Homemaking Bundle Flash Sale

My favorite homemaking resource is on sale for two days only!

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The best homemaking resource ever is back and better than ever! #homemaking #sale #printables #budget #familytime #marriage #selfcare #motherhood #homeschool #workathomemom #stayathomemom #blogging #declutter #clutter
Back in April the 2018 Ultimate Homemaking Bundle went on sale. It is the best yet. Now, for two days only you can snag it.

If you are not sure if it is worth it, I walk you though how to see if it is worth it, here.

Plants To Clean The Air In Your Home

Is the air in your home clean?

Unfortunately, today, many products that we use (couches, mattresses, drywall, paints, carpets, laminate flooring, cabinetry, cleaning products) in our homes put off quite a bit of toxins.
Clean air is important to a healthy home. Here are some plants that help clean the air. #earthday #cleanair #homemaking #home #greenliving
Getting the toxins out can improve mood and productivity, reduce stress and fatigue, and enhance memory and concentration.
These plants help improve the quality of the air in your home, by cleaning the air, adding humidity, and increasing the oxygen in your home as well.
A lot of them are toxic if ingested, so if you have pets or small children you may want to avoid them or put them out of reach.
Even if you have a black thumb, some of these may work well for you as they are tougher plants that can deal with some neglect.

Palm Plants

Bamboo Palm, Dwarf Date Palm, Areca Palm, Lady Palm, and Parlor Palm are all good at removing toxins including formaldehyde, but Bamboo,  and Dwarf Date Palms are the best. Bamboo Palms remove benzene, trichloroethylene and formaldehyde effectively. Dwarf Date Palms remove a lot of toxins, but are especially adept at removing xylene. The Lady Palm is great at removing ammonia.
Some of these can take up quite a bit of room, so that is something to consider, some withstand neglect better than others.

Lilies

Peace Lilies, Flamingo Lilies. Peace lilies are known to clean the air of benzene, formaldehyde, trichloroethylene, xylene, toluene,  ammonia, alcohols, and acetone. Flamingo Lilies are known to clean  formaldehyde, ammonia, toluene and xylene
It should be mentioned that you need to be careful with these around pets and children as they are poisonous if consumed. They are pretty low maintenance.

Ferns

Boston Fern is great at removing formaldehyde. The Kimberly Queen Fern is lesser known, but highly effective at removing formaldehyde and alcohols, and makes a great natural humidifier since it has a high transpiration rate.
The Boston Fern does not handle vigorous movement, so if you have pets or children you might want to skip it.
 

Weeping Fig (Ficus)

The Ficus is a good filter of formaldehyde, xylene, and toluene. It is a bigger plant though, and can be temperamental.

Aloe Vera

Aloe vera is a great filter of benzene and formaldehyde. There are a whole list of benefits to growing your own aloe though!

Ivy

Devli’s Ivy is good at removing benzene, formaldehyde, xylene & toluene. English Ivy removes those and trichloroethylene. Oakleaf ivy is also an effective air filter.
Should be avoided if you have pets or children as they are toxic.

Rubber Plant

The rubber plant is an excellent air filter for your home. It is also a very tough plant.
It is toxic, so avoid if you have pets or children.

Golden Pothos

The Golden Pothos, also known as a Money Plant, is another remover of indoor toxins in the home. It is especially effective at removing carbon monoxide, benzene, formaldehyde, toluene and xylene from the air.
It also withstands neglect. Great for people who cannot grow anything.

Dracaena

The draceana is a great indoor air cleaner. It is rated one of the best plants for removing trichloreoethylene. The red-edged dracaena is great at removing xylene, trichloroethylene and formaldehyde. The warneckei is great at removing benzene, formaldehyde, and trichloroethylene. Janet Craigs are a popular variety, as is the cornstalk dracaena, and both are quite effective as air cleaners.
It should be noted that the dracaena is a poisonous plant and should be avoided near animals and children.

Mums

A great flowering plant that removes toxins from the air, including formaldehyde, benzene and ammonia.

Spider Plants

The spider plant is pretty one that is great at filtering formaldehyde, xylene and toluene.

