Essential Oils

We use essential oils in many, many ways in our homes and our work

Contact me if you want a sample or want me to suggest which ones are my favorites.  When you fall in love with them like I did, you can place an order every month and earn credit for FREE PRODUCTS!  I LOVE FREE STUFF!

I use the oils:

  • to flavor foods,
  • instead of (toxic) perfume,
  • instead of (toxic) air freshener or candles,
  • instead of (toxic) cleaning products,
  • and much, much more.

To learn about the  products we use or place an order, email [email protected].

Essential Oils for Fragrance

Here are some ideas for common scents used in air fresheners, just to get you started.

Make some, then try something new:

  • Ginger Mint
  • Patchouli Orange
  • Rosemary Mint
  • Sandalwood Citrus
  • Lavendar Lemon
  • Frankincense Myrrh
  • Patchouli

DIY: Essential Cologne FOR MEN

Instead of buying an expensive, toxic cologne, put a personal (and healthy) touch to it this year by making your own.
Cologne and perfume making is easy and fun. Make sure to check out our previous blog post for more information on how to get started.

These cologne recipes have been tried and tested by both men and women and have all been unanimously given two thumbs up. Feel free to switch up the oils to make your own personal blend.

These cologne recipes are about a 20% oil and 80% carrier oil based. If you want a stronger scent, you can make it up to a 30/70 ratio. The cologne recipes below are for a 1/3 oz. vial (10ml). You will need to adjust your recipe if you use a smaller or larger vial.
What You Need:

This recipe provides an “Earthy Spice” scent

1/3 oz. roll-on vial (10 ml). You can purchase them here.
10 drops Clove essential oil
20 drops White Fir essential oil
40 drops Bergamot essential oil
5 drops Lemon essential oil
280 drops Fractionated Coconut Oil

Tip: A dropper may be helpful in order for you to get the exact amount.

1- Take a glass vial and combine all necessary drops of essential oil and Fractionated Coconut Oil into bottle. Attach the roll-on cap and shake the vial until the mixture is combined.

2- Let mixture sit for at least 24 hours before use. This allows the oils to fully combine.

3- You’re done! Apply cologne to wrists for best results.

Tips: To see if you like the scent, make a small sample first. If you like it, make a larger batch. You can always add more oils to the mixture later.

Other Cologne Mixtures:

Spicy Pick-Me-Up
36 drops Cinnamon essential oil
12 drops Cassia essential oil
12 drops Peppermint essential oil
12 drops Grapefruit essential oil
280 drops Fractionated Coconut Oil

Fresh Cut Grass
12 drops Basil essential oil
6 drops White Fir essential oil
13 drops Wild Orange essential oil
13 drops Bergamot essential oil
26 drops Citrus Bliss essential oil blend
280 drops Fractionated Coconut Oil

Woodsy Black Licorice
8 drops Fennel essential oil
8 drops Cypress essential oil
8 drops Wild Orange essential oil
32 drops Sandalwood essential oil
8 drops Lime essential oil
8 drops Wintergreen essential oil
280 drops Fractionated Coconut Oil

Sweet Musk
32 drops Lime essential oil
24 drops Fennel essential oil
16 drops Patchouli essential oil
280 drops Fractionated Coconut Oil

Musky Cinnamon
28 drops Cinnamon essential oil
12 drops Rosemary essential oil
12 drops Wild Orange essential oil
280 drops Fractionated Coconut Oil

Essential Oil Recipes


6 large diced avocados
6 diced roma tomatoes
1/4 cup chopped red onion
1/4 cup chopped white onion
3 diced serrano peppers (optional)
1/4 cup chopped red bell pepper
1/4 cup chopped green bell pepper
2 teaspoons crushed red pepper
1 1/4 cup non-GMO organic corn
1 cup black beans
2 cups sliced black olives
Dash of garlic powder
Dash of salt
1.5 drops cilantro essential oil (One drop is not enough, two is too much. Add one drop into a spoon and remove half the quantity with the tip of a napkin)
3 drops lime essential oi
lMix all ingredients together saving avocados for last. Chill 30 minutes and stir before serving.


10 sprigs of cilantro
3 – 4 garlic cloves
1 – 4 serrano peppers (depending on how spicy you want it)
1/4 Walla Walla sweet onion
8 – 12 roma tomatoes
Garlic salt
sugar substitute (stevia or xylitol) equivalent to 1 tablespoon sugar
2 drops lime essential oil
1 drop cilantro essential oil
Toothpick of black pepper essential oil
Salt and pepper to taste.  Using a manual food processor, add ingredients in the following order and process after adding each ingredient: 10 sprigs of cilantro, garlic, serrano peppers, onions, and tomatoes.Add garlic salt, sugar, essential oils, and salt and pepper to taste.


½ sweet onion
½ red onion
2 serrano peppers
1 jalapeño
3 cloves minced garlic
1 tomato
3 large red tomatoes (quartered)
2 Roma tomatoes (halved)
5 tomatillos
1 green bell pepper (quartered)
1 bunch of cilantro
Garlic salt
2 drops lime essential oil
2 drops cilantro essential oil.
Add all ingredients to your blender. Puree ingredients until smooth. Leave the lid on your blender 5 minutes after blending. Pour and serve with your favorite tortilla chips.

The information shared in this document has not been evaluated by the FDA. The products and methods recommended are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any illness or disease, nor is it intended to replace proper medical help. Kindly understand that essential oils work to help to bring the body into balance - thus helping the body's natural defenses to restore homeostasis. Essential oils are not used to "treat" medical problems.