We get it. Sometimes life can be straight up overwhelming. It can feel difficult to stay on top of work and family and everything else that life might throw at us. If you find yourself losing energy throughout the day, the Re-energize Inhaler Blend can be exactly what you need. It combines the citrusy and fresh aromas of Tangerine and Orange Blood to give you a little pick me up. This blend also uses Thyme Thymol, a warm, herbaceous oil that useful for supporting the immune system and respiratory tract. The combination helps you feel re-energized and healthy in the moments when you need it most.
Re-energize Inhaler Blend
What you’ll need:
- Aromatherapy Inhaler
- 5 drops Tangerine
- 3 drops Orange Blood
- 2 drops Thyme Thymol
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What you’ll do:
- Add essential oils to your aromatherapy inhaler and use throughout the day as needed.
60 thoughts on “Re-energize Aromatherapy Inhaler Blend DIY”
I love inhaling thyme when I feel I might be getting an upper-respiratory anything, when I am around a lot of people, or if I do get an upper-respiratory something. I am heading to a conference (with the first 2 worries underway), have recently fell back in love with tangerine (I think it is the sun), and was looking up a blend that would have me covered…well, thanks yet again 🙂
Thanks for the blend recipe, now I need to order inhalers!
I am excited to try the inhaler! I have not done this yet!!
This blend looks like it smells delicious! Thanks! I was glad to see something to help re energize me for spring cleaning. 😀
Winter blues, stuck in the house with two little ones and going crazy. I will be trying this out!
Can orange blood be replaced by orange sweet?
It sure can!
I’ve never tried an inhaler before, but a friend purchased one for me. I’m excited to give it a try, and this recipe looks great!
I just recently purchased Thyme, so this looks great to try! I think I’m going to make a master blend to use to diffuse. I don’t have Tangerine, but I’m going to play around with other citruses. Thank you!
I definitely need a mid day pick me up. I don’t have thyme but maybe I’ll try it out with rosemary until I get some.
I love using the inhalers! Thank you PT for both teaching me how to use them and making them available for purchasing. This has revolutionized how we use oils. I am saving up recipes for future reference!
Thanks for the recipe. I desperately need something to boost energy, especially in these dreary winter months
Would Thyme White be an appropriate substitution for Thyme Thymol? I need to carry an arsenal of inhalers, daily; particularly for the afternoon slumps. Thanks!
Meg, because Thyme White is not a product we sell, I cannot compare their GC-MS reports to determine if it is an appropriate substitution. Feel free to reach out to our team of aromatherapists at [email protected] and I’m sure they will be able to help you out more with this 🙂
I don’t particularly like anything Orange – is there a substitute for this? I would definitely want to try this DIY.
You can try Peppermint or Rosemary to replace the Orange. It will drastically change the aroma of this recipe, but those are still great EOs to help get you energized 🙂
This sounds like a great recipe! I don’t have thyme, but I think I’ll have to try it with rosemary as a sub. Thanks pt!
Going to try this for an after school/homework boost. Sounds amazing!
Great blend for when having that afternoon slump at work. Thanks for sharing 🙂
Thanks for another great suggestion on renewing our energy! Plant Therapy you ROCK!!!! I was going to ask for a sub for
thyme, but after reading other blog comments of repeat questions I figured out what oils I could sub for what oils I don’t have in my collection and made those notes to my written down recipe! Thanks for your time!
I just love DIY Aromatherapy inhalers. I make them on a regular basis. I find that as the seasons change so do my Aromatherapy needs. I love this blend as a pick me up on a drab day.
This is sounds like something I need at work!
I havent tried the inhalers yet, but i will save this recipe for when i do
I need to try an inhaler. I haven’t yet
I love my inhalers and can’t wait to make an energizer. The tip for using an empty “Extra” gum container to store them is perfect. Looking for a better way to label. I keep an inhaler under my pillow for when I wake up for no reason. 😉
I’ve never ordered any inhalers, but with 5 in the family over 10 and one age 4, I’m starting to think it might be a good idea so all of “big kids” can use non-kidsafe oils. 😉
I’ve been wanting to try an inhaler recipe and this seems like a good one to give a go with. Thanks for the recipe!
Sounds very refreshing and a great “pick me up”
I just added these oils to my cart. I can’t wait to try these! I love these diy blends! Thanks, Plant Therapy for always teaching us new ways that we can use oils!
Cant wait to try this ! Thank you for sharing!
I need to try this! I have a different thyme oil, would it work as well??
Oooh, I SO need to try this out! I haven’t tried inhalers yet, but that’ll be my next project (just have a bunch of roller bottles so far.) Trying to keep my energy during the day (when coffee is no longer an option) is essential for me.
Going to have to make this, Thanks
Sounds like Sunriver I need to try. I don’t have an inhaler yet. If I make this, hope often do you need to add more oil. Like if I add this exactly how long does it last or how often should you need to refresh?
Amanda, the aromatherapy inhaler’s scent will last depending on how often you use it. For instance, if you use it several times during the day for many days, the aroma will evaporate much quicker than if you use it only once every few days. Exposure to oxygen will decrease the intensity of the aroma over time. Refreshing the inhaler after a few months is a great idea, but you need to consider your own personal use of it. You’ll notice when the aroma is not as strong as you would like and can refresh it as needed 🙂
Sounds like a good blend. Thanks for the suggestion!
I love it when I have the oils on hand and can try a blend right away. Thanks for the recipe.
I will definitely be trying this! I have a large stash of inhalers and am always looking for new, helpful blends to use in them! Thanks, PT!
I’ve never heard of Thyme Thymol. I will have to give this inhaler blend a try.
I have never even heard of Thyme Thymol, I am going to have to look into it more, it sounds like something I would like. Thanks for the idea 🙂
I’m reading this while yawning at work. Wish I could have this right now!
Which of the other citruses would be a closest substitute for the Blood Orange? Will the Orange essence work just as well?
Orange Sweet and Orange essence would be great substitutions!
Can’t wait to try out this inhaler blend!
Is there a good sub for thyme in this?
Rosemary would be a great substitute in this recipe 🙂
Thank you so much! I made a blend with rosemary and it was a great perk me up during the afternoon.
This sounds perfect for me to carry in my pocket at work!
Definitely going to give this a try, always need an afternoon pick me up!
Oh, lord do I so need this one!
Just made this inhaler and absolutely LOVE it! I’m also going to use it in my diffuser. Thanks for the recipe!
YES! I’ll definitely be using this blend for when I get tired at school!
Sounds like I need this! I love that it’s an option to add all of these to cart straight from the blog post. Very handy!
I don’t have thyme. Is there something I can sub it for? And I’m breastfeeding so not sure if it needs to be a kid safe single or if it’s ok since it’s an inhaler.
Would love to get a recommendation for kidsafe/ nursing safe replacement for thyme unless thyme is safe for inhaling in those circumstances. Thank you.
I don’t have orange blood EO yet so would sweet orange be a good substitute? or grapefruit?
I always thought that Tangerine was relaxing; so I am a bit confused why it would be used in a re-energizing blend?
Hi, can you please suggest a substitute for thyme?
Brittany, Rosemary would be a great substitution 🙂
Sounds delicious! Anything that can boost energy is a win for me.