Diffuser Immunity Blend

Similar to the antibacterial disinfectant recipe, It’s easy to make with simple ingredients that you can find at your local natural stores or online. You can diffuse this at the office or home during the flu season. Plants are powerful. They are our allies. When used correctly, we can benefit from unlocking their power in our daily lives. Each plant has a unique and medicinal property on its own. Furthermore, once combined with other plants, they can be extremely potent. 

Combined synergetically, they can be useful in disinfecting bacteria and viruses in our environment. In simple words- plant sanitizer in action! 

Various studies showed successful lab results of essential oils, specifically from the oleoresin group, to combat many strains of positive and negative gram bacteria. 

These are the essential oils and their properties that showed promising results for antibacterial and antiviral activity in studies:

Tea Tree– Antibacterial. Aids in respiratory infections. Aiding in symptoms of cold and flu.
Sage– Active against severe acute respiratory Coronavirus SARS- CoV.
Clove– Effective in strains of bacteria attacking the human respiratory system
Eucalyptus – Enhancing respiratory immunity. Reducing microbial contagion & aiding in symptoms of cold and flu.
Lavender– Immune enhancing and antimicrobial properties. It helps the body cope with stress.

Note- Before starting, please read below the warnings of essential oil for safe use.

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Essential Oil Immunity Blend

Immunity Blend For Flu Season.
Prep Time5 minutes
Cook Time2 minutes
Total Time7 minutes
Keyword: Essential Oil Blend, Flu Essesntial Oil Blend, Immunity Blend, Respitory EO Blend


  • Glass Bottle, 1 Oz. (Multiply the ingredients if you are making a larger quantity).
  • Sticker label or a glass marker (optional)
  • Pipette


  • Place the essential oils in the bottle. Close the bottle and shake well to combine.
  • Once combined use 5 drops into a diffuser.


  1. Essential oils should NEVER be used undiluted!
  2. Essential oils are for external use only! They are very potent and should never be ingested. 
  3. Keep away from face and eyes! 
  4. Around children under the age of 12, please cut essential oil drops quantity by half.
  5. Don't use around babies. 
  6. Don't use on/around pets. Essential oils could be irritated and, in many cases, dangerous to pets.
  7. In pregnancy, avoid during the first trimester; after that, please seek professional advice.
  8. Make sure there is a good air circulation in the room. Never diffuse essential oils with closed windows. 
  9. As with natural components, herbs could be completely safe, and to some, they could be irritants. Listen to your body; if you come up with a rash or feel ill side-effects, please discontinue the use and seek medical advice.


  • Avian coronavirus infectious bronchitis virus susceptibility to botanical oleoresins and essential oils in vitro and in vivo. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S016817021000016X#bib21
  • Essential Oils as Antimicrobial Agents—Myth or Real Alternative? Molecules 201924(11), 2130; https://doi.org/10.3390/molecules24112130
  • Lavender: The antimicrobial activity of high-necrodane and other lavender oils on methicillin-sensitive and -resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MSSA and MRSA). Roller S, Ernest N, Buckle J, J Altern Complement Med. 2009 Mar; 15(3):275-9. Screening of the antibacterial effects of a variety of essential oils on microorganisms responsible for respiratory infections. Fabio A, Cermelli C, Fabio G, Nicoletti P, Quaglio P, Phytother Res. 2007 Apr; 21(4):374-7.
  • Eucalyptus (influenza and H1N1):  35. Vimalanathan S., Hudson J. Anti-influenza virus activity of essential oils and vapors. Am. J. Essent. Oil Nat. Prod. 2014;2:47–53. 
  • Sage Oil: Active against severe acute respiratory Coronavirus SARS- CoV. Phytochemical analysis and in vitro antiviral activities of the essential oils of seven Lebanon species. Loizzo MR, Saab AM, Tundis R, Statti GA, Menichini F, Lampronti I, Gambari R, Cinatl J, Doerr HW, Chem Biodivers. 2008 Mar; 5(3):461-70.
  • Tea Tree: In Vitro Antimicrobial Activities of Commercially Available Tea Tree (Melaleuca alternifolia) Essential Oils. Brun P, Bernabè G, Filippini R, Piovan A, Curr Microbiol. 2019 Jan; 76(1):108-116.
  • Clove: Effective in strains of bacteria attacking the human respiratory system, such as K. pneumoniae, Haemophilus influenzaeStreptococcus agalactiae, and S. pyogenes. 89. Schmidt E., Jirovetz L., Wlcek K., Buchbauer G., Gochev V., Girova T., Stoyanova A., Geissler M. Antifungal activity of eugenol and various eugenol-containing essential oils against 38 clinical isolates of Candida albicans. J. Essent. Oil-Bear. Plant. 2007;10:421–429. doi: 10.1080/0972060X.2007.10643575.

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