Post 1: Who’s ready for the crisp weather of fall?

Soups in the croc pots? Sounds of Friday night lights in the football stadiums?

Tonights class is all about “Falling into Oils” and sharing with you some of our favs so that you can share with others!

Yep that’s right this is the first ever class specifically created for YOU to share!! 



Post 2: Fall Diffuser Blends

Tis the SEASON for CANDLES, friends!????

Sadly, candles are filled with chemicals that are linked to all kinds of health issues – things like asthma, allergies, hormonal imbalances, headaches, & lots more.????

I used to LOVE LOVE LOVE scented candles. I loved the ambiance & aroma that candles would bring on a chilly fall evening.

Then I learned that those artificial scents and other candle ingredients are full of toxins…causing headaches, asthma, allergies, hormone troubles and more. So no worth it.????????‍♀️

Did you know that scented candles are just as bad as second-smoke?


Yup, the artificial fragrance & the air pollution caused by burning candles is the culprit. ⚠️

Gross, right? ????

The term “fragrance” is actually an umbrella ingredient that companies are not required to disclose what’s actually in there. Up to 300 volatile chemicals.????

Sneaky, sneaky!

I’ll save my lungs and family’s healthy, thank you very much! ✌????And I love helping others do the same!

So what’s a candle junkie to do this time of year?

Swap out your beloved candles, with a diffuser & create all the fall awesomeness in your home WITHOUT toxins. ????❤️????????

Plus, you’ll actually save money too. The average small candle costs $10-15 with a burn time of about 25 hours.

My diffuser runs up to 10 hours, and I only need like 6-8 drops of essential oil each time I run it, costing me MAAAAAYBE $1-2 per use. If I run it for 3 days straight, for 10 hours at a time, I’ve EXCEEDED my candle lifespan by 5 hours, have saved A LOT (at least $10/candle) of $ + my family’s health (the most important thing).

Not to mention that pesky black soot that would creep into my walls.



Post 3: Stop Coughing Synergy Blend

15 drops of Raven
15 drops of RC
10 drops of Peace and Calming
5 drops of Lemon

Mix in an empty bottle and allow to set for about 24 hours.

Use a couple drops in your diffuser or use 1-2 drops with a cream or carrier and apply as a chest rub.




Post 4: Blooming Apple

1/4 Cup of Butter
1 Table spoon of ground Cinnamon
1 drop of Cinnamon Bark
3 tablespoons of sugar
4 large or 6 medium apples
1 carmel square per apple (optional)

Melt butter and add first 4 ingredients.

Slice apple, remove core, but leave apple attached at the base.

Put apples on a pan covered with aluminum foil or parchment paper.

Place carmel piece on each apple and brush with butter mix.

Bake at 375 for 20 minutes.



Post 5: Vanilla Sugar Scrub

1/2 Cup of Brown Sugar
2.5 table spoons of sweet almond or grapeseed oil
1/2 tablespoon of vegetable glycerin
1-2 teaspoons of vanilla extract
3 drops of Cinnamon Bark
3 drops of Orange

Mix all ingredients in a bowl then divide into 2-3 4oz airtight containers.

Where will you place these for you and your guests to enjoy?



Post 6: Apple Cider

6 Cups of Apple Cider or Apple Juice
2 Cups of Pineapple Juice
5 drops of Cinnamon Bark
5 drops of Clove
5 drops of Tangerine

Add all ingredients to 3 quart pot, turn stove on medium-high heat until mixture is good and warm.

Serve and enjoy!

For single serving use:
1 drop of Thieves and 1 drop of Lemon

Share some of your favorite fall drinks below!


Post 7: Cinnamon Apple Pie Energy Balls

1/2 Cup of dehydrated apples
1/2 Cup of dates
1/2 Cup of raw almonds
2 drops of Cinnamon Bark
Powdered Cinnamon

Place all ingredients into a food process on high for 45-60 seconds until ingredients are almost smooth and begin to form a ball.

