Essential Oil Recipes For Sleep

Explore our essential oil recipes for sleep, where we explore our favorite essential oil for sleep. We show you how you use Lavender essential oil with Roman Chamomile and Frankincense essential oils to deeply relax you. We explain how Marjoram essential oil can help relieve annoying Restless Leg Syndrome and how a few drops of Cedarwood essential oil can make all the difference to your diffuser blends for sleep.

Learn how to calm the mind and body and get a good night’s sleep. We use our favorite essential oils for sleep in sublime Bath Salts and Pillow Spray, join us in making a variety of essential oil diffuser blends for restless legs, an overactive mind and to reduce anxiety and stress after a long, hard day. I will also show you how to make a gorgeous Sleep Balm suitable for all the family. 

The Benefits of Using Essential Oil Recipes For Sleep

Using essential oils to help people sleep usually begins with using them to bring about relaxation to the body and mind. This can then lead to deeper sleep and reduced fatigue.

People often choose natural alternatives, like essential oils instead of sleeping pills because they do not cause drowsiness or the huge list of side effects that are often associated with these medications.

If you are new to using essential oils to help you sleep, you may be surprised at how quickly they work and their ability to calm both the body and mind.

Adding essential oils as part of your regular bedtime routine can:

    • Improve your overall sleep quality.
    • Help you attain a deeper and more refreshing sleep.
    • Reduce the instances of insomnia.
    • You can train your brain to respond to a certain scent that your brain then associates with falling asleep.

Why Make Your Own Essential Oil Recipes For Sleep?

Trust And Control Over The Ingredients

Many commercial sleep related products boast ‘pure essential oils’ as an ingredient in their preparations. However, when you start to look closely, you find it is in such a small amount, the effect is negligible anyway. Often, products like these are bolstered with fragrances to make you think there is more essential oil in the product than there actually is. 

When you put together your own essential oil recipes for sleep you can control every single aspect of the choice of ingredients. You can make sure that you use the very best quality for your particular budget. 

There are times in everyone’s budget when we might have to make savings, but actually making your own essential oil recipes for sleep can be extremely cost effective. 

Natural And Sustainable

Natural And Sustainable

Producing your own essential oil recipes for sleep allows you to source ingredients in line with your ethos. It allows you to choose natural, organic, sustainable and ethical products to make your recipes from.

At Vinevida it is really important to us that we source essential oils as ethically and sustainably as possible. Making sure that everyone from the grower, the pickers, the essential oils producers and you, the customers are getting the fairest deal possible. 

The fairest price might mean that it is not always the cheapest price. But when you are trying to source the cheapest price - ask yourself this “Is it also a sustainable price for all those involved in the process from the plant itself, to your door”? Does your choice help you sleep at night?

When my budget allows, I try to buy all organic ingredients and when it doesn’t, I buy the next best thing. Choose products, realistically, that fit with both your ethos and your budget. Having some flexibility of mind here does make sticking to a budget easier.

Tailor Made And Perfectly Designed For You

I always think it a blessing that we are all different, it would be an extremely boring world if we were all the same!

Our sleep patterns are also different. Mine is certainly very different from my husband’s, and when we suffer from sleep disruptions, it is generally for different reasons. He tends to get sleep cramps and mine are usually related to pain…. Or needing a wee! 

Therefore, in a recipe designed for him I target the cramps using essential oils with nerve and muscle relaxing actions and properties. For me, I focus more on analgesic, antispasmodics and nervine actions from the essential oils. 

Have a think about what your pattern is like and what you need to personally target to improve your sleep pattern.

Essential Oil Recipes For Sleep Can Have A Cumulative Effect 

It can be the case that if you are suffering from long standing insomnia and sleeplessness, it can take a while to develop a successful sleep regime. Do be prepared to invest some time in this. 

Many of our beautiful essential oils will have a cumulative effect and need a little time to build up in your system and work more effectively for you in the long run.

For example, I introduced Vetiver into my sleep routine by dropping a few drops into my late night bath to help me sleep. 

Not only did I eventually start to sleep better, but after about 3 months I noticed that my endometriosis cramps were not as acute. This was an unexpected twist I hadn't bargained on and over time the effect strengthened. 

Over a period of months, not only was I sleeping better but I was having less painful cramping as well. Be prepared if you have regular sleep disturbance to dig in for the long haul and create a sleep routine perfectly designed for you. 

