Wednesday, November 19, 2014

"Mulling Spice" Room Spray ~ Autumn Aroma Essential Oil Blend


"The smell rejoiceth the heart of man, for which cause they used to strew {herbs and flowers} in chambers and places of recreation, pleasure, and repose, where feasts and banquets are made."

Ah, the warmth and coziness of autumn is captured and bottled in this aromatic blend! To make this seasonal room spray, place the following ingredients (in order) in a small spritzer bottle:


Let mixture sit for 24 hours and it is ready to use! Simply spritz around your home and soak in the sweet and spicy scent! 

This would also make a lovely hostess gift if paired with our DIY mulling spices and/or simmering potpourri. Happy homemaking, ladies!

14 comments:

  1. Thank you for the recipe, JES. I need to order the small spray bottles soon.
    I'm using everything in my arsenal battling an upper respiratory bug. I've never had a sore throat for over a week before. Hope you are well. So glad for all the posts on home medicine.

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    1. Oh dear! Hope you feel better soon! I also like to spray colloidal silver inside my throat for sore throats. It also works wonders. Do you have that in your home pharmacy?

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  2. This smells yummy!! Thanks for the recipe - I made some up and DH and I are enjoying it.

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    1. Wonderful!!! :) Thanks for sharing!

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  3. This would be lovely to have on hand. It can become stuffy during the winter months not being able to open the windows. This will keep things smelling sweet :)

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    1. Absolutely (and it will help to kill germs)! Thanks for stopping by Channon :)

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  4. I can smell this lovely mixture through the screen, Jes!
    I have these oils and will certainly be mixing this up. How wonderful it will be for the holidays. :-)
    What a joy my visit was here tonight!
    Have a blessed Thanksgiving.
    Joy in Jesus!
    Debbie

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    1. I hope you enjoy the scent as much as we do :)

      Thank you for visiting!

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  5. All these aromatic spices must make for a cozy and comforting Christmas fragrance. Thanks for sharing, Jes, as well as for the lovely photos!

    Poppy

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  6. JES....I love this. I do something similar with water and lavender essential oil. Thank you for sharing at Monday's Musings.

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  7. Oh I definitely need to blend this up! Do your u use tap water or distilled water for this? Does it matter?

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    1. The best is always using distilled but I always use tap (or boiled and cooled tap water is a close second). It gets used up quick enough that the shelf life is never a problem. I hope you like it! :)

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