to 3 drops carrier oil) when applying topically for adults, and dilute more heavily when applying to children. This oil is recognized as safe for human consumption, but should be taken in small doses. Dilute heavily when taking in capsules. This oil is not recommended for children under 6 years old.

Ways to Use Oregano Essential Oil

  1. Cooking with oregano essential oil can add a wonderful flavor to your food in such a simple way. Since oregano has a pungent flavor, start by dipping a toothpick in the oil and using it to stir through your food. Add more strength, as desired. Here are some of our favorite recipes with oregano!

2. Diffuser blends are a great way to absorb the benefits of oregano essential oil. The aroma strengthens feelings of security. Here are a few diffuser blends to try.

Immune Boost
3 drops Thieves
2 drops lemon
2 drops oregano
Positive Energy
4 drops lime
2 drops juniper berry
1 drop oregano
No More Congestion
2 drops oregano
2 drops lemon
2 drops tea tree
2 drops peppermint
Herbal Bliss
1 drop oregano
1 drop basil
1 drop marjoram
1 drop thyme

3. Calluses can be unwanted and uncomfortable. Combine 5 drops oregano with 1 Tbsp. (15 ml) jojoba oil. Apply a small amount to your calluses every day.

4. If you are sick with mononucleosis, combine 1 drop each of oregano, Thieves, and thyme. Rub the mixture onto your feet 2 times a day.

5. During cold and flu season, you can never be too self protective! For an extra immune boost, put 10 drops each of lemon, frankincense, oregano, and Thieves in a 10 ml roll-on bottle. Fill the remainder with fractionated coconut oil. Apply to your throat, chest, and feet.

Reference Guide for Essential Oils, 2018 Edition, pp. 108–109.

February 28, 2019
by Abundant Health™

Essential Oils for Cold & Flu

Just when we think cold and flu season is over, it seems to start back up again. According to the CDC, flu season has just peaked, which means it’ll be a while before it’s through. Thankfully, essential oils are great at helping you fight the symptoms and find relief before your sickness gets worse.

Generally, essential oils and blends that help with cold symptoms include tea tree, lemon, Thieves, rosemary, thyme, RC, basil, copaiba, and eucalyptus.

To help relieve your cold, combine 5 drops lemon and 5 drops thyme with 1 Tbsp. (15 ml) jojoba oil. Rub the mixture on your back, chest, throat, and back of neck 2–3 times a day.

Essential oils and blends that help with influenza include tea tree, peppermint, rosemary, eucalyptus, RC, Raven, Thieves, clove, copaiba, ginger, and lavender.

Diffuser blends are also a great way to help fight cold and flu viruses! Simply add a blend to your diffuser, and breathe in the aroma to clear your head and fight the germs. Here are a couple blends to try.

When it comes to cold and flu, there are so many different viral strains that these illnesses can be difficult to treat. Each person might experience different symptoms, so here are some ideas to help them.

Coughs: RC, frankincense, eucalyptus, tea tree, myrtle, cedarwood, peppermint, sandalwood, Thieves.

  • Mix 1 drop eucalyptus and 1 drop lemon with 1 Tbsp. (15 ml) honey. Slowly stir a third of the honey mixture into 1 c. (240 ml) warm water, and drink slowly. Repeat multiple times a day.
  • Combine 1 drop eucalyptus, 1 drop tea tree, and 1 drop lemon with 1 tsp. (5 ml) jojoba oil, and apply over chest and back.

Stuffy Nose/Congestion: Eucalyptus, peppermint, RC, Di-Gize, Breathe Again, cedarwood, coriander, cypress, fennel, ginger, rosemary.

  • Drop 2 drops eucalyptus and 1 drop peppermint in the corner of the shower stall or bathtub ledge before showering, and breathe in the vapors.

Nausea: Ginger, peppermint, AromaEase, lavender, cardamom, clove, Di-Gize, juniper, nutmeg, rosewood, spearmint, tarragon.

  • Add 2 drops ginger to a bowl of hot water, and inhale the warm vapor rising from the surface.

Sore Throat: Thieves, tea tree, oregano, eucalyptus, bergamot, geranium, ginger, lavender, sandalwood, thyme.

