Essential Oils For Your Fall Mug

An oil a day keeps more than just the doctor away – add stress, pain and that nasty fall cold to the list.

Essential oils have been used since ancient times and are known to play a vital role in the emotional, physical and spiritual well-being of people. However, the benefits of these oils don’t stop there. Surprisingly, some essential oils can even be ingested to heal the body internally. (I mean we wouldn’t even exist without the plants that we cohabit with on this beautiful planet, Earth.)

With the crisp scent of fallen leaves filling the cool air that surrounds us, fresh squeezed lemonade is turning into a closely held warm mug of your favorite fall go-to drink. Simultaneously, sickness seems to be tightening its grip on the season.

But with these festive recipes made with the best essential oils, crafted to awaken your body to the environmental threats that attack your health throughout the season there’s no better defense. Not to mention, your house will smell absolutely delicious.

Caution: When buying Certified Organic essential oils it’s important to make sure that what you’re putting into your body is what is truthful. Essential oils are pure and very concentrated. A little will go a long way, so don’t over do it. Not all oils are ingestible. Make sure to be aware and do your research before experimenting in the kitchen.

Some safe essential oils to ingest are: cassia, cinnamon clove,  lemon, orange, peppermint and ginger.

“Anti-Everything Bad For Your Health” Cider:

Get the taste of milled cider and the smell of fall right in your kitchen by making this delicious drink that is an anti-depressant, anti-microbial, anti-arthritic, astringent and is anti-viral. Overall, this cider is great for the circulatory and immune system.


  • 5 red apples
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  • 1/2 tablespoon of ground allspice
  • 2 drops of cassia essential oil


  1. First, wash the apples, then remove the cores and cut them into quarters.
  2. Place the apples in a large stock pot. Add the sugar and allspice.
  3. Make sure to add enough water to the pot to cover the apples by 3–4 inches.
  4. Boil the apples, uncovered, for one hour. Be sure to stir occasionally, then reduce heat and simmer for two hours.
  5. Strain out the cider by pouring the mixture through a fine mesh sieve.
  6. Stir in the cassia essential oil.
  7. Serve cider warm, or refrigerate and serve chilled. This reciped makes half a gallon, so you can share with friends.

Chai Tea Latte

Do you know how much sugar content is in a chai tea latte? A lot. But, not in this one. This latte doesn’t contain much added sugar, yet you will still get that full, warm flavor without having to sacrifice your immunity or calories. The oils added to this put a buffer on your digestive system, prevent coughs, headaches and stress, all while helping to sweep the blood of impurities.


  • 2 bags rooibos tea
  • ¼ cup filtered water, boiling
  • ¼ cup milk of choice (dairy, almond or coconut works best)
  • 2 teaspoons of honey
  • 1 dash pure vanilla extract
  • Cinnamon clove essential oil
  • Ginger essential oil
  • Cardamom essential oil
  • Clove essential oil
  • Fennel essential oil
  • Black pepper essential oil
  • 1 pinch ground allspice


  1. In a large mug, brew the tea in boiling water for 5-6 minutes.
  2. Pour the milk into an 8-ounce jar with a lid. Then shake the jar vigorously until froth forms, about two minutes.
  3. Remove the lid and microwave for 30-seconds.
  4. With a spoon, hold back the foam atop the milk and pour the milk into the tea.
  5. Stir honey and vanilla extract into mixture.
  6. To spice the latte, insert a toothpick into each essential oil bottle, remove and swirl the saturated end of the toothpick through the tea. Be sure to use a different toothpick for every oil.
  7. Top the latte with the milk foam from the jar. Then sprinkle a touch of allspice and enjoy.

Pumpkin Spice Shake

It’s pumpkin spice season. Add some to your diet with this wonderful #PSL shake that is so yummy and also easy on the tummy. The ginger and cinnamon clove essential oils in this shake are good for the digestive system, nausea and immune health.


  • 1 cup milk of choice
  • 1 scoop vanilla Complete Whole Food powder or any vanilla protein powder
  • ½ cup pumpkin
  • 1 teaspoon of pumpkin pie spice
  • 1 small drop of ginger essential oil
  • 1 small drop of cinnamon clove essential oils
  • 1 teaspoon of chia seeds
  • 1 handful almonds (or spoonful of nut butter)
  • 1 cup of ice


  1. Combine all the ingredients into a blender (in no certain order).
  2. Then blend it together and love.