Snake Plant

Also known as the Mother-In-Laws Tongue, it is effective at removing benzene, formaldehyde, trichloroethylene, xylene and toluene.
It is toxic, so again, if you have pets or small children you will want to avoid this one.

Wax Begonia

Great filter of benzene and chemicals produced by toluene.
They are toxic, so avoid if you have pets or children.

Tulips

Tulips are beautiful and are effective at removing formaldehyde, xylene, and ammonia from the air.
Another plant that is toxic for pets, and small children that might eat them.

Chrysanthemum

These pretty blooming plants are good at filtering our benzene.
Toxic if ingested.

Orchids

Dendrobium Orchid removes alcohols, acetone, formaldehyde, and chloroform from the air. The Moth Orchid does help clean the air, but not as effectively as Dendrobium Orchids.

Azaleas

Azaleas are great at cleaning formaldehyde from the air.
While pretty, they are toxic if ingested.
 

Heart Leaf Philodendron

The Heart Leaf Philodendron is a great cleaner of formaldehyde. It is also a tougher plant, making it great if you are not good with plants.
It too is toxic if ingested.

Chinese Evergreen

This plant is good at removing benzene and formaldehyde.
It is toxic if ingested.

Purple Waffle Plants

The purple waffle plant is a great air cleaner. They are especially effective at removing formaldehyde from the air.

Lilyturf

The Lilyturf is effective ate removing ammonia, toluene, xylene, and formaldehyde from the air.

Gerbera Daisy

Gerbera, or Barberton as they are sometimes referred to,  Daisies are good at removing benzene, formaldehyde, and trichloroethylene.

Herbs

The herbs rosemary, lavender, jasmine and mint have been found to be excellent air cleaners as well as adding a gentle fragerance to the air.

Do you have house plants?

 
 
 
 
 
 

My Favorite Green Products

My Favorite Green Products #earthday #greenliving #earthweek #environment #green #ecofriendly #eco

God blessed them; and God said to them, “Be fruitful and multiply, and fill the earth, and subdue it; and rule over the fish of the sea and over the birds of the sky and over every living thing that moves on the earth.”

Genesis 1:28

We are stewards of God’s creation, and as such it is important to try to do what we can to be good stewards of what He has put us in charge of.
No, this world is not our home, but that does not mean that we should not try our best to take care of it.
Another side of the coin is that it is very often being good stewards of our bodies and finances.
These are some of the products that I use to try to help take better care of the earth, and our bodies.

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 Reusable Shopping and Produce Bags

 

According to the Wall Street Journal, the US goes through 100 billion plastic shopping bags each year. Less than 5% are recycled, and they take an estimated 1,000 years to biodegrade. That is a whole lot of crud piling up on the earth. For more information on plastic bags and there effects on the environment, you can check out the plastic bag fact sheet.

Cloth Diapers and Wipes


This has saved us a ton of money, and has kept a lot of diapers out of the landfill! Three kids and a combined diapering time of 8 years (4+3+1)so far.
The Union of Concerned Scientists has estimated about 18 billion diapers are thrown into landfills every year. In 1998 a study by the EPA found that diapers made up about 2.1% of garbage in the landfill that year (about 3.4 million tons!).
We use mostly prefolds and covers. For wipes we have a combination of baby wash cloths, soft old tshirt squares, and some flannel ones the we either made or bought. Most disposable diapers are filled with toxic chemicals, so we see this as being a good steward of our finances, our children’s health, and the earth. I hope to get a post up about it one day!

Glass Water Bottles


Americans used about 50 billion plastic water bottles last year. However, the U.S.’s recycling rate for plastic is only 23 percent, which means 38 billion water bottles – more than $1 billion worth of plastic – are wasted each year.
Plastic is also made with some really nasty chemicals (including fluorene-9-bisphenol, or BHFP for short-which has shown to cause uterine problems and miscarriages in mice). For more information on BHFP in water bottles, you can click here.
We have tried a couple of different types of glass water bottles, and we have found that we really like the Camelbaks because of their durability and warranty.

Applesauce/Yogurt/Smoothie Pouches


My children love applesauce, and in a pouch it is an easy snack to carry with us. These are great because they are reusable, and I can also save money buying a big jar of apple sauce instead of the individual pouches.

