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    Linen Spray

    Peppermint Lavender Linen Spray …… 0.7g  peppermint essential oil1.1g  lavender essential oil5g  Polysorbate 20  35g  distilled water0.2g  broad-spectrum preservative of choice Weigh the essential oils and Polysorbate 20 into a small beaker or glass measuring cup, and whisk everything together to combine. Add the water and preservative, and whisk again—the mixture should become slightly cloudy. Decant into a 50mL  mister bottle  To use, mist over any linens or laundry you’d like to freshen up.

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    Powerful surface Cleaner

    Limonene is a naturally occurring compound found mainly in the skin of certain plants and fruits, including lemons and oranges. It is used in cleaning products for two reasons: it has a pleasant, lemon-orange smell, and it acts as a solvent to help clean. SURFACE CLEANSER – with surfactant5% d-Limonene5% polysorbate 206% surfactant of choice, including coco betaine or Castille soap73.5% water0.5% to 1% preservative Mix the polysorbate 20 and d-Limonene together in a small container. In another container, mix the surfactants together – try not to get too much foam – then preservative and mix together again. Add the polysorbate 20 and d-Limonene, and package in a spray bottle. This won’t be too…

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    Natural Home Cleaner Scrub

    When you can’t get those stubborn oil marks off a basin or bath or when your pots and pan have burn marks that need a little bit of elbow grease to get them shiny again then this natural scrub is your answer. Made from natural powders that are finely abrasive and have grease stripping qualities. Its gentle on the skin and kind to the enviroment. Here is the recipe to make it yourself: 1/2 cup Bicarbonate of Soda 1/2 cup Soda ash powder 2 tsp Diatomaceous Earth 10 drops Organic Lemon Essential Oil Blend together and pour into a jar and use as needed Why use bicarbonate of soda? Baking…

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    One of the best and most well-known uses for essential oils is their ability to help you unwind at the end of a hard day. While there are several other methods for getting your soothing oils from the bottle into your bloodstream where they start to work their magic, the diffuser is by far the easiest and longest-lasting of them all. Keeping one at the office or at home will help you relax and destress. Recommended oils: chamomile, lavender, clary sage Just as a diffuser can help you to de-stress, they can also be used to create an energizing mood. Recommended oils: sweet orange, jasmine, rose, scotch pine, sandalwood, vanilla Using a diffuser in your home or office is…