Essential Oil Lavender Blueberry and Raspberry Smoothie

Smoothies are the perfect excuse to use your essential oils in edible food recipes, like this delicious and healthy Essential Oil Lavender Blueberry and Raspberry Smoothie!


Homemade Essential Oils Laundry Detergent

This Homemade Essential Oils Laundry Detergent not only gets your clothes clean and leaves them smelling fresh, but it's also natural and non-toxic. If you have anyone in your family who has sensitive skin (or maybe you do yourself!), this is the perfect solution. It won't irritate your skin like regular laundry detergents, and it smells good, too!


Homemade Essential Oils Laundry Detergent


1 (16oz) box of pure baking soda
1 1/2 cup of washing soda
1 cup Borax
1/2 cup Epsom salt (in the beauty/bath section at your grocery or drugstore, or here)
2 tablespoons of salt
5 drops Purification Essential Oil (get it here)
5 drops Lemon Essential Oil (get it here)
Airtight container (get one here)


Pre-heat oven to 400 degrees. 
In a casserole dish, empty the box of baking soda and spread evenly. 
Place in oven and “bake” until it’s grainy (not powdery anymore) and dull. 
You’ll want to stir a few times while it’s in the oven. 
Remove and allow to cool – go ahead and get your laundry detergent ingredients ready!
Using a food processor, add all ingredients and blend well. 
Simply pour it in an airtight container and when you’re ready to use it, just scoop out 2 tablespoons and add it to the tray or the drum (depending on your machine). 
Makes approximately 74 loads.

Recipe from Thrifty DIY Diva

Homemade Tiki Torch Fuel To Keep Bugs Away

If you have tiki's in the yard, then you already know how expensive the fuel can be. That's why I make my own homemade tiki torch fuel with essential oils!

Homemade Tiki Torch Fuel


  • 1-2 tsp. of your favorite essential oil (you can snag a great deal here). You’ll want to use cedar, lemon grass, citronella, eucalyptus, chamomile or rosemary essential oil.
  • 1 cup of vegetable oil

Simply mix together in a pourable measuring cup and pour in your tiki’s. You may need a second batch depending on how many tiki’s you have.

This recipe for Homemade Tiki Torch Fuel is from Thrifty DIY Diva.

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