  • Add 4 drops Thieves and 1 tsp. salt to 1/4 c. (60 ml) warm water, and stir until dissolved. Gargle the solution for 30 seconds, and then spit it out. Repeat multiple times a day, or until the sore throat is gone.
  • Mix 3 drops eucalyptus and 2 drops lemon with 1 tsp. (5 ml) honey. Dissolve the honey mixture in 2 Tbsp. (30 ml) warm water. Pour into a small spray bottle, shake well, and spray 3–4 times into your throat as needed.

Fever: Peppermint, lemon, lime, eucalyptus, clove, basil, bergamot, fennel, fir, ginger, lavender, tea tree.

  • Blend 2 drops peppermint and 2 drops eucalyptus in a bowl of cool water. Dip a washcloth in the water, and use it to sponge your forehead, back of neck, and feet.

Here are other posts that will help you deal with cold or flu.

For more ideas and specific usage methods, consult the Reference Guide for Essential Oils.

February 20, 2019
by Abundant Health™

Irish Beef Stew with Garlic Mashed Potatoes

This classic Irish recipe is sure to fill you up and keep you warm this winter! Thyme essential oil adds a subtle, savory flavor to the hearty stew. We’ve also included an easy recipe for a bed of garlic mashed potatoes since they complement the beef dish so well.

[recipe title=”Irish Beef Stew” servings=”6″ time=”20 minutes active; 90 minutes inactive” difficulty=”Easy”]


  • 1 Tbsp. olive oil
  • 1 lb. beef stew meat, cut into 1-inch cubes
  • Salt and pepper, to taste
  • 2 cloves garlic, minced (2–3 tsp.)
  • 1 onion, diced
  • 1 leek, thinly sliced
  • 2 carrots, peeled and diced
  • 1/2 c. frozen peas
  • 2 c. beef broth or beef bone broth
  • 1 Tbsp. tomato paste
  • 2 Tbsp. fresh parsley, chopped
  • 2 Tbsp. butter, melted
  • 2 Tbsp. flour
  • 1 bay leaf
  • Thyme essential oil


  1. Heat the olive oil in a large pot over medium-high heat. Season the beef with salt and pepper. Add the meat to the oil, and brown for 2–3 minutes. Remove, and set aside.
  2. In the same pot, add garlic, onions, leek, and carrots. Saute until tender.
  3. Whisk the tomato paste and beef broth into the vegetables.
  4. Add the parsley, bay leaf, and beef. Season again with salt and pepper, to taste. Bring to a low simmer. Cover, and cook for 90 minutes.
  5. When the soup is nearly done, combine the melted butter and flour in a small bowl. Dip a toothpick in the thyme essential oil bottle, and stir the toothpick through the flour mixture.
  6. Slowly whisk the flour mixture into the soup, and simmer until the soup thickens.
  7. Add the frozen peas, and cook until heated through.
  8. Serve over mashed potatoes (recipe below).
[/recipe] [recipe title=”Garlic Mashed Potatoes” servings=”6″ time=”15 minutes active; 15–20 minutes inactive” difficulty=”Easy”]


  • 2 lbs. potatoes, peeled and quartered
  • 4 cloves garlic, minced (1 1/2–2 Tbsp.)
  • 1/2 c. half-and-half
  • 2 Tbsp. butter
  • Salt and pepper, to taste


  1. Place the potatoes in a large pot with the garlic cloves, and fill with cold water. Salt the water, as desired.
  2. Bring the pot to a boil, and then reduce heat to medium, cooking potatoes until tender, about 15–20 minutes.
  3. Drain the potatoes, and return them to the pot.
  4. Stir in the butter and half-and-half, and beat the potatoes until smooth with a hand mixer.
  5. Top the potatoes with Irish Beef Stew, and serve it all up nice and warm.

February 6, 2019
by Abundant Health™

Essential Oil Spotlight: Lemon

Lemon (Citrus limonessential oil is cold-pressed from the rind of the fruit. This essential oil contains the following health properties: anticancer, antidepressant, antiseptic, antifungal, antioxidant, antiviral, astringent, invigorating, refreshing and tonic.

