8-ounce glass spray bottle
1/2 cup distilled water
20 drops essential oil
Try these essential oils on their own: Uplifiting Blend, Lavender, Peppermint, or even Lemon
Combine the distilled water and your choice of essential oil into a glass spray bottle. You can use more or less essential oil depending on how strong you want the aroma. Make sure you shake the bottle prior to each use.
Try freshening up your furniture, carpets, car, or bathroom with a couple of spritzes of your new essential oil air freshener.
If you’re interested in learning more about what’s in your home, check out the documentary Chemerical – Welcome to a toxic free world.
Sources: – wikipedia – nrdc.org – chemicalnation.com
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