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6 Secrets for Mixing Essential Oils

Learn How to Mix Essential Oils
Using 6 Simple Secrets for Success

Gain Confidence and Eliminate Mistakes!

Mixing essential oils is fun and exciting - it's so satisfying to create fabulous new bath salts and massage oils, cleaners and candles. But sometimes when you're starting out, blending essential oils can also be a bit intimidating.

check How do you know which oils to buy?
check What are they good for?
check How do you use them?
check And how do you know which ones to blend together to create delicious, healing scents?

I was lucky to have some good training when I was first introduced to essential oils - I didn't jump in all by myself. But lots of folks don't have a mentor at their back to walk them through the basic principles of mixing essential oils, and that can leave you wondering if you're doing it right or what you might be missing.

I wrote this handy little 50 page eBook to be your "mentor" and teach you the basic information you need so you can create your own essential oil blends with confidence and without mistakes.

Here's what you'll learn:

check How to classify essential oils using categories.
  1. Energetic Effects
  2. Scent Groups
  3. Notes
check How to use the three different category types to choose complementary oils for blending.
check How to choose your first essential oils.
check What to look for in a starter kit.
check Why you need to consider essential oil quality - and how to find out the quality of a brand.
check Critical safety information you need to know about the essential oils you'll be blending.
check How to think about mixing essential oils so you'll feel confident about choosing your oils.
check How to use the Rule of Three.
check How to create essential oil blends for body, bath and home applications including:
  • Bath Salts
  • Massage Oil
  • Lotion
  • Shampoo & Conditioner
  • Hand Soap
  • Room Spray
  • Carpet Freshener
  • Laundry
check How to mix essential oils for health concerns such as anxiety, pain and fatigue.

Includes 12 pages of health problems and the correct oils to care for them.


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Immediately after your purchase, you can download your eBook
and start learning how to mix essential oils right away. Oils are not included.

Who Am I to Talk?

author 6 secrets for mixing essential oils I have a thriving aromatherapy website, a successful offline product line and a wonderful group of friendly aromatherapy enthusiasts who email me regularly for advice.

And over 10 years real-world experience blending essential oils to make aromatherapy products for my home and famly.

Here's a little taste of what you'll find in 6 Secrets to Mixing Essential Oils...

6 Secrets to Mixing Essential Oils ... page 15
orange essential oil

Group By Scent Types

A helpful starting point for mixing your own aromatherapy oils is to organize them into simple groups. One way to think of them is by grouping them into five different scent "types".

Floral Geranium, Jasmine, Lavender, Palmarosa, Rose, Vanilla, Ylang Ylang
Citrus Bergamot, Citronella, Grapefruit, Lemon, Lemongrass, Lime, Melissa, Neroli, Orange, Petitgrain, Tangerine
Spicy Cinnamon, Clove, Ginger, Nutmeg, Pepper
Woody Cedarwood, Coriander, Cypress, Fir, Frankincense, Helichrysum, Juniper, Myrrh, Patchouli, Sandalwood, Vetiver
Green (also called "herbaceous") Basil, Chamomile, Clary Sage, Eucalyptus, Marjoram, Oregano, Peppermint, Pine, Rosemary, Sage, Tea Tree, Thyme

Notice that some oils could fit into more than one category, depending on how your nose "reads" their scent. Pine, for example, may smell more "woody" than "green" to you. Or you may experience Palmarosa as more citrus than floral.

How does this help you?

With this grouping system, you can choose an essential oil from one category and blend it with an oil from another category. For example, citrus oils generally blend well with spicy oils. Citrus and floral also often work well together. Woody and floral is usually a good combination, and green and citrus are good too.

So, using the chart above, you could use some of the following blending ideas as a place to start.

... continued on page 16


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Immediately after your purchase, you can download your eBook
and start learning how to mix essential oils right away. Oils are not included.

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The "6 Secrets for Mixing Essential Oils" eBook comes with a No-Questions-Asked Guarantee:

If you're not satisfied with this eBook, just contact me within 8 weeks of your date of purchase (the contact link is right in the eBook) - and I'll issue your 100% refund immediately.

Your purchase is 100% safe and secure - and 100% risk-free!

Thank You!

Thanks for your time! I appreciate your interest in learning how to mix essential oils - it's well worth it! Have fun!

All the best,


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"Bought it last night and already read it! Thank you Kyley!

Just what I needed to help me help others!"

Michele A.

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I love the ebook, I keep reading it over and over.

Good stuff and easy to understand. Fabulous job!

Lisa N.

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"Thanks so much for the ebook!

I have "dabbled" in essential oils for years but recently became acquainted with doTerra oils and a whole new world has opened up to me.

I loved the simple easy language used in the book, there was no margin for errors, very easy to understand.

I also really enjoyed the charts in the book, they really helped me start to group oils in my head.

I see this as one of my "go to" aromatherapy books that I will use for many years.

The information in the book has got my cogwheeels turning and I am thinking of all kinds of essential oil blends that until reading the book I didn't even know were possible.

Thanks for giving me the knowledge that will enable me to reach a new level of discovery."

Shirley V.

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This book is great! I like the groups of oils to help determine things like stimulant or sedative, floral or woody, etc.

I am still reading but wanted to let you know I really like it!

Thanks so much for sharing.

Vickie D.

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