Reusable Sandwich, Snack and Freezer Bags

We use these all of the time for snacks for story times, church, the zoo, and just running errands. There are lots of fun patterns and colors to choose from. They have saved us money and saved baggies going to the landfill.

The Misto


I love using this one! Oil sprays that you get from the store have all kinds of additives, this allows me to use straight up oil, and still get the spray that is needed at times.

Silicone Popsicle Molds


These are such fun, and they cut down on packaging and exposure to plastics.

Feminine Hygiene Products

Since I have been pregnant and exclusively nursing/or the last several years, I have not had too much need for these, but I have gone green with Aunt Flow. I am planning a post on this topic sometime in the future, but I highly recommend Stichin’ Pretties for mama cloth, and the Meluna Cup for the cup option (far more customizable than the Diva cup that is the big name in menstrual cups). Conventional pads and tampons are full of toxic chemicals, costing a lot of money, and making a big impact on the environment.

Beeswrap


This great product cuts out the need for plastic wrap. It can also be used to wrap sandwiches. I am playing around with making my own, but I am not quite happy with it yet.
What are some of your favorite green products? Have you tried any of these before? What did you think?

121 Spring Essential Oil Diffuser Blends

Spring is just around the corner! I cannot wait for the weather to get nicer. In the mean time, I have been playing around with some of these essential oil diffuser blends.
121 Spring Essential Oil Diffuser Blends #essentialoils #spring #diffuser
Please take a moment to check out the Essential Oil Safety Page as some of these oils are not safe to use around pregnant and nursing mamas, or around children under 10. Always be sure to use oils safely.
121 Spring Essential Oil Diffuser Blends #essentialoils #spring #diffuser
121 Spring Essential Oil Diffuser Blends #essentialoils #spring #diffuser
121 Spring Essential Oil Diffuser Blends #essentialoils #spring #diffuser

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Need a diffuser? This is my favorite:

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Do you diffuse oils? Which are your favorites?

The Free App I Use To Keep Toxic Chemicals Out Of Our Home

One of our goals is to do things as naturally, and toxin free as we can. Many of today’s products (cosmetic, personal care, and cleaning products) are loaded with chemicals that have been linked to a myriad of health issues (cancer, fertility issues, etc). Finding clean products is not always easy.
The App The I Use To Check Products For Toxic Chemicals @godschicki
The Think Dirty app is somewhat useful, though it’s rather outdated on some things and lists some questionable products as okay.
Ingredio allows you to take or upload a picture of the product in question’s ingredients, it converts it to text and breaks down the product for you, giving you the general rating, as well as the ingredients information pages so that you can see what the hazards are. And it is free.

How to Get Started

I know that it is available in Google Play, I do not know if it is available for the iPhone.
Download the app. It is pretty easy there!

Take a Picture

Take a picture of the ingredients list on that bottle of shampoo or lotion before you get it. You can snap the picture, and crop it so that the ingredients are the only text visible (makes it a bit faster).


 
 
 

View Products Report

See the overall risks associated with the products, and each ingredient’s hazard statements and information.


This is a great, easy way to check products before you buy them. I have even screen capped ingredients online and used the app.
I hope that this app helps you get those toxins out of your home!
Do you have a resource for checking the products that come into your home?
How To Make Your Home Smell Good Naturally | Lavender Lemon Disinfecting Spay
 

Gluten Free, Real Food Pumpkin Recipe Roundup

I have this thing for pumpkin. September to early December is pumpkin season in our house. I try not to go too crazy since hubby does not love it as much as I do, but I get it in where I can. We try to eat real food (less processed), and we eat gluten free as well, so I wanted to make a round up of gluten free real food pumpkin recipes.

