Calm the Mom Inhaler Blend

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Calm the Mom Inhaler Blend

To all the moms out there living the hectic #momlife…this blend is for you!

We know (trust us we really know!) how crazy life can be for a mom, between grocery shopping, meal planning, dishes, lunches, rides to school, lessons, homework help, and lets not forget the never-ending laundry pile!

This Calm the Mom inhaler mom is brought to you by one of the awesome real-life moms in our Safe Essential Oils Facebook group, Jadey Wadeybug!

So sit back, take a much-deserved break, and whip up an inhaler full of this liquid relaxation!

DIY Calm the Mom Personal Inhaler Blend

What you’ll need: 

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What you’ll do: 

Mix your master blend and let it sit for a few days to meld together fully. Put 15 drops onto a personal inhaler wick and enjoy!

 

107 thoughts on “Calm the Mom Inhaler Blend”

  1. 6 months later and this is still my favorite inhaler recipe. Lately. I have been adding 1-2 drops of petitgrain to the master blend, it just works so well with the bergamot and neroli. I was hoping you’ll offer this as a synergy last Mother’s Day … maybe next year?

  2. I love th first three eos in the recipe, so I ordered Ho Wood. I will be making this one soon! I have been looking for calming/relaxing recipes without Ylang-Ylang and Jasmine (I react sometimes) and Lavender (I use it a lot!) for variety.

  3. Loving this blend! This is not something I would have put together on my own, but I am pleasantly surprised! Ho Wood is my current favorite, so I might kick that up a notch! Thank you, Jadey Wadeybug!!

  4. I am definitely ordering the oils I need to make this. Just yesterday a friend told me I ‘wear too many hats” and I need to step back. This upcoming holiday season will not help.

  5. Loving this blend! This is not something I would have put together on my own, but I am pleasantly surprised! Ho Wood is my current favorite, so I might kick that up a notch! 🙂 Thank you, Jadey Wadeybug!!

    1. You certainly can make a larger batch to divide into smaller bottles for diffusion. Just be sure to dilute properly if you are intending on applying topically

  6. Sounds really nice! I have a friend that has triplets, I am thinking this would be a nice little gift for her to try! Thank you!!!

    1. Great question Jessica! Inhalers/diffusers are more commonly used for emotional situations whereas rollers may be used more for things like injury, aches, skin problems, bruises, etc. Having an inhaler I is super convenient because they are portable, refillable and can be used anywhere without having to worry about possibly bothering someone else who is sensitive to scents.

  7. Not a mom, and do not have Neroli, but am diffusing this right now subbing sweet orange and it is very pleasing! Will be making a master blend for an inhaler tonight, thanks again PT!

  8. I have all but the Neroli and the Howood… I am a mom of 3 boys and going through divorce right now so this blend sounds like a must have. Any oils I can use to substitute the Neroli and Howood?

    1. Courtney, I think this blend will be perfect for you. You can sub Petitgrain for Neroli and sub Cedarwood/Sandalwood or Vetiver for the Ho Wood

    1. Hello Cristy! Yes, you can use in a diffuser. After you make the master blend, you can add 2-3 drops for every 100 ml of water in your diffuser 🙂

    1. Brenda, if you are referring to the Calming the Child blend, they will both have calming effects, but the scents are going to be different due to having all different oils

  9. Oh this is great! I guess I better start doing this blend especially if you have a 2year old toddler who is hyperactive like me.

    1. Ellen, it is good to allow the blend to meld before using. This allows the oils to blend together so you can get a better idea of how the blend will smell down the road. It will be difference than what it smells like when you first mix everything. So, depending on how patient you are lol

  10. I have all the oils except Neroli so I am going to make one with the other 3 oils. I adore Bergamot and Ho Wood! Great blend Jadey! Thanks for sharing!

  11. I’m just starting to get rolling in our school year and I already feel like we could all use a more calm me. I’ll have to try this out.

  12. I love the idea. However, I’m not a fan of make a blend of 20 drops and use 15 of them. What about the other 5? I have to use one of my empties to store it until I need a refresher.

    1. Andrea, if you are not wanting to hold on the the extra 5 drops until refreshing the inhaler, then you can always make a blend of just 15 drops, split as you’d like 🙂

  13. I wish I had Neroli – this blend looks amazing! I love the other oils in it, but I don’t have Neroli. Is there a good substitute?

  14. Okay I am so trying this! Homeschooling mama to a 1st. 2nd and 3rd grader! This is needed in my life!!!! I am so excited to have been introduced to PT!

  15. My favorite blend is Calming the Child. I’ve been known to steal it from my son’s stash! I cannot wait to try this and have a calming blend of my own.

  16. I am going to blend for the first time following a PT recipe. Is it best to wash or steralize with water bath before filling?

  17. Thanks for the tip of letting it “meld” together. Made a huge difference! I keep this in my purse and use it when I’m driving in traffic.

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