The Best Ways To Use Essential Oil Recipes for Sleep

Lavender Essential Oil

This will be different for everyone, what is right for me might not be the best thing for you. It is worth trying a variety of options. 

If for any reason, these don’t appeal, check out the articles in The Final Word for more ideas, recipes and tutorials. 

Bath Salts And Oils

I have a bath every night, so I use my essential oils in the bath and my nighttime moisturizer or body butter. This way I am getting all the essential oils I need and at the right time. 

I also use products like Magnesium Flakes, Epsom Salts and Bath Salt to boost the overall effect. It is a well proven fact that Magnesium can help us sleep better.

However, If you only have a bath once a week, then realistically, this is not going to work for you is it? Let's look at some other options. 

Diffuser On A Timer

It might be more appropriate for you to use a diffuser blend in the bedroom to set the scene. However, you do need to make sure that it is on a timer to switch off. You don’t want it to be running all through the night. Set it going for 90- 180 minutes and for it to switch itself off. 

This is a way that over time, you can train your brain to respond to a specific scent and associate it with sleep. A routine can be a boon and cumulative effects also play their parts. 

Pillow Spray

This is wonderful if you are traveling and can’t take your bath or a diffuser with you. It allows you to take it anywhere and make good use of your essential oil recipes for sleep on the go.

You can also use it as a regular part of your sleep routine at home. This is where having tailormade sprays, one for you and one for your partner can help target your individual needs. It can help to have you both drifting off to dreamland in no time at all.

For example, you may need a Pillow Spray to address an overactive mind, whereas your partner might benefit from a Pillow Spray that reduces anxiety and stress. You can address both of your individual needs easily this way. 

Sleep Balm

When you are making your own essential oil recipes for sleep, it gives you complete control over your products. Some people prefer a thick Sleep Balm with a waxy finish and others prefer a light lotion that is absorbed quickly. You can make your balm EXACTLY how you like it.

You can also use it early in the evening to start relaxing you and getting your brain and body into the idea of retiring for the evening.

It’s such a versatile little member of the essential oil recipes for sleep that you won’t want to be without it. It’s also very good at calming argumentative and fractious children.  I will show you later how to make Sleep Balm in safety dilutions suitable for all but the very youngest family members. 

The Best Essential Oils For Essential Oil Recipes for Sleep

We have a wonderful list of the most effective and widely utilized essential oils for sleep. We not only recommend, but also USE, these essential oil recipes for sleep ourselves.

We give you the essential oils for sleep ‘Tried, Tested and Trusted’ by professionals. 

Lavender (Lavandula Angustifolia)

Lavender essential oil is used the world over to induce relaxation and aid sleep. You just knew it was going to be here, right at the top of the list! There is a good reason for it too. 

When you inhale Lavender Essential Oil it can help alleviate mild insomnia. This has been found to be the case especially in women. 

Lavender essential oil has been found to be so effective that it can improve your sleep. This was found to be the case even before insomnia or sleep disorders manifest by Chen (2022).

Long Standing research by Koulivand (2013) on Lavender essential oils showed that there was "a significant beneficial influence on quality and duration of sleep and improved general mental and physical health without causing any unwanted sedative or other drug-specific effects."

It seems that we would be remiss not to include it into our regular sleep routine and it is a wise move to use Lavender essential oil widely in our essential oil recipes for sleep.

Safety: Do not use it in the first 16 weeks of pregnancy.

Roman Chamomile (Anthemis Nobilis L.)

I have just had another flare up of dermatitis thanks to an antibacterial wipe and so Roman Chamomile is making an appearance in my hand cream at the moment. I have noticed this week that my sleep has been deeper and I have felt more relaxed before dropping off to sleep. 

Roman Chamomile is a truly wonderful essential oil to use in your essential oil recipes for sleep. I have found it deeply relaxing and soothing. This essential oil can also assist in reducing our anxiety and is used widely to alleviate generalized anxiety disorders.

In 2013, a study found that utilizing a mix of Roman Chamomile, Lavender and Neroli essential oils, were effective in reducing the anxiety levels and increasing the sleep quality of ICU patients.

Anecdotal, Ayurvedic and herbal evidence has long indicated that Chamomile can help improve your quality of sleep. These claims are being reinforced all the time. This study from Hajbaghery (2017) suggests that Chamomile is a safe, natural way to help induce sleep.

Roman Chamomile is definitely an essential oil we recommend for inclusion in your essential oil recipes for sleep for a peaceful and restful night.

Safety: Do not use it in the first 16 weeks of pregnancy.