Key

With the exception of one or two that can easily be modified to be gluten free (GF), these are all gluten free. If there are other bits of info about the recipe, I have included them. Some are paleo, keto, dairy free (DF), sugar free (SF), vegetarian, vegan, and soy free.
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Basics

Homemade Pumpkin Puree
Pressure Cooker Sugar Pie Pumpkin Puree
Pumpkin Pie Spice

Main Dishes/Soups/Sides

Flourless Pumpkin Waffles (GF, Paleo)
Pumpkin Broccoli Soup
Roast Pumpkin Mediterranean Salad
Slow Cooker Turkey Pumpkin Chili
Spiced Pumpkin Risotto
Pumpkin Overnight Steel Cut Oats(GF, DF options)
Kale Mushroom Pumpkin Alfredo (Not Originally GF, but you can easily substitute GF pasta)
Savory Paleo Pumpkin Soup(GF, DF, Paleo)
Pressure Cooker Pumpkin Curry Chicken
Roasted Apple Pumpkin Soup with Potatoes(GF, DF, Vegan)
Meatless Pumpkin Lasagna (GF, Vegetarian)
Quick Vegetarian Chili
Pumpkin Soup
Slow Cooker Thai Pumpkin Sweet Potato Yellow Curry (GF, Paleo)
Quick & Creamy Pumpkin Soup
Creamy Vegan Pumpkin Chestnut Pasta (GF, Vegan)
Chickpea Pumpkin Biryani (GF, Vegan)
Pumpkin Cranberry Quinoa Salad (GF, Vegan)
Vegan Miso Pumpkin Soup (GF, Vegan)
Savory Pumpkin Casserole
Pumpkin Soup With Bacon (GF DF)
Vegan Pumpkin Curry(GF, Vegan)
Super Spicy Pumpkin Soup
Slow Cooker Beef & Pumpkin Stew (GF, Paleo)
Pumpkin Sauce With Meatballs(Not GF, but can sub GF bread crumbs and pasta)
Maple Pumpkin Spice Oatmeal(GF, SF, Can be DF)

Breads

Pumpkin Pie Protein Bake
Pumpkin Donut Recipe
Light & Fluffy Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Muffins (GF, DF)
Pumpkin Muffins
Healthy Pumpkin Muffins (GF, SF, Paleo)
Sugar Free Pumpkin Bread (GF, DF, SF, Paleo, Keto
Sour Cream Pumpkin Butter Muffins
Pumpkin Pie Snowball Cookies
Pumpkin Apple Harvest Muffins
Pumpkin Fritters/Gulgula
Oat Flour Cranberry Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Muffins
Grain Free Pumpkin Nut Bread

Desserts

Easy Pumpkin Fudge(GF, DF, SF, Paleo)
Keto Pumpkin Pie(GF, SF, Keto)
No Bake Pumpkin Cheesecake Bites
Paleo Pumpkin Pie Dessert Nachos (GF, Paleo)
Pumpkin Spice Frosted Brownies
Dark Chocolate and Pumpkin Swirl Cake
Crustless Low-Carb Pumpkin Pie
Instant Pot Pumpkin Cheesecake
Pumpkin Pie From Scratch
Pecan Pumpkin Shake (GF, Vegan)
Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies
Pumpkin Cobbler with Brown Butter Streusel (Not GF, but could easily swap a GF baking mix for the flour)
Caramel Stuffed Pumpkin Cupcakes with Marshmallow Frosting(GF, DF, Soy Free)
Healthy Wheat Free Pumpkin Cookies
Magical Paleo Pumpkin Crumble Bars(GF, Paleo)
Pumpkin Date Cookies

Miscellaneous

Savory Pumpkin Hummus
Pumpkin Spice Smoothie (GF, DF)
Pumpkin Popcorn Balls
Pumpkin Spice Simple Syrup
Pumpkin Spice Hummus
Coconut Oil Roasted Pumpkin Seeds
Sticky Pumpkin Wedges (GF, Whole 30)

What is your favorite way to enjoy pumpkin?

Aprons & Pearl Linkup

Nothing too exciting this week. I have a couple of posts that are almost done, so keep an eye out for those. Other than working on them bits here and there, I have been trying to declutter and clean up, and balance doing stuff with the kids. Trying to have more productive days. Working on getting better sleep and staying hydrated.
Autumn is in full swing.  I have been alternating between energy boosting oils and autumn scents in the diffuser, and putting on pots of citrus peels and spices to make the house smell like autumn. The weather has been nice so I have had the windows open when I can.
I have so many ideas…just need time to get them into post form!
 

The Aprons & Pearls Link-up

“If you want to experience consistent victory and see it played out in the atmosphere of your home, continually look for areas in which the Holy Spirit is leading to greater obedience, and ask God what your part is in making that a reality.

