How to Make a Roller Bottle Blend
I did a quick Facebook live the other day showing you how to make roller bottle blends…it’s one of my favorite things and I don’t know why! They are just fun to use and it is a super easy way to add all of your favorite essential oils into one bottle for easy application.
How to make a roller bottle blend
Here is the replay from my Facebook live on my group (you can join here!)
Aaaaand that’s really it. It’ super simple and if there is an exact science to making your roller blends I don’t know about it soooo. If you want to add more than 30 drops of essential oil go for it. This is just what I do.
Some things to note:
- don’t ever use the coconut oil from the grocery story.
- if you want coconut oil use the fractionated coconut oil from DoTerra (this is how you can get 25% off)
- try to use the oils “intuitively” or how you feel
- I got my roller bottles here
Some of my favorite roller blends are:
Period pain support blend
30 drops cinnamon essential oil with black cumin oil. Most of my blends use sweet almond oil, but this is the only one where I use black cumin. I use this for when I’m having cramps, period pain, lower back pain, basically PAIN. I apply it to my lower back, up my spine a bit, and across my lower belly.
Mood support blend
I originally made this blend with 15 drops frankincense, 10 drops lemon, and 5 drops wild orange with sweet almond oil. When I’m feeling like a basket case I will use this on my neck and wrists. Before I was using the roller I was using 1 drop of each in my palm and inhaling.
20 drops oregano, 10 drops lemon, 10 drops melaleuca with sweet almond oil for breakouts. When I make this blend again I will also be adding 1o drops melaleuca and 10 drops lemon.
Blends for kids
This is different for every child, but pretty simple too–just take whatever oils you use regularly on your kid and add them to a roller. Super simple. To make applying oils at night on my boys I just did three equal parts of lavender, Digestzen, and On Guard (10 each) with sweet almond oil.
What is your favorite blend?