Make do with a similar oil rather than doing completely without.
There are many essential oils available that are similar in scent and healing properties as others. In a pinch, you can use them in place of the go-to oils you’ve recently run out of. The better aware you are that such substitutions exist, the more mileage you’ll get from the essential oils you do have on hand.
Which Oils Can You Substitute in Recipes for the Ones You’re Out of?
To better understand how similar some oils are, it’s important to have a list to reference for your self-care practice. We’ve included some of the more popular essential oils available for your convenience. That way, you can come back and review it when you’ve used the last drops of the oil you use most.
Some of the most popular essential oils substitutions are as follows:
- Substitute Rosemary for Lavender.
- Substitute Tangerine for Mandarin.
- Substitute Wild Orange for Tangerine.
- Substitute Vetiver for Patchouli.
- Substitute Ylang Ylang for Jasmine.
There are many substitutes available for you to choose from. If you have a lesser-used essential oil stored away, you now know how to use it to your advantage. You’ll be able to spend less time shopping for your favorite essential oils separately, too, and wait to buy several at a time when it’s more convenient because of the new knowledge about substitutions you currently possess.
Create Your Own Blends to Use Inside Your Blank Inhalation Patches
Now that you know which essential oils can be used as substitutes in your favorite recipes, you’ll be able to create blends that you can add to your Bioesse Tech Blank Aromatherapy Inhalation Patches. You’ll be able to get the same soothing effect from the newly adapted recipe as you did with the old. The best part of all is that you won’t be forced to buy additional essential oils until you’re good and ready to.