TOP 12 SPRING Essential Oil Diffuser Recipes

Spring is in the air and so are Young Living Essential Oils with these fantastic diffuser recipes!  I decided to compile a list of diffuser blends that remind me of springtime, but also that are beneficial during this season for physical and emotional health and wellness.

Below you will see 12 recipes that my family enjoys and many other people use as well.  Some recipes you find may have different amounts of drops or other oils added or taken out.  The options are really limitless when using your essential oils.  Keep trying and experimenting until you find something you like and works for you!

If you have a Young Living Home Diffuser, fill distilled water to line and then add oils.  Check out my order oils page to see how you can get a Home Diffuser with the purchase of a Premium Starter Kit.

I hope you enjoy the recipes!

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 Good Morning

4 Drops of Joy Essential Oil

3 Drops of Lemon Essential Oil

Fresh and Clean

2 Drops of Lavender Essential Oil

2 Drops of Lemon Essential Oil

2 Drops of Rosemary Essential Oil

Season Change 

2 Drops of Lavender Essential Oil

2 Drops of Lemon Essential Oil

2 Drops of Peppermint Essential Oil

Immune System Support

3 Drops of Purification Essential Oil

5 Drops of Thieves Essential Oil

Breathe Easy

3 Drops of Eucalyptus Globulus Essential Oil

4 Drops of Lavender Essential Oil

Sunny Day

2 Drops of Bergamot Essential Oil

4 Drops of Orange Essential Oil

2 Drops of Ylang Ylang Essential Oil

Rain Shower

4 Drops of Lemon Essential Oil

3 Drops of Vetiver Essential Oil

Dusk Outdoors

5 Drops of Citronella Essential Oil


2 Drops of Eucalyptus Globulus Essential Oil

4 Drops of Grapefruit Essential Oil

2 Drops of Rosemary Essential Oil

Citrus Blast

1 Drop of Bergamot Essential Oil

1 Drop of Grapefruit Essential Oil

1 Drop of Lemon Essential Oil

1 Drop of Lime Essential Oil

1 Drop of Orange Essential Oil

Flower Bed

4 Drops of Lavender Essential Oil

4 Drops of Purification Essential Oil

Wind Down

3 Drops of Lavender Essential Oil

3 Drops of Roman Chamomile Essential Oil

1 Drop of Vetiver Essential Oil

I would love to hear from you and about your springtime recipes!  Please feel free to share on this post in the comments section.

If you are looking for more information about essential oils to use during the spring, check out my post – Spring Cleaning with Essential Oils.

If you have any questions feel free to contact me at any time and I will respond as soon as possible!  If you are new to the idea of essential oils, send me a quick message with your email address, so I can personally invite you to learn more about essential oils on my team’s private Oil Moxie club page.

I look forward to hearing from you!

Thank you!





*Disclaimer: The information on this website is based upon my research and personal use of Young Living Essential Oils. I am not a doctor. Products and techniques mentioned are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Read full disclaimer here.‎

14 thoughts on “TOP 12 SPRING Essential Oil Diffuser Recipes

  1. What a nice collection, thank you for sharing. I’m going to try the winding down one tonight….I just got a Vetiver, but really don’t know what its purpose is . I have the EOPR, and have read this one over and over… but I just don’t get it. (mind you…I don’t get Valor either 🙂 ) when I first opened the bottle, I wan’t sure about it…but the more I smell it, the less I dislike it. Wierd. Now if I could only get a drop of this stuff to come out of the bottle…it doesn’t wanna move…lol.

    1. Hi Debora, Thank you for your comment. 🙂 Valor is a favorite oil for many! It is great for helping the body self-correct it’s balance and alignment. We like to use it diluted rubbed down our spines, focusing on the base of the neck. Some people like to use it for everyday stress and to help with confidence. I’ve heard many testimonials about using it on children before they go to school. 🙂 As far as Vetiver, YES, it is a very thick oil. One drop goes a long way though! It is another one used for occasional stress and to bring about a sense of grounding and calming. I know it works well massaged on the Vita Flex points. In the diffuser, I think it has an outdoor-sy aroma, which is why I included it in the spring diffuser recipe. I hope this helps some! If you are looking for more information about these oils, check out – and Thanks again!

      1. Thank you so much Amy. When I posted here last night, it kept telling me I had a duplicate post, but nothing was there, so I went to the Pinterest post. So many folks rave about the Valor or the Vetiver, and I just don’t get it lol. I appreciate your reply. I did the winding down one last night. It took FOR EVER for a drop to come out, but sort of sat there on the bottom. I had 1/2 a diffuser full of water this morning, so mabey it didn’t like the vetiver. Regardless, I enjoyed the mix….and didn’t wake up till almost 7. I don’t even remember waking up at, which hasn’t happened since 2003.

        1. Wow!! Debora what a great testimony for that diffuser blend! Thank you for letting me know! Some other ones to try separately are Tranquil Roll-On, Peace & Calming and Cedarwood if you haven’t already. 🙂 I’m not sure why your diffuser still had water, but I don’t think it was from the Vetiver. I would just give it a good cleaning, especially around the small plate and see if that helps. 🙂

          1. Definitely going to give it a good cleaning.I thought it was because of the thicker oil. I was in a skidooing accident back in 2003, so have not slept all night since then. I wake up just to roll over, so I was quite shocked when I got up just before 7. Not sure if I woke up or not,…but I don’t remember. 🙂 I have not tried Cedarwood, but that, along with Peace and Calming and Valor (a sleepy time recipe) was the whole reason this EO journey began. I was only looking for ingredients…didn’t give two hoots about brands and had no patience to wait for something to come in. I kept looking, then stumbled upon another gal in my area, got to chatting and the rest is history. I have yet to try the recipie though……A lady I was speaking with said she had diffused it, and found her facial hair darkening. I laughed out loud, but secretly feared I’d end up with a mustash….(kidding) Thanks again for all the recipies, can’t wait to try more of them.

  2. Hello Amy,
    Your post is like a collection of essential oils with various types and each type is applied suitably to each situation. I think people will have a wonderful and perfect spring when they apply your collection. Maybe they will ask you to bring other collections for other seasons in order for enhancing their health and emotion as well. 🙂

  3. I just read your post and can’t wait to try some of your diffusion recipes. I’m especially excited because I actually have (in my possession) every oil you mention. That doesn’t seem to happen very often.

  4. I used this Fresh and clean recipe in my diffuser and felt the difference actually, my mornings are usually lazy and I do not feel like doing the regular chore after waking up so early 😛 . But one day I put this recipe in my diffuser and voila! I am cheered up like a school girl, thanks and I am yet to try all other variants of blends mentioned here.

  5. This is very useful article you shared here. Thank you very much for sharing such a nice article on Essential oil diffuser recipes. As your family and many others are enjoying 12 recipes, I hope it will be very helpful for health.

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