We often struggle and suffer in our lives because of the influence of unpleasant odors on our moods and emotions. But now try to imagine your favorite flavors: it could be fresh bread, hot coffee, salty sea taste, or the refreshing scents of the forest.
The good news is that you can recreate many of your favorite scents in your home without using chemicals. At OneGooal, we’ve collected a collection of five great ideas for natural air fresheners for your home. Not only will you make your home or apartment more fun, but it will also lift your spirits at the same time. Take a deep breath and enjoy
Apple, cinnamon, anise, and cloves
This fragrance is refreshing but at the same time, it matches the mood of a cool summer night. Chop some apples into thin slices, put them in a jar, and add a little water. Add some cinnamon sticks, several cloves, and two anise pieces. You can modify this smell by changing the ratio of ingredients.
Lemon, lemon, rosemary, and vanilla
With its notes of rosemary and vanilla, this is a truly refreshing scent. Cut the lemon and lemon into slices and put them in a jar and add the water. Add 5-4 sprigs of rosemary and a little vanilla extract
Lemon, thyme, mint, vanilla extract
The unusual aroma of thyme blends perfectly with lemon and mint. Cut the lemon into slices, put it in a jar, and then pour some water. Add a few sprigs of fresh mint and thyme. You can also use dried thyme and mint leaves; It can be easily found in the supermarket. Add a few drops of vanilla extract.
Orange, ginger, and almond
The combination of sweet and spicy almond notes mixed with crunchy orange scents make the perfect combination. Cut an orange into thick round slices, put them in a jar, and pour some water. Add a few slices of lemon to make the scent more refreshing. Then add several drops of almond extract.
Cucumber, basil, and lemon
The spicy aroma of basil mixed with the freshness of cucumber and lemongrass will quickly become your favorite if you’re looking for something that stimulates your senses. Cut some cucumber slices, put them in a jar, and add water. Add a few drops of lemongrass * essential oil * and a few sprigs of dried basil.