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Here’s What You Should Be Diffusing This Fall

Fall is almost here! And we know that as soon as Starbucks starts busting out the Pumpkin Spice Lattes – we want our houses to smell as much like fall as possible. Here’s just a start for what you should be diffusing this fall.


Finally Fall Set

Finally fall essential oil fall blends What You Should be Diffusing This FallOur annual Fall Blends are here, featuring our first entirely KidSafe seasonal set! We heard your prayers and we delivered. This year every single blend in our Finally Fall set is safe to diffuse and use around your kiddos!

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Fall Rain

Finally fall essential oil fall blends What You Should be Diffusing This FallThe crisp, coniferous scent of Fall Rain reminds us of rainy days spent in the forest. One sniff of this lovely blend will instantly transport you to the beautiful, coastal, wooded forests of the Pacific Northwest. Therapeutically, Fall Rain is the perfect blend to help ease breathing, calm the mind and body, and encourage a restful night of sleep.


Harvest MoonFinally fall essential oil fall blends What You Should be Diffusing This Fall

This is the perfect blend to bring that crisp, clean smell of fall indoors and freshen up any room with its uplifting scent. Bergamot adds that citrusy note. Cedarwood offers that woodsy outdoor note. Fir Needle and Juniper give this blend that forest-fresh feeling. Cardamom tops it off with a sweet spiciness. These oils together can help ease congestion during times of seasonal illness and soothe sore muscles due to overexertion.


Maple Leaf

Finally fall essential oil fall blends What You Should be Diffusing This FallPlant Therapy’s Maple Leaf Blend is the perfect fall scent to instill a sense of warmth and comfort during cold fall days. The sugary sweet notes of Vanilla Oleoresin and German Chamomile CO2 remind us of the last warm days spent hiking in autumn. Cedarwood grounds the blend with a subtle woody sweet note and Cardamom brings a hint of spice.


Other Iconic Fall Scents:

What if you don’t have our Finally Fall set on hand yet and still want to get in the fall mood? Well here are the essential oil singles that you probably already have in your collection to get you started right now!


Cinnamon cinnamon bark essential oil What You Should be Diffusing This Fall

An essential oil that smells like grandma’s kitchen? Yes, please! Cinnamon not only has a warm, inviting aroma but is also warming to the skin and can help with aging joints. Plus, when you’re diffusing this fall, Cinnamon is an obvious choice!

You can also check out this blog post on all the Cinnamon Essential Oil Types and How They’re Different for more info on this staple oil.


Copaiba copaiba oleoresin essential oil What You Should be Diffusing This Fall

Relaxing and calming with a sweet vanilla-y note, Copaiba is the perfect sweet note to add to your spicier, woody fall diffuser blends. Plus, it’s one of the most useful essential oils in your EO collection.

Read about The Top 5 Amazing (and Surprising) Benefits of Copaiba Essential Oil in this blog post!


Sweet Orange

orange sweet essential oil What You Should be Diffusing This FallKnown as the “Happy Oil”,  it has a juicy-fresh, light citrus scent can help freshen stale rooms and reduce nervous tension. But it’s also perfect when you’re diffusing this fall because it adds a little sweetness to the spicy or woody oils we love in the fall.


Any of the ‘Woodsplant therapy sandalwood What You Should be Diffusing This Fall

  • Sandalwood: We have 8 ideas for using Sandalwood, but it’s the soft, woody scent that makes this classic oil perfect for fall.
  • Cedarwood: This oil has a dry woody aroma, slightly smoky, balsamic, and very subtle with a hint of spice.
  • Ho Wood: This woody, slightly floral and camphorous scent is the perfect note to add to your sweeter fall diffuser blends.


Don’t forget to check out our Safe Essential Oil Recipes (SEOR) Facebook Group for more great ways to use these four oils!

148 thoughts on “Here’s What You Should Be Diffusing This Fall”

  1. Love fall! Cinnamon is a favorite to diffuse cause it is warm n cozy. Snuggle up on the couch with a blanket, book, diffuser with cinnamon bark and a cup of tea. Oh yes ready for those days by a warm cozy fire.

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  2. I am new to Plant Therapy and will be receiving my first oils on Thursday! Can’t wait to receive them. The Fall oils sound amazing!

  3. The Fall Rain and Harvest Moon sound wonderful. Now only if fall would arrive in my location (the desert southwest). I still have a bit of Orange Spiced from a previous purchase and have started to use it in anticipation of fall!

  4. Thank you for your high quality products. I must have two accounts. I ordered the Fall set last week on my phone. Love them! They’ve been in the diffuser all week! Is there anyway I can merge the two accounts?

  5. I just ordered the fall set and before reading the above information I also ordered cinnamon, sweet orange, and cardamom! So excited to try the blends and create my own blends.

  6. Harvest Moon is back… yay!!! I got it last year and I absolutely love this scent. You also got me interested in Maple Leaf so I just ordered it. Very excited to find out how it smells.

  7. I love the smells of fall and I appreciate the Synergy Sets from Plant Therapy. In this specific post, I also appreciate the individual oils that can lend themselves to the fragrance of fall. I have all the singles mentioned here, but only recently added Copaiba, so looking forward to using that one. I love to add seasonal fragrances blended from essential oils to clay ornaments or seasonal decorations to add a bit of the season to our home. Thank you for this enjoyable and helpful post!

  8. I’m a Fall type of girl year round, and I always look forward to these blends. When I run out, I LOVE, having in stock at all times, Clove, Nutmeg, Blood Orange, Sweet Orange, Cinnamon Bark and Ginger. I can’t wait to try these.

  9. So excited to try this set!! Fall is the best season and all the fresh, crisp, clean air scents! Also, thank you guys for the DIY paper pumpkin and coloring sheet, so cute!!

  10. Definitely trying these blends especially when friends come to visit…cinnamon, woods, orange and vanilla! Falling for all the Fall scents!

  11. I’m an essential oil addict! I use them for freshening the air (looking forward to the Fall scents), as well as injuries, aches and pains, cold, flu and allergies and the list goes on…LOVE THEM and Plant Therapy makes it so easy with their labelling. Thank you!

  12. Can’t wait to get my set.I get horrible headaches from traditional air fresheners; it is so nice to finally able to have something natural to make my house smell like fall.

  13. Thank you for this wonderful blog, and for offering Fall Blends set. All of this makes me eager for the lovely Fall months. I am thankful for the recipes you offered to make my own Fall blends.

  14. In so excited to get my hands on Fall Rain & Maple Leaf!
    Harvest Moon was my VERY First PT Oil I ever got when I started my PT journey last year & still one of my favorites! Im definitely excited to save up for the fall set as its my absolute FAVORITE Time of year

  15. Love this blog post. Thank you for making the entire fall line up kidsafe! I also really appreciate that you took the time to mention therapeutic benefits in addition to overall scent. It makes choosing oils like this a no brainer and leaves me with a greater understanding of how the synergy can be used theraputically.

    1. I will try to make some of the blends with my oil collection. Thanks, PT!

      Now let’s see if I get points commenting to this blog. My previous reviews and blog comments have not garnered points lately.

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