Woodsy Essential Oil Blends

Aren’t woodsy smells amazing? They fill the whole house with warmth and make any weather perfect for a hot chocolate.

Woodsy Essential Oil Blends

If you love your woodsy smells half as much as the rest .the world, you will want to learn how to create some stunning blends.

Here, we’re going to take a look at some .the best woodsy essential oils blends you can make at home today. 

These recipes are taken from some .our favorite essential oils sites, so they are tried and tested.

You won’t have to worry about accidentally creating an unpleasant aroma. Ready to start mixing your oils? Let’s go!

Types Of Woodsy Oils Used

Douglas Fir – a fresh smell that will transport you back to Christmas. 

Blue Cypress – a calming sweet and smoky aroma

Buddha Wood – an exciting smell that is a mix .wood, leather, moss, and earth

Nootka Tree – a rich aroma that is reminiscent of gasoline and fresh pencil shavings

Mountain Savory – a sweet, fresh woodsy aroma

Cypress – a woody, evergreen scent

Pine – a strong, Christmassy scent

Frankincense – a sweet, honeyed, woody scent

Sandalwood – a woody, earthy scent

Incredible Woodsy Blends To Create At Home

These blends are made up of several essential oils and are great if you want a unique aroma in your house. Each of these blends are woodsy and comforting with a different twist.

If you feel like the regular woodsy essential oils don’t cut it for you, try creating some of these scents in your diffuser next time you want a cozy smell.

All you need to do is add the suggested number of drops of water and add it to your diffuser. 

Be careful when measuring the recommended amounts. If you add too much or too little of one thing, it may not smell as good as it could.

These ratios are perfectly balanced out, but you never know if you may prefer some minor differences.

Blend as you want, but definitely try these base recipes before adding or taking anything away.

Blend 1 – Eden’s Garden ‘Walk In The Wood’

Douglas Fir – 3 drops

Bergamot Mint – 2 drops

Patchouli – 2 drops

Key Lime – 2 drops

Cedarwood Himalayan – 1 drop

Blend 2 – Hello Glow’s ‘ Autumn Air’

Sweet Orange – 4 drops

Lemon – 3 drops

Fir – 3 drops

Blend 3 – Loving Essential Oils’ ‘Balsam And Cedar’

Douglas Fir – 4 drops

Cedarwood – 3 drops

Cypress – 2 drops

Blend 4 – Hello Glow’s ‘Fall Wreath’

Peppermint – 3 drops

Fir or Pine – 3 drops

Rosemary – 2 drops

Tea Tree – 1 drop

Eucalyptus – 1 drop

Blend 5 – Eden’s Garden ‘ Let’s Get Lost’

Buddha Wood – 2 drops

Blue Cypress – 2 drops

Vanilla – 2 drops

Pine – 2 drops

Peppermint – 1 drop

Blend 6 – Hello Glow’s ‘Stroll Thru The Orchard’

Fir – 3 drops

Frankincense – 3 drops

Bergamot – 2 drops

Jumpier Berry – 2 drops

Blend 7 – Loving Essential Oils’ ‘Joy Of Nature’

Bergamot – 4 drops

Cedarwood – 3 drops

Pine – 2 drops

Blend 8 – Hello Glow’s ‘Fresh Cut Wood’

Juniper Berry – 3 drops

Lemon – 3 drops

Cedarwood – 2 drops

Patchouli – 2 drops

Blend 9 – Eden’s Garden ‘Born To Roam’

Nootka Tree – 2 drops 

Mountain Savory – 2 drops 

Lemongrass – 3 drops

Pine – 4 drops

Key Lime – 1 drop

Blend 10 – Hello Blow’s ‘Autumn In The Mountains’

Lemon – 4 drops

Scotch Pine – 3 drops

Cedarwood – 2 drops

Rosemary – 1 drop

Blend 11 – Loving Essential Oils’ ‘Man Cave’

Bergamot – 3 drops

Cedarwood – 3 drops

Cypress – 3 drops

Blend 12 – From The Prairie Homestead

Frankincense – 3 drops

White fir – 2 drops

Cedarwood – 1 drop

Blend 13 – The ‘Holiday Blend’ From The Prairie Homestead

White fir – 2 drops

Wild orange – 2 drops

Wintergreen – 1 drop

Making Your Essential Oil Blends

There are a couple of different ways you can prepare your essential oil blends, but we will be focusing on the diffuser.

Once you have decided which recipe blend you would like to try out, get all your ingredients and materials needed, and get mixing!

Soon, your house will be full of some warm aromas that you instantly put you in the mood for a classic movie and hot chocolate.

The other methods you can use include the air freshener and the inhaler blends. To find  out more, check out these posts and learn how to make them for your personal use.

Preparing A Diffuser

Woodsy Essential Oil Blends

If you want to enjoy your essential oil blends via a diffuser, you will need to do a couple of things.

First, make sure you multiply your blend roughly by four. You should have around 2 drops going into your diffuser. 

Measure out the drops carefully, adding them to a bottle as you go. When everything is measured out, mix the essential oils thoroughly.

If you are using a bottle, roll the bottle between your hands. If you are using something else, try stirring it to mix the oils. 

Once mixed, add the mixture to the diffuser you are using, and add as much as you need. This will vary depending on the type of diffuser you have, so be sure to take a look at the instructions.

Once this is done, all you need to do is start up your diffuser, and within minutes you will reap the benefits.

If you are someone who gets the winter blues, chances are, you would like woody essential oils. These scents make you feel warm and cozy, and make the thought of the cold winter air melt away.

Putting your diffuser on with a couple of woody essential oil blends can really make all the difference when you are feeling down.

Woody aromas are popular not only in essential oils, but in perfumes too. In cosmetics, these scents give an aura of maturity and strength, and who doesn’t want to send that message?

These smells are more than just a good scent – they show the world the kind of person you are. 

Final Thoughts

Now that you have some incredible woodsy essential oil blends to try out, what’s stopping you?

Hopefully you find this post useful and enjoy every blend on the list here. If you want to try experimenting with your essential oils, why not see what you can come up with?

There must be combinations that no one has thought of yet, right?

Hannah Shiftle
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