Top 7 Essential Oils For Sleep

Top 7 Essential Oils For Sleep

There’s a lot of oils that I like to use for sleepy time whether I’m at my house or traveling.?✈️ These essential oils for sleep are really great!

What’s nice is that there are handful of calming oils that work really well at relaxing my mind and body.? You can use any of these oils individually or combine them based on whatever you have on hand.

Some of the main ones are roman chamomile, juniper berry, vetiver, cedarwood, balance, serenity, and lavender.?? If you don’t have any of these sleepy time oils, lavender is one of the most popular and comes in most kits.

I like to put my favorite oils in a roller bottle with some fractionated coconut oil and rub behind my ears and under my wrists as a starting points.

Here’s one of my nightly roll-on blends:?
– 10ml roller bottle
– 20 drops Juniper Berry
– 15 drops Cedarwood
– 15 drops Lavender
– Top with FCO

Sleepy Spray?
– 2oz bottle
– 20 drops Lavender
– 20 drops Roman Chamomile (or Serenity)
– Fill rest with water
– Shake before each use and spray sheets, pillow, and room!

What’s your favorite combination of calming oils to use????

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