Separate into 14 evenly sized balls.

Sprinkle with powdered Cinnamon.

Store in airtight container.

Huge shout out to Megan Harrouff for the recipe!!



Post 8: Apple Pie Room Spray

8 oz water
2 oz Witch Hazel
15 drops of Cinnamon Bark
15 drops of Clove
15 drops of Ginger
5 drops of Nutmeg

Combine Which hazel and oils in 12 oz glass spray bottle.

Top off with water.

Beside to shake before spraying each time.

Spray in any room to allow the amazing scent of fall take over!



Post 9: Cinnamon Apple Chips

3 apples
1/4 cup of honey
1 drop of Cinnamon Bark

Preheat over to 225 degrees

Prewash apples with Thieves fruit and veggie wash.

With a mandolin or knife, thinly slice apple from top to bottom.

In a small bowl combine honey and Cinnamon Bark.

Line 2 cookie sheets with parchment paper and line apple slices on top.

Drizzle honey mixture over apple slices and allow to bake for 90 minutes.

Remove from oven and place on cooling rack.

For best results store apple chips in an air tight container and eat them within 24 hours. (Ours normally don’t last more than 20 minutes  )



Post 10: Pumpkin Blender Muffins

1 – 15 oz can of pumpkin puree
1 ripe banana
1/2 Cup of quality maple syrup
3/4 Cup of Almond or Cashew milk
1/2 Cup of Almond or Cashew Butter
4 eggs
4 Cups of oats divided
2 teaspoon of baking powder
1 teaspoon of baking soda
1 teaspoon of salt
12 Drops of Cinnamon Bark
8 drops of Clove
8 drops of Nutmeg

Toppings of your choice. (Megan uses raw pumpkin seeds and raisins)

Combine all wet ingredients (the first 6) in a blender and mix well.

Add in 3 cups of oats (holding back 1 cup) and remaining ingredients and mix til oats are smooth.
(If your blender isn’t power enough to do this, try blending just the oats first, into a fine powder, remove and then begin recipe)

Add in last cup of oats (to give texture) plus oils.

Pour into prepared muffin pan. Will make approximately 18 regular size muffins.

Add toppings before baking 18-20 minutes (or until the middle is almost set) at 350 degrees.

another huge shout out to Megan Harrouff!!




Post 11: Pumpkin Spice Creamer

2 Cups of Cashew, Almond or milk of your choice
2/3 Cup of Pumpkin Puree
1 drop each of:
Cinnamon Bark

Mix all ingredients in a blender and store in an airtight container in the fridge.



Post 12: Autumn Breeze Bath Bomb


1 Cup of Baking Soda
1/2 Cup of Citric Acid
1/4 Cup of Epsom Salt
8 drops of Orange
8 drops of Patchouli
3 drops of Clove
2 tsp of sweet almond oil
1-2 tsps of which hazel
mold for the bath bombs

Combine baking soda, citric acid and epson salts in a bowl and mix.

Add almond oil and essential oil and mix well.

Mist mixture with which hazel until it clumps like a snowball.

Fill 2 halves of the mold, push together til they form a ball. Allow to sit for 30 minutes then open mold up and allow to dry over night.



Post 13: Fall must haves:

Cinnamon Bark
Peace & Calming

Thieves Fruit and Veggie Spray

Don’t forget to grab Thieves cough drops and a bottle of Christmas Spirit as these always tend to go out of stock this time of year!!


Post 14: Well there you have it, some of our favorite “Fall” into oils recipes that are totally sharable!!

We can’t leave our non oily friends hanging though, you all need to know how we got started!

Easy peasy, grab your premium starter kit by either checking in with the loved one who invited you or go to www.faithfuldroppers.com/getting-started

Grab yours by this weekend and I will drops some super sweet swag in the mail for you, just because 

Happy Fall Y’all!! 

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