Pumpkin Spice Essential Oil Blend

If you are a big fan of essential oils, fall is a great time to incorporate them more into your life especially with this cozy, calming Pumpkin Spice Essential Oil Blend. These oils are perfect for this season and include many health benefits.

You can mix up your own Pumpkin Spice Essential Oil blend depending on how you want the certain essential oil product to smell, or get a pre-made blend. This is a great time to start experimenting with different combinations until you figure out what works best.

Pumpkin Spice Diffuser Blend

For a pumpkin chai aromatherapy blend, try combing clove oil with nutmeg and cinnamon. This is a very basic blend of scents that tend to smell just like pumpkin spice.


Nutmeg Essential Oil

The flavor of nutmeg is a nutty and sweet spice, often used in Western recipes, and many Asian recipes as well. Not only can you get ground nutmeg for your dishes, but nutmeg essential oil is also available for even more health benefits.

Nutmeg has a lot of nutrients just in a simple serving. It contains plenty of vitamins and minerals, including magnesium, folate, fiber, vitamin B 6,
and manganese.

If you are suffering from insomnia, nutmeg is an excellent spice to add to your kitchen diffuser. It helps to calm the mind and help relax you for bed.

You can use it for natural pain relief in a roller bottle – nutmeg also has a natural property that works similar to menthol, where it can relieve minor pain in the body.

Cinnamon Essential Oil

If you are like most people, you are probably no stranger to the delicious taste of cinnamon. However, like many spices on this list, the health benefits are often surprising. Cinnamon has actually been used as a medicinal spice for many years, not just for flavoring your foods and drinks.


Cinnamon should be added to your spice collection to help improve your health while also adding more flavor to your dishes. Cinnamon contains a good amount of fiber, iron, calcium, and vitamin K.

It is also packed full of antioxidants, which are known to help increase your immunity and boost your immune system, fight off illnesses and bacteria, and even help fight against bacterial infections.

Cinnamon reduces inflammation in the body which can be disastrous and painful if you have arthritis. The inflammation is where the pain in your
joints comes from, and can also worsen pain from chronic conditions like Crohn’s disease and gout. Cinnamon is a natural anti-inflammatory spice, so you can use it for chronic pain and also reduce inflammation that leads to brain problems and heart disease.

Clove Essential Oil

The next fall spice that you can use for health is clove. People are often unfamiliar with clove, aside from adding it to oranges for deodorizing a home, or using it alongside other spices on this list for baked goods and spiced drinks. However, there are many health benefits to clove, giving you lots of great reasons to use it more often.

Many spices come from parts of Asia, and clove is no exception. It has been around since the 13th century, providing flavor and medicinal properties in Asia. It can also be found in many other countries, from Africa to Europe.


You can use clove in a few different ways for health, from using the actual cloves themselves in dishes, ground clove in your spiced foods and drinks, and clove essential oil for aromatherapy and natural health remedies.

People with diabetes often look for natural remedies to use for their disease in addition to medical treatments. While clove should not replace medical care, it can add to balancing your blood sugar levels if you have type 2 diabetes. This is due to the eugenol that can be found in the clove spice.

Clove has antioxidants, which as you know can help reduce illnesses, infections, and viruses. Not only does it help boost your immunity to these illnesses, but it can help provide natural treatment for viral and bacterial infections.


More Fall Essential Oil Blends

Fall Air Blend
For a blend that smells like those warm fall evening walks outdoors, try fir oreucalyptus with sweet orange and your choice of spices, like either nutmeg or clove.

Autumn Spice Blend
Another spice combination is more heavily spiced with cinnamon, plus
some sweetness added to the mix. This autumn spice can have cinnamon oil, along with clove, vanilla, and sweet orange or lemon.

Play around with the different essential oils until you come up with blends you love for the fall season. Use them with all your DIY products or just add the blend to a diffuser so that it smells just like fall in your home every day.

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Where Do I Buy Essential Oils?

rocky mountain essential oils

I love Rocky Mountain Oils because of their quality 100% pure essential oils that require no minimum purchase and always gives FREE shipping! Plus they always have specials going on!

Rocky Mountain Oils’ essential oils are verified by a third-party, independent lab. GC/MS tests verify purity and quality of the oils sold so you can look at the bottom of the bottle to find your individual batch code and then input that number into our website to pull up the GC/MS test results.

Rocky Mountain Products can be returned for any reason, even if opened, for up to 90 days. RMO also pays for our customers’ return shipping expenses to make our ordering process completely risk-free.

RMO includes three different icons for recommended use on each bottle for easy reference: Diffuse, Topical Application and Household. So you can look at the bottle and know in what way it’s intended for use.

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