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Frankincense & Fir Diffuser/Air Freshener Christmas Recipe

Fir Needles
Fir Needles  

I love the traditional aroma of Frankincense and Myrrh, but Myrrh can be a bit heavy and earthy for frequent use in room fragrancing. AromaWeb's Frankincense & Myrrh recipe livens up the traditional aroma of Frankincense and Myrrh with the additions of Orange and Cedarwood.

Around the holidays, my Frankincense & Fir blend fills the room with a light, uplifting and energizing aroma that does not compete with other Christmastime aromas from the tree, baking and so on. This year, I used this blend in a batch of handmade soaps that I made for stocking stuffers, and I made a couple extra for myself. I am finding this to be the bar that I keep reaching for each time I shower (I love variety, and usually keep 3 bars of handcrafted soaps in the bath to select from). You may love it this much too!

Combine the essential oils in a bottle and use in your diffuser. If you're new to diffusion, read AromaWeb's Essential Oil Diffusers article.

Frankincense Tears
Frankincense Tears  

Or use AromaWeb's Air Freshener Recipe to create a beautiful room mist (use approximately 12 drops Frankincense, 12 drops Fir Needle and 6 drops Grapefruit).

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