Historically, lemon oil was used to fight food poisoning, malaria, typhoid epidemics, and scurvy. It has also been used to lower blood pressure and to help with liver issues, arthritis, and muscular aches and pains. The French have used lemon medicinally to help with anemia, disinfecting the air, asthma, gout, intestinal parasites, rheumatism, throat infection, varicose veins, and more.

Today, lemon essential oil is commonly used to help with air purification, anxiety, autism, brain injury, carpet stains, colds (common), concentration (poor), constipation, depression, disinfection, dysentery, fever, gout, grief/sorrow, hangover, heartburn, kidney stones, malaria, overeating, postpartum depression, stress, and water purification.

Lemon essential oil is also known to be helpful with aging, improving clarity of thought, digestive problems, hair cleaning, lymphatic system cleansing, memory improvement, nerves, respiratory problems, and eliminating sore throats.

Safety Data: Avoid direct sunlight for 12 hours after topical use. Can cause extreme skin irritation.

Ways to Use Lemon Essential Oil

  1. Lemon essential oil serves as an effective household cleaner, furniture polish, and solvent for removing grease and gum.
  2. Allergies are something nobody wants to deal with. If you are affected by seasonal allergies, combine 2 drops each of lemon, lavender, and peppermint with 1 tsp. (5ml) fractionated coconut oil. Apply the mixture to the temples, under the nose, and on the bottoms of the feet morning and evening.
  3. Diffuser blends are a great way to enjoy the aromatic benefits of lemon essential oil. Aromatically, lemon is said to promote health, healing, physical energy, and purification. It provides an invigorating, enhancing, and warming fragrance. Here are a few of our favorite blends for loving lemon!

4. Lemon oil is known to be useful in soothing coughs. Simply combine 1 drop eucalyptus and 1 drop lemon with 1 Tbsp. (15 ml) honey. Mix 1/3 of the honey mixture with 1 c. (240 ml) warm water, and drink slowly. You can also combine 1 drop each of eucalyptus, melaleuca, and lemon with 1 tsp. (5 ml) jojoba oil, and apply over the chest and back several times a day.

5. Cooking with lemon essential oil is a great way to add wonderful flavor to your food plus added benefit for your health! You can substitute 1 drop of lemon oil for 1 tsp. lemon zest in most recipes. Here are a few of our favorite lemon recipes.

Source: Reference Guide for Essential Oils, 2018 Edition, pp. 88–89.

January 30, 2019
by Abundant Health™

Essential Oil Oven Scones

Who doesn’t love fresh, warm scones? And how about scones that bake in the oven? We couldn’t decide between two scrumptious variations—so we’re including both an apple-cinnamon and a cranberry-orange recipe. You can have the best of both worlds! These tasty scones make a great breakfast, snack, or dessert. Give them a try, and let us know what you think.

[recipe title=”Apple Cinnamon Scones” servings=”12 scones” time=”15 minutes active; 45 minutes inactive” difficulty=”Moderate”]


  • 2 3/4 c. all-purpose flour
  • 1/3 c. granulated sugar or alternative sweetener
  • 1 Tbsp. baking powder
  • 3/4 tsp. salt
  • Cinnamon essential oil*
  • 1/2 c. cold butter
  • 3/4 c. chopped apple
  • 3/4 c. cinnamon baking chips
  • 2 large eggs
  • 1 tsp. vanilla
  • 1/2 c. applesauce
  • 2 Tbsp. milk
  • 3 Tbsp. coarse sugar