Vetiver (Vetiveria Zizanoides)

Vetiver happens to be one of my favorite essential oils to use in essential oil recipes for sleep.

Vetiver essential oil is widely known for its antiseptic, antispasmodic, and anti-inflammatory properties. It is a deliciously potent sedative and is known to soothe the nervous system, thanks to Farrah (2020).

Vetiver essential oils are part of my daily sleep routine and I use it in my bath. I blend it with Ylang Ylang and Lavender essential oils.  I have noticed that since introducing it into my sleep routine, my sleep has improved in both quality and duration.

Unfortunately, Vetiver is one of those essential oils that needs much more human research. We are still reliant on studies conducted on rodents. However, they found that when those furry creatures inhaled vetiver essential oil, they showed significant signs of relaxation.

Of the limited studies carried out on humans, they indicate that Vetiver essential oil may help improve breathing patterns during sleep. This could be a wonderful future research application on those with Sleep Apnea, or those that snore. 

We all know that not getting enough sleep can be a significant trigger for stress, anxiety, and depression. Using essential oils like Vetiver as part of your regular sleep routine may help reduce these symptoms. We highly recommend Vetiver for your essential oil recipes for sleep.

Safety: Do not use it in the first 16 weeks of pregnancy.

Marjoram (Origanum Majorana)

Marjoram essential oil would always be in my top five for essential oil recipes for sleep.

It is THE essential oil that I turn to when I have restless legs at night. Its amazing nervine effects, which most likely come from the chemical constituent Terpine -4-ol, can help relax the nerves that contribute to my restless legs.

One of the side effects I get from my medication is restless arms, usually about 3am and it is impossible to sleep through. I get up, mix two drops of lavender and sweet marjoram essential oils in 10ml of carrier oil and rub them really firmly into my arms. The massaging effect is just as crucial as the actions and properties of the essential oils. About twenty minutes later, I am back in bed and drifting off to dreamland. 

Research by Chang in 2017 on how essential oils can improve sleep quality found that 'Sweet Marjoram contains several compounds which aid sleep.

These compounds include:

    • Linalool which stabilizes the cardiovascular system and relaxes the body. 
    • Linalyl acetate which calms the emotions.
    • Monoterpenes (such as a-pinene, y-pinene, and p-cymene) which have anti-inflammatory and mild antibacterial properties and terpinen-4-ol which helps dilate blood vessels and regulate the nervous system.

Safety: Do not use it in the first 16 weeks of pregnancy.

Frankincense (Boswellia Serrata)

There is something about Frankincense essential oils that is profoundly soothing.

I always think there is something quite magical about using Frankincense with its sacred history. Not to mention the millennia of use across the ancient and modern world.

In the UK, Dyer (2016) used Frankincense essential oil in a study alongside other essential oils in aroma sticks. Her aim was to see if she could see improvement in the sleep of cancer patients. She cites, '94% of patients reported using their aroma stick to help them sleep, and 92% reported that they would continue to do so'. What a fantastic outcome for essential oils, yet again!

Aromatherapists across the world widely use Frankincense essential oil. They use it, among other things, to reduce stress and anxiety. Recent research by Soares (2022) supports this application.

Of course, we love adding Frankincense to essential oil recipes for sleep for more reasons that we can count!

Safety: Do not use it in the first 16 weeks of pregnancy.

Can I Use Fragrance Oils In My Essential Oil Recipes For Sleep?

Fragrance Oils In My Essential Oil

It is a reasonable question to ask when you are formulating essential oil recipes for sleep. 

Essential oils are derived from natural plant matter and therefore, have active chemical constituents and properties. This is where they get all their wonderful active effects from.

Some fragrance oils have essential oils as part of their make up, but not all. Some fragrance oils are entirely naturally or synthetically derived ingredients, but still contain no pure essential oils at all.  

Those that do contain essential oils are often not labeled clearly enough to work out how much essential oil is in it and what type or variety of essential oil it might be. (Because the law does not require them to do this).

Fragrance oils have NONE  (or very little) of active chemical constituents, actions and effects that essential oils do. 

Therefore, when you add fragrance oil  to your essential oil recipes for sleep, the only benefit you gain is that it will smell nice. And that is IT!

Personally, I would not add fragrance oils to my sleep preparations because I want the actions, properties and chemical constituents of the essential oils. 

I also want to train my brain to associate those essential oil scents with getting a good night's sleep, and so I don’t want to add any confusing red herrings in there. 

