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My little bag of essential oils is usually the first thing I pack when we’re getting ready to travel – long trips, short trips, overnight trips, even day trips – I make sure the oils are packed!
I’ve replaced many of my usual travel items with my essential oils.
Here’s what you need when you’re traveling with essential oils.
Traveling with Essential Oils
My travel kit of essential oils is our go-to resource for many things when we are on the road.
We use a few small diffusers when we’re traveling – one that plugs into the vent in our car and a battery-operated travel-sized evaporative diffuser that’s nice to run for a few minutes before bed.
And, of course, my oils – for digestion issues, jet lag, headaches, etc. – all those travel related issues can benefit from a little oil.
Related: Essential Oils for the Immune System
What to include in your travel bag of essential oils:
- Peppermint – for nausea or digestive issues
- Pain Ease – for muscle aches and pains (definitely needed after a long day at Disney World)
- Immune