All about doTERRA’s Air-X Essential Oil Blend
How to use Air-X was a question in a recent essential oil class, so it may be useful for you too…
Ingredients: Litsea, Tangerine, Grapefruit, Frankincense, Cardamom. (If you are unfamiliar with Litsea the aroma is very similar to Lemongrass.)
The aroma is “like a breath of fresh air”. I think it smells bright and refreshing.
Physical use: cleansing, purifying, rejuvenating, clearing environmental pollutants.
Emotional use: discernment, breaking destructive patterns with integrity.
How to use:
Aromatically – use by itself in the diffuser or combine with any citrus oil.
Put four drops in the diffuser and place wherever the air feels stale, musty, or needs clearing – for example, clearing kitchen smells like bacon or fish.
Put a drop in your palm, rub together, and inhale for a pick-me-up.
Topically – dilute in a roller bottle with your favorite carrier oil and roll-on pulse points for a bright aroma, or over your heart space for clarity.
Caution: the citrus oils in it are photosensitive so avoid sunlight or UV rays for 12 hours after using topically.
Internally – add one drop to a beverage or add 1 drop to a veggie capsule. Personally I find the taste a little on the bitter side, and even though bitter has benefits for the body, I prefer to use this one aromatically.
Air-X vs Breathe: Air-X is a good alternative aroma if you want to change up from the minty/eucalyptus-y aroma of Breathe.
Air-X vs Abode: both are cleansing and purifying with different aroma profiles. Air-X can be used internally and topically if well-diluted – Abode is for household cleaning and diffusers only.
Air-X vs Purify: both cleanse the air. Air-X can be used internally, Purify cannot. I tend to also use Purify diluted topically for bug/spider bites.
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