Cynthia Carrier

Aprons & Pearls Link~up @godschicki
This is a Christ-based weekly link-up to encourage others in their walks, and help Christian bloggers get their work out there.
Leave links to posts that are:
Homemaking/natural living/parenting/Christian walk related.
This could be natural living posts, recipes, cleaning, parenting, devotions, lessons, homeschool, Christian living, mentoring, modesty, gardening, homemade, diy, marriage, relationships, frugality, etc.

Linking Guidelines:

  • Link directly to your post (not to your homepage).
  • Please, no marketing posts (Plexus, Jamberry, MLM Oils or the like). Affiliate links to relevant items okay.
  • Feel free to include old posts that need some love, relevant link ups and giveaways.
  • Leave as many as you like.
  • Link back to the Aprons & Pearls Linkup, either using the button below or a text link on either your post, sidebar, or link party page.
  • Use the hashtag #apronspearls when posting on social media so we can find your posts as well!

I would like to encourage you to browse through the links and take time to visit some and comment when lead.
The link-up will run Tuesday at 6am-Sunday at 5pm. Please come back Sunday and check out some of the posts!
I have made a Pinterest Board for the posts that you link-up, feel free to send me a message over on pinterest to be added. You can click here to check out the board.
As time allows I will pin some links from the linkup (unless you have already added them to the board), share them on social media and comment.
Please note: View expressed in linkedup posts do not necessarily reflect my own, and I reserve the right to delete inappropriate posts.
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Now, to the link-up!


Aprons & Pearls Link-up

It has been a busy week here in our house. Lots of stuff getting done. Going places. Cooking up yummies in the kitchen. Sick child.
I did not get get to write the post that I wanted to put up yesterday, but I have a couple coming up soon. So stay tuned for that.
I have been freshening things up. It has been beautiful weather, so the windows have been open as much as we can open them. I have been breaking out some natural smell good things. Lighting my beeswax candle. Swapped out my usual mood boosting oil scents for some autumn ones. If only there were a pumpkin essential oil!
There is a pumpkin recipe round-up in the works. “Pumpkin all the things!” is my motto September-November, but October is the main event. Oatmeal and pancakes have been all that I have attempted thus far, but a cheesecake is in the works….
I need to sit down and have a good planning session. Menus, schedules, activities…party planning.  A good brain dump is what I need at this point!
Autumn is indeed here, though we have already been above average temperature wise since it officially started.
Let us get to the linkup!

The Aprons & Pearls Link-up

“If you want to experience consistent victory and see it played out in the atmosphere of your home, continually look for areas in which the Holy Spirit is leading to greater obedience, and ask God what your part is in making that a reality.

Cynthia Carrier

Aprons & Pearls Link~up @godschicki
This is a Christ-based weekly link-up to encourage others in their walks, and help Christian bloggers get their work out there.
Leave links to posts that are:
Homemaking/natural living/parenting/Christian walk related.
This could be natural living posts, recipes, cleaning, parenting, devotions, lessons, homeschool, Christian living, mentoring, modesty, gardening, homemade, diy, marriage, relationships, frugality, etc.

Linking Guidelines:

  • Link directly to your post (not to your homepage).
  • Please, no marketing posts (Plexus, Jamberry, MLM Oils or the like). Affiliate links to relevant items okay.
  • Feel free to include old posts that need some love, relevant link ups and giveaways.
  • Leave as many as you like.
  • Link back to the Aprons & Pearls Linkup, either using the button below or a text link on either your post, sidebar, or link party page.
  • Use the hashtag #apronspearls when posting on social media so we can find your posts as well!

I would like to encourage you to browse through the links and take time to visit some and comment when lead.
The link-up will run Tuesday at 6am-Sunday at 5pm. Please come back Sunday and check out some of the posts!
I have made a Pinterest Board for the posts that you link-up, feel free to send me a message over on pinterest to be added. You can click here to check out the board.
As time allows I will pin some links from the linkup (unless you have already added them to the board), share them on social media and comment.
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Now, to the link-up! Click on the image below to add your link.