Trying To Disguise The Smell Of Lavender?

People generally ask if they can add fragrance oils to these preparations because they don’t like the smell of Lavender and they are trying to mask it. 

Simply don’t add Lavender, add Roman Chamomile instead. 

You don’t have to add Lavender if you don’t like it, there’s no point trying to drop off to sleep, laying there with it pervading the air, thinking “I hate this”! 

Use an essential oil that you do like instead for your tailor made essential oil recipes for sleep. 

The world won’t fall apart if you don’t use Lavender! Promise. 

Our Favorite Essential Oil Recipes For Sleep

Come and explore our essential oil recipes for sleep. Chock full of wonderful essential oils, perfectly blended to have you drifting off your dreamland in no time at all.

Sink down into a bathful of bliss with our Bath Salts, set the scene in the bedroom with our dedicated Diffuser Blends for Sleep. Take our Pillow Spray wherever you go and the sweet dreams it brings. Don’t forget our Sleep Balm, perfectly tailored not just for you but the whole family to boot.  

A note on preservatives before we begin:

You may choose to add a preservative of your choice and preference to these essential oil recipes for sleep, should you wish to do so. Given the array of preservatives on the market and the many varied instructions, please follow your chosen manufacturer's guidelines for inclusion. 

Right, let’s get stuck into these wonderfully relaxing and comforting essential oil recipes for sleep

Bath Salts

Bath Salts

Bath Salts have had a bad rep in recent years, seen as old fashioned and something your Granny uses. The recent resurgence in the importance of using Magnesium as part of a regular sleep routine has seemingly made it hip once more! It’s always been hip in my house…. Even before I was Granny. 

Try this deeply relaxing and soothing blend of salts, magnesium and essential oils. I can attest to its efficacy after a long hard day. This is my ‘go to’ when my muscles are stiff and aching and I’m absolutely shattered. 

You Will Need:

  1. Mixing bowl
  2. Measuring cups
  3. Stainless steel spoon or stirrer
  4. Jar funnel
  5. Large preserving jar with rubber seal
  6. Waterproof label


  1. Plastic box with tight fitting lid (not for food use).
  2. Preservative


    • 2 cups Sea Salt or Pink Himalayan Rock Salt
    • 1.5 cup Epsom Salts
    • 1 cup Magnesium Flakes
    • 50 ml of Argan Carrier Oil

Essential oil blend is at approximately 1% safety dilution rate 


    • Do not use this is the first 16 weeks of pregnancy
    • Use a non-slip bath mat as this product contains oil.


    1. If you are using a preservative - please follow your manufacturers instructions.
    2. Simply mix together the dry ingredients in the mixing bowl and combine until thoroughly mixed.
    3. Add the essential oils to the Argan carrier oil and mix them together.
    4. Add the oil mix, evenly distributing it around the bowl so that it does not become too wet in any one place. 
    5. Mix the essential oils and carrier oil thoroughly through the salts. (I pop mine in a tightly lidded box and shake it really well for several minutes to ensure an even distribution). 
    6. Using a jar funnel, decant into your preserving jar, clean the rim meticulously and lid.
    7. Label clearly listing all ingredients for safety reasons. 
    8. Carry out a 24-48 hour patch test before first use.

How To Use:

    1. Don’t skip that 24-48 hour patch test! (Note: Magnesium can sometimes cause the skin to tingle, it’s totally normal but could be a sign your magnesium levels are low). 
    2. Use a non-slip bath mat as this product contains oil.
    3. This one of essential oil recipes for sleep is so easy to use, simply take ½ cup and sprinkle it under warm running water.
    4. Do this once your bath is up to temperature, rather than just the hot water stage. If the water is too hot it can degrade your essential oils. 
    5. Make it the last thing you do before you get in the bath to experience the effects of the essential oils at their best. 
    6. Soak in the bath for at least 20 minutes for the full effect. 
    7. There is no need to rinse the salt from your skin after the bath, leave it on, it’s so good for your skin.

Diffuser Blends For Sleep

If you are using an essential oil diffuser in the bedroom it really should be on a timer. Ideally, you want to run it for no more than 60 minutes after getting into bed.  If you are going to be using this every day it really is worth investing in a timer and a great diffuser.

After a while, you go nose blind anyway and are unlikely to smell it, but you don’t want it to over stimulate you whilst you sleep. Some people find Lavender essential oil stimulating rather than relaxing, so you don’t want to overdo it. 

