Shifting our surroundings with the change of season comes naturally to us all. We grab our favourite blankets for the couch, we introduce warm colours to our decor and our meals turn into hearty, wholesome foods. Never underestimate the power of how inviting a beautifuly fragranced room can be. We tend to be drawn towards warming essential oils when the weather cools to help ignite those qualities and create a cosy atmosphere.

Not only can we create a warm and welcoming atmosphere, we can pair these types of essential oils with power immune supporting essential oils to compliment the blend and protect your home. Try

  1. Lemon is an immune stimulant and has been shown to be useful in treating influenzea viruses, E. coli and some staphylococcus (staph) strains. The clean scent is comforting and cleansing.
  2. Eucalyptus is invaluable to help treat the symptoms of cold and flu and to help clear congested sinuses.
  3. Rosemary is helpful for respiratory illness and is an excellent warming oil to clear the sinuses nd 'foggy head'.
  4. Tea Tree is an immune stimulant and a very strong antiseptic oil. Tea Tree has been shown to be effective o treat viral infections and has a strong antibacterial actiona gainst E. coli, some staph and salmonella strains.
  5. Clove bud is a powerful antibacterial and useful for treating bacterial infections that affect the digestive system amongst others.
  6. Cinnamon is one of strongest antibacterial essential oils as well as having some antifungal properties.

The below essential oils will help invigorate or bring a sense of warmth to your essential oil blending. Like a warm cup of tea, let these essential oils envelop you -

1. Cinnamon Essential Oil

With a cheering and warming aroma, Cinnamon reminds us of comfort food such as treats from the bakery and beautifully slow cooked stews. Cinnamon acts as an air purifier and adds a spicy warm note to floral essential oils such as Geranium and Ylang Ylang. Cinnamon contributes a warm depth to a citrus oil blend hinting at the festive season.

2. Clove Essential Oil

The familiar scent of Clove, with its warm ands picy tones, gently gathers our wayward thoughts and restores a sense of clarity. Clove bud adds depth to many essential oil blends; a dusky note to florals and a grounding, spicy warmth to citrus oils. Clove essential oil has a warming and calming influence on the digestive system and is useful to treat intestinal spasming, cramping and wind - perfect for a dinner party.

3. Ginger Essential Oil

The warm and spicy scent of Ginger will add fire and passion to cold emotions and neglected dreams. Ginger is useful for lack of motivation and passion, feeling burnt-out or emotionally cold.

4. Juniper Essential Oil

The warm, sweet and pine like fragrance of Juniper berry essential oil strengthens the body and spirit. Juniper essential oil is warming and stimulating in nature, and is helpful for those who feel emotionally cold and disconnected.

Try these warming diffuser blends

Recovery Diffuser Blend

  • 4 drops Lavender
  • 3 drops Clary Sage
  • 2 drops Black Pepper

Warming Diffuser Blend

  • 4 drops Clove
  • 4 drops Peppermint

Warm Home Diffuser Blend

  • 2 drops Sweet Orange
  • 2 drops Eucalyptus
  • 1 drop Cinnamon
  • 1 drop Clove

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Author: Georgia Doherty
Marketing Coordinator

Georgia is the Marketing Coordinator at ECO. Modern Essentials. Georgia oversees the marketing campaigns, company's social media platforms, helps coordinate brand collaborations, is a leader for ECO.'s content creation + DIY recipes and manages ECO.'s affiliate program. She is a qualified Beauty Therapist with extensive Dermal Therapy qualifications, a Diploma in Training Design & Development with a Aromatherapy Practitioner Certificate. Georgia is passionate about leading a happy & healthy life and helping educate those around her.


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