116 Essential Oil Diffuser Blends For Autumn

Today I am sharing 116 autumn inspired essential oil blends for your diffuser!
116 Autumn Essential Oil Diffuser Blends @godschicki
Autumn is in the air. If you have been around here long, you know that I like to make our home smell good naturally, and often use essential oils to do it (you can read more about that in Diffusing Essential Oils, 29 Mood & Energy Boosting Essential Oil Diffuser Blends, and Essential Oil Scent Ideas). I have been working on this for a while here and there, but I am finally getting it all together.
As always, safety is very important when using essential oils. Many MLM oil companies advocate unsafe use, so be sure that you make sure the oils that you use are safe for children, and if you are pregnant or nursing (Example, Rosemary should not be used while pregnant or around children under 10, peppermint should be used with caution while nursing and not around children under 10, eucalyptus should not be used around children under 10).

116 Essential Oil Blends for the Autumn Season

6 d Orange
1 d patchouli
1 d ginger
3 d fir
1 d lemon
4 d orange
1 d nutmeg
1 d cinnamon
1 d clove
5 d orange
2 d cinnamon
1 d clove
2 d cedar wood
3 d bergamot
3 d orange
1 d ginger
1 d lavender
2 d bergamot
3 d clary sage
2 d lemon
2 d wintergreen
1 d patchouli
1 d sandalwood
1 d orange
1 d lemon
2 d ylang ylang
4 d cypress
2 d clove
2 d amber
2 d cinnamon
3 d orange
2 d lemon
3 d patchouli
1 d clove
3 d orange
3 d balsam fir
3 d cinnamon bark
1 d lavender
2 d marjoram
1 d orange
1 d juniper
3 d orange
2 d sage
2 d patchouli
3 d tangerine
6 d cinnamon
2 d pine
1 d frankincense
1 d patchouli
1 d lavender
4 d orange
2 d juniper
3 d cedar wood
1 d clove
3 d frankincense
3 d myrrh
2 d sandalwood
1 d clary sage
5 d tangerine
3 d cinnamon
1 d clove
3 d frankincense
2 d lime
2 d peppermint
2 d orange
3 d lavender
1 d pine
3 d orange
3 d patchouli
1 d clove
1 d ginger
1 d cinnamon
1 d clove
2 d coriander
2 d cinnamon
2 d vanilla oleoresin
3 d orange
5 d orange
4 d white fir
3 d cinnamon
5 d eucalyptus
3 d juniper
3 d lemon
2 d white fir
2 d nutmeg
2 d sage
1 d orange
2 d lime
2 d sage
3 d white fir
2 d cinnamon
2 d clove
1 d ginger
3 d oregano
3 d thyme
1 d clove
5 d orange
1 d cinnamon
1 d clove
1 d nutmeg
2 d arborvitae
2 d cedar wood
2 d sandalwood
4 d pine
3 d mandarin
2 d rose
4 d orange
2 d clary sage
2 d patchouli
3 d frankincense
2 d cedar
2 d ylang ylang
1 d vetiver
4 d orange
2 d cinnamon
2 d ginger
3 d blue spruce
2 d ylang ylang
2 d orange
1 d balsam fir
2 d cedar wood
1 d pine
1 d cypress
1 d lavender
5 d spearmint
4 d cardamom
4 d orange
3 d frankincense
2 d cardamom
2 d cedar wood
2 d tangerine
 
 
5 d cinnamon
1 d clove
1 d nutmeg
4 d orange
3 d ginger
3 d cinnamon
4 d cypress
2 d fir
2 d sandalwood
3 d frankincense
1 d cedar wood
2 d fir
4 d orange
3 d cinnamon
3 d ginger
2 d cardamom
2 d cinnamon
3 d nutmeg
2 d ginger
2 d cardamom
4 d orange
2 d clove
2 d sandalwood