Now, for the purposes of this recipe, I have not diluted these essential oils because there are so many different diffusers on the market these days and they all have their individual guidelines. Some state - add water, some state to dilute them in oil, some say use the pure and undiluted essential oils. Therefore, we will leave them undiluted and you can follow the guidelines for your diffusers from that point. DO NOT APPLY THEM TO YOUR SKIN UNDILUTED.

You Will Need:

    1. Small measuring jug
    2. Stainless steel spoon/stirrer
    3. Small funnel
    4. 20 ml rubber topped dropper bottles
    5. Labels
Diffuser Blends for Sleep
Makes 20 ml of undiluted product - follow your individual essential oils diffuser manufacturer's instructions.
Long Hard Day Reduce Stress and Anxiety Restless Legs Overactive Mind
8 ml of Lavender Essential Oil
(Lavandula angustifolia)
10 ml of Frankincense Essential Oil
(Boswellia serrata)
6 ml of Marjoram Essential Oil
(Origanum majorana)
10 ml of Roman Chamomile Essential Oil
(Anthemis nobilis L.)
8 ml of Roman Chamomile Essential Oil
(Anthemis nobilis L.)
4 ml of Lavender Essential Oil
(Lavandula angustifolia)
4 ml of Vetiver Essential Oil
(Vetiveria zizanoides)
5 ml of Vetiver Essential Oil
(Vetiveria zizanoides)
4 ml of Vetiver Essential Oil
(Vetiveria zizanoides)
6 ml of Mandarin Essential Oil
(Citrus reticulata)
10ml of Copaiba Essential Oil
(Copaifera officinalis)
5 ml of Cedarwood Essential Oil
(Cedrus deodara)
    • Essential oil blend is undiluted, do not apply directly to the skin.
    • If you want to use it on your skin - dilute it first in 200 ml of lotion, oil or salts.
    • Do not use it in the first 16 weeks of pregnancy.
Mandarin Specific- Mandarin is a cold processed citrus oil and can be phytotoxic so do not expose skin to the sun, UV rays or a sunbed for 12 hours after use.


    1. If you are using a preservative - please follow your manufacturers instructions.
    2. Simply combine the essential oils in small measuring jug
    3. Using a small funnel decant into your dropper bottle
    4. Label clearly, listing all ingredients for safety reasons. If making different blends. title them clearly, perhaps use color coded labels?

How To Use:

    1. Follow your essential oils diffusers individual manufacturer guidelines for use.
    2. Start the diffuser going for at least 20-30 minutes in the bedroom, before you plan to go to bed, to set the scene. 
    3. Remember to use your essential oils diffuser on a timer and to set it to switch off after 60 minutes after you get into bed. This helps you to not be overstimulated by the essential oils. 

Pillow Spray

Pillow Spray

This is a sublime member of the Essential Oil Recipes for Sleep. Perfect for when you are on the go and traveling and need to take a piece of your regular sleep routine with you. 

This pillow spray is beautifully and delicately floral with Lavender, Rose Geranium and Roman Chamomile but it sinks you into the resinous gorgeousness of Frankincense and then down into the deep earthy grasses of Vetiver. 

You won’t want to move. Succumb to the bliss and surrender to your dreams. Wherever you are.

You Will Need:

    1. Measuring jug
    2. Small Funnel
    3. Stainless steel spoon/stirrer
    4. 200ml dark amber glass bottle with spray top attachment
    5. Label


    • 100 ml of Witch Hazel
    • 94 ml of Spring Water


    • Dash of high proof Vodka
    • Preservative

Essential oil blend is at a 3% safety dilution rate in 200 ml = 6 ml or approximately 120 drops of essential oils.


    • Do not use it in the first 16 weeks of pregnancy.


    1. If you are using a preservative - please follow your manufacturers instructions.
    2. Blend the Witch Hazel and Spring Water together thoroughly.
    3. Add the essential oils and stir well to combine.
    4. If the oils seem to be sitting on the top of the liquid, add a dash of high proof vodka to help them disperse, though the Witch Hazel should do this adequately. 
    5. Using a funnel decant into your bottle, clean the rim and lid immediately.
    6. Label clearly, listing all ingredients for safety reasons. 
    7. Carry out a 24-48 hour patch test.

How To Use:

    1. Don’t skip the patch test because you will be putting your face on that pillow! 
    2. Before retiring, very lightly, spritz your pillow and the surrounding air.
    3. You don’t want it to be wet, so err on the side of caution.
    4. Let it dry before retiring for the evening
    5. Be careful not to spray it on precious surfaces or fabrics as the essential oil may cause staining. 