  1. In a large bowl, combine the flour, granulated sugar, salt, and baking powder.
  2. Using a pastry cutter or a fork, cut the butter into the dry ingredients until the entire mixture is evenly crumbly.
  3. Add the chopped apple and the cinnamon baking chips to the dry mixture, and set aside.
  4. In a separate bowl, combine the eggs, vanilla, and applesauce. Dip a toothpick into the cinnamon essential oil, and stir the oil into the wet ingredients.
  5. Combine the wet mixture with the dry ingredients, and stir until the dough holds together.
  6. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper, and flour the paper.
  7. Divide the dough into 2 balls, and pat them each down into rounds, about 3/4- to 1-inch thick.
  8. In a small bowl, combine the coarse sugar with a drop of cinnamon essential oil.**
  9. Brush each round with milk, and sprinkle with the coarse cinnamon sugar.
  10. Using a knife, cut the rounds into 6 wedges.
  11. Separate the wedges slightly by spreading the pieces 1/2 inch away from each other.
  12. Place the pan of scones in the freezer to chill for 30 minutes.
  13. Bake the scones for 18–22 minutes at 425°F or until golden brown.
  14. Allow the scones to cool for a few minutes before enjoying.
*You can substitute the cinnamon essential oil for 1 drop cassia essential oil for a more subtle cinnamon flavor. **If you would like a brown cinnamon color on the top of the scones, stir 1/2 tsp. ground cinnamon in with the coarse sugar instead of cinnamon essential oil. [/recipe]
[recipe title=”Cranberry Orange Scones” servings=”8 scones” time=”15 minutes active; 45 minutes inactive” difficulty=”Moderate”]


  • 2 3/4 c. all-purpose flour
  • 1/3 c. granulated sugar or alternative sweetener
  • 1 Tbsp. baking powder
  • 1/2 tsp. baking soda
  • 3/4 tsp. salt
  • 1/2 c. cold butter
  • 3/4 c. fresh cranberries
  • 2 large eggs
  • 1 Tbsp. vanilla
  • 1/3 c. orange juice
  • 1/3 c. milk, plus a little more for topping
  • 3 drops orange essential oil
  • 2 Tbsp. coarse sugar


  1. In a large bowl, combine the flour, granulated sugar, salt, baking powder, and baking soda.
  2. Using a pastry cutter or a fork, cut the butter into the flour mixture until the entire mixture is evenly crumbly.
  3. Add the cranberries to the mixture, and set aside.
  4. In a separate bowl, combine the milk, vanilla, orange juice, and orange essential oil.
  5. Combine the wet mixture with the dry ingredients, and stir until the dough holds together. (You may not need to use all the wet mixture.)
  6. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper, and flour the paper.
  7. Transfer the dough to the parchment paper, and knead the dough 4 or 5 times.
  8. Pat down the dough into a 7-inch circle. Cut the circle into 8 wedges, and spread them out across the baking sheet.
  9. Place the pan of scones in the freezer to chill for 30 minutes.
  10. Brush each scone with milk, and sprinkle with coarse sugar.*
  11. Bake the scones for 15–20 minutes at 400°F or until golden brown.
  12. Allow the scones to cool for a few minutes before enjoying with butter or jam.**

*For an extra tangy flavor, add 1–2 drops orange essential oil to the coarse sugar before sprinkling.

**For an optional orange glaze, combine 1 c. confectioners sugar with 2–3 Tbsp. orange juice, and drizzle over the slightly cooled scones.


January 23, 2019
by Abundant Health™

Fitness and Essential Oils

Don’t you just love essential oils and the great benefits they have for your health? When it comes to weight loss and fitness, essential oils can play a huge part in helping you achieve your goals. But you need to use them along with other healthy practices to get the best results. Essential oils can help curb your appetite, detox your body, energize your mind, speed up your metabolism, and so much more. Just imagine combining all the great uses of essential oils with a balanced diet and regular exercise!

The U.S. Department of Health recommends that adults exercise around 150 minutes a week. This can include different activities such as walking, running, yoga, and sports. It may seem difficult to combine essential oils with exercise, but here are a few tips to make it happen:

  • Wearing a pendant can be a great way to continue inhaling your favorite essential oils while exercising. You won’t have to worry about skin photosensitivity to oils when you’re outside or about sweating off your oils in an intense workout.
  • Adding a few drops of essential oils to a water bottle is a great way to refresh yourself and get needed support into your system. Great oils in drinking water are spearmint, peppermint, grapefruit, lemon, and orange.
  • Diffusing energizing oils before starting your workout will get you in the mood and ready to go! Either of these diffuser blends should do the trick:

While using oils before and during workouts is super supportive, don’t stop there. Applying essential oils after your workout will help you recover faster and prepare for the next round:

  • Apply soothing oils such as peppermint, marjoram, or balsam fir directly to exercised areas of your body to help them loosen and relax.
  • Apply muscle salve to help relieve muscle soreness and strain. The salve will also strengthen your muscles and help them repair quickly.
  • Add a 2 drops each of peppermint and eucalyptus oils to a bowl of cold water. Dip some clean cloths in the water, ring them out, and place them in the freezer for a couple of hours. After—or even during—your workout, pull out the frozen cloths and apply them to your face, the back of your neck, or elsewhere to help you cool down.
  • Add a few drops of lemon or grapefruit oil to a post-workout protein shake to continue detoxifying your body and boost your metabolism. This is also works before you exercise.
  • Take epsom salt baths after workouts to do your body wonders! Combine 1/2 cup (110 g) baking soda, 1 cup (240 g) epsom salt, and 2–3 drops of your favorite essential oil in a bowl. Add the mixture to your bath, and then soak for 20–30 minutes.

If you enjoy yoga and meditation, check out our Essential Oils for Meditation post for more ideas on using essential oils to enhance your practice.

These are just a few tips to add essential oils to your fitness routine. The possibilities are limitless! We’d love to hear what you have found helpful for your workout.

January 17, 2019
by Abundant Health™

Essential Oil Spotlight: Cypress

Cypress (cupressus sempervirens) essential oil is steam distilled from the branches of the cypress tree. This essential oil contains antibacterial, anti-infectious, antimicrobial, mucolytic, antiseptic, astringent, deodorant, diuretic, decongestant (lymph and prostate), refreshing, relaxing, and vasoconstrictor health properties.

Historically, cypress was used for its benefits to the urinary system and for significant fluid loss. Cypress was also valued by the Chinese for the benefit it had on the liver and respiratory system. According to ancient folklore, the branches of the cypress tree were a symbol of life after death.

Today, cypress essential oil is primarily used to help with aneurysms, bunions, carpal tunnel, concussions, hemorrhoids, herniated discs, Lou Gehrig’s disease, nose bleeds, strokes, tuberculosis, and varicose veins. Cypress can also be beneficial for asthma, cellulite reduction, colds, diarrhea, influenza, lung circulation, muscular cramps, ovarian cysts, and skin care.

This essential oil primarily affects the body’s cardiovascular system, muscles, and bones. Aromatically, cypress essential oil influences and strengthens. It can help with emotional healing, especially easing a sense of loss and creating a sense of security and grounding.

Safety Data: Use with caution during pregnancy. Cypress can be applied directly to the area of concern without dilution and can also be diffused.

Ways to Use Cypress Essential Oil:

  1. Diffuser blends are a great way to reap the aromatic benefits of any essential oil, especially cypress. Try this uplifting blend to get you refreshed and invigorated!

2. Cypress essential oil can be helpful when dealing with symptoms of an aneurysm. Place 5 drops frankincense, 1 drop helichrysum, and 1 drop cypress in a diffuser, and breathe in deeply.

3. If your child is having problems with bed-wetting, combine 5 drops cypress and 3 drops ylang ylang with 1 oz. (30 ml) water in a small spray bottle. Shake before each use, and mist the pillow and sheets just before bedtime.

4. Nosebleeds are a nuisance and can be dangerous. Combine 2 drops cypress, 1 drop helichrysum, and 2 drops lemon in 8 oz. (240 ml) ice water. Soak a couple of clean cloths in the water, and then apply one to the nose and one to the back of the neck.

5. Cypress oil is great for relieving pain from carpal tunnel syndrome. Blend 3 drops basil, 3 drops marjoram, 2 drops lemongrass, and 2 drops cypress with 1 Tbsp. (15 ml) fractionated coconut oil. Massage a small amount gently onto the arm from the shoulder to the wrist and out to the fingertips.

Source: Reference Guide for Essential Oils, 2018 Edition, p. 58.

September 20, 2018
by Abundant Health™
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“Cool Down” Diffuser Blend

You’ve just finished your workout, or you just need to cool down on a hot day—either way, this diffuser blend is for you! The minty aroma with a hint of floral both uplifts and calms at the same time. You can breathe deep and feel refreshed whenever you diffuse this blend!

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