3 d lime
1 d lemon
1 d eucalyptus
3 d balsam fir
1 d wintergreen
2 d cedar wood
4 d frankincense
2 d pine
2 d clove
1 d nutmeg
1 d ginger
2 d cinnamon
2 d orange
2 d grapefruit
1 d clove
1 d cinnamon bark
3 d frankincense
2 d orange
2 d lavender
2 d rosemary
2 d cedar wood
2 d bergamot
3 d patchouli
3 d orange
1 d nutmeg
3 d cinnamon
2 d clove
1 d nutmeg
2 d orange
2 d cassia
2 d patchouli
2 d orange
3 d orange
1 d ginger
1 d clove
2 d frankincense
3 d frankincense
1 d cedar wood
1 d fir
1 d rosemary
6 d spruce
2 d eucalyptus
2 d wintergreen
1 d rosemary
3 d cedar wood
3 d grapefruit
2 d cinnamon
3 d orange
2 d clove
2 d ginger
2 d frankincense
3 d ginger
2 d cassia
2 d clove
2 d arborvitae
2 d cardamom
2 d cassia
4 d orange
3 d frankincense
1 do ylang ylang
3 d clary sage
3 d frankincense
2 d tangerine
1 d clove
1 d patchouli
3 d orange
2 d juniper
1 d ginger
1 d clove
2 d pine
1 d frankincense
1 d patchouli
1 d lavender
4 d douglas fir
2 d cypress
2 d patchouli
2 d juniper
4 d cedar wood
3 d cassia
3 d orange
2 d juniper
3 d lavender
3 d cedar wood
2 d patchouli
3 d cinnamon
3 d cedar wood
2 d clove
6 d patchouli
4 d orange
2 d lavender
2 d cypress
2 d bergamot
2 d balsam fir
2 d cardamom
1 d clove
1 d grapefruit
1 d orange
1 d juniper
1 d cedar wood
1 d clove
2 d lavender
2 d cedar
2 d eucalyptus
2 d roman chamomile
5 d tangerine
3 d cinnamon
1 d clove
1 d white fir
2 d orange
1 d cassia
3 d orange
2 d frankincense
2 d cinnamon
3 d cardamom
2 d cinnamon
2 d clove
1 d ginger
3 d lemon
1 d clove
1 d cinnamon
3 d lemon
2 d orange
1 d clove
3 d orange
2 d clove
2 d rosemary
2 d lemon
3 d orange
1 d cinnamon
2 d clove
2 d cinnamon
2 d ginger
3 d orange
5 d bergamot
2 d clove
2 d cinnamon
2 d black pepper
3 d lime
5 d cinnamon
1 d clove
1 d nutmeg
1 d allspice
5 d orange
1 d ginger
1 d patchouli
1 d cinnamon
4 d tangerine
1 d balsam fir
1 d cinnamon
1 d eucalyptus
2 d frankincense
3 d orange
4 d cypress
3 d orange
2 d clove
2 d ginger
2 d frankincense
3 d fir
2 d cinnamon
1 d lemon
1 d orange
1 d tangerine
1 d lime
2 d fir
1 d myrrh
1 d orange
2 d cedar wood
2 d cassia
3 d orange
3 d cardamom
1 d cinnamon
1 d orange
1 d clove
3 d orange
3 d frankincense
2 d cassia
2 d lime
2 d lemon
1 d orange
1 d bergamot
1 d fir
3 d douglas fir
2 d cedar wood
1 d juniper
1 d geranium
1 d clary sage
1 d lemon
1 d cinnamon leaf
3 d frankincense
3 d vanilla oreoresin
2 d cedar wood
1 d cardamom
1 d tangerine
10 d patchouli
4 d orange
2 d lavender
2 d cedar wood
2 d clove
2 d juniper
2 d orange
5 d cardamom
2 d orange
1 d cinnamon
1 d clove
3 d orange
3 d patchouli
1 d clove
3 d orange
2 d clove
2 d rosemary
4 d orange
3 d clove
3 d cinnamon
2 d lemon
2 d clove
3 d frankincense
3 d patchouli
2 d spikenard
4 d orange
3 d cinnamon
3 d cardamom
3 d douglas fir
3 d frankincense
2 d sandalwood
2 d lavender
4 d orange
2 d cassia
2 d orange
4 d ginger
3 d cinnamon
2 d ylang ylang
6 d cinnamon
3 d tangerine
5 d lemon
3 d orange
2 d frankincense
2 d cinnamon
6 d orange
2 d frankincense
1 d cinnamon
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Have you tried any of these? Which is your favorite?