Sleep Balm

Sleep Balm

In our essential oil recipes for sleep, Sleep Balm is one of the most used and requested recipes. It is ideal for all the family, you may wish to make it in different strengths or dilutions, one pot for the kids and one pot for the adults.

I will show you how you can make glorious and relaxing Sleep Balm for the whole family, apart from all but the youngest members. 

This balm is super light, quickly absorbed and so perfect for using right before bedtime if you happen to forget to use it the ideal 20-30 minutes before. 

You Will Need:

    1. Mixing bowl
    2. Measuring jugs, cups and spoons
    3. Stainless steel spoon/stirrer
    4. Funnel
    5. 100ml Jar with lid
    6. Label
Sleep Balm Essential Oil Blends For All The Family
Based on making 100 ml of Sleep Balm
    • 50ml Aqueous Cream
    • 20ml Glycerine
    • 10 ml Witch Hazel
    • 10ml Spring Water - add more if you want it more fluid, add less if you want it thicker.
    • 10 ml of Rosehip Carrier Oil
Optional: Preservative - follow the manufacturer's guidelines.
Whose it for? Adults Adults In A Weakened State Children Over 6 Years Old Children Age 0.5 - 5 year old Babies Aged Under 6 Months
Safety Dilution Rates 3% safety dilution rate
3ml or 60 drops in 100ml
2% safety dilution rate
2ml or 40 drops in 100ml
1% safety dilution rate
1ml or 20 drops in 100ml
0.5% safety dilution rate
0.5 ml or 10 drops in 100ml
Not recommended
Lavender Essential Oil
(Lavandula angustifolia)

25 drops

16 drops

8 drops

4 drops

We do not recommend using essential oils of babies less than 6 months old, unless it is an emergency.
Roman Chamomile Essential Oil
(Anthemis nobilis L.)

25 drops

16 drops

8 drops of

4 drops
Cedarwood - Himalayan
Essential Oil
(Cedrus deodara)

10 drops

8 drops

4 drops

2 drops
Safety Considerations Not suitable for use in the first 16 weeks of pregnancy
Not suitable for use on babies less than 6 months old.


    1. If you are using a preservative - please follow your manufacturers instructions.
    2. Measure out all of the ingredients carefully.
    3. Combine all of the base ingredients in a measuring jug and stir well
    4. Add your chosen strength of essential oil blend to your base and combine well
    5. Using jar funnel, decant into your jar and clean the rim meticulously to discourage mold.
    6. Lid immediately
    7. Label clearly, listing all of the ingredients for safety reasons, also label the STRENGTH of the essential oil blend. It might be worth using different colored labels to make it easier to see at a glance which is which, to avoid any confusion.
    8. Do a 24-48 hour patch test. 

How To Use:

    1. Do a patch test for all the family. 
    2. Ideally, use 20 - 30 minutes before retiring for the night. 
    3. Apply to your pulse points for quick absorption.
    4. I like to apply mine across my chest because it means I can inhale it, as well as absorb it through my skin. 
    5. I find with children it works well after applying to their backs, along with a little soothing massage to calm and relax them too. 
    6. It is good as a quick slick across your forehead during the night should you wake up and you don’t want to disturb yourself too much. 

The Final Word

I hope that you have found something just perfect for you and your family in our essential oil recipes for sleep. 

Whatever your reasons for needing help to drift off and stay asleep, you are sure to find the answer in here somewhere. Be it for restless legs, reducing stress and anxiety or an overactive mind. Perhaps, you have just had a long hard day and just feel the need for a little extra helping hand and support to have a good night's sleep.

I do it all the time. When I feel I need a good night's sleep, I reach for the essential oils to help me address the potential hurdles before me, be it Frankincense for pain, Lavender for insomnia or just Vetiver for a snoring husband! I can heartily recommend giving these essential oil recipes for sleep a go. 

Remember, essential oils have a cumulative effect, so the more regularly you use them, the more effective they become. Get a sleep routine going and train your brain into thinking it’s time for the perfect blissful sleep with our essential oil recipes for sleep.

If you haven’t quite found what you wanted, then check out these articles for more ideas and information on getting the best night's sleep possible.

However you decide to use essential oil recipes for sleep for you and your family, I wish you many nights of blissful dreaming and recuperative sleep.

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