Years ago I created a few custom aromatherapy room sprays for a friend’s business. One of the blends that I made I called the Enchanted Forest Aromatherapy Room Spray, which proved to be a favorite among her guests.
Her business, Stormking Day Spa and Cabins, is situated in the foothills of Mount Rainier, where she caters to couples looking to unwind, unplug, and relax. I think the spray captured the essence of the area, and the magical feeling she has created for her guests.
Today she called me to ask if I still had the recipe for the Enchanted Forest room spray. A woman who had been a guest 15 years ago wanted to know the exact proportions of the essential oils that were used, so I went through my notes and found it for her.
The room spray has a very woodsy and earthy smell, which I find helps to calm and ground me.
The oils I used:
- Cedar Atlas essential oil has a sweet, woodsy smell, and helps to produce a calm and meditative state of mind.
- Vetiver essential oil has a sweet and smoky aroma. The earthy scent helps to ground and calm the nervous system.
- Basil essential oil has a sweet, herbal scent. It can be calming and help relieve mental fatigue, enhance clear thinking and improve memory.
- Patchouli essential oil has a heavy, sweet and earthy smell. It helps to deeply relax the nervous system, and is great to use in meditation.
- Sandalwood essential oil has a sweet and woody scent. It is grounding and calming.
Enchanted Forest Aromatherapy Room Spray Recipe
Cedar Atlas Essential Oil: 10 drops
Vetiver Essential Oil: 4 drops
Basil Essential Oil: 4 drops
Patchouli Essential Oil: 4 drops
Sandalwood Essential Oil: 2 drops
2 ounce glass spray bottle
Distilled or filtered water
Add the drops of essential oils into a 2 ounce bottle with a spray or atomizer top. Then carefully add the water, leaving some room at the top so when you place the tube and top on, it doesn’t overflow.
Shake well, do a couple of sprays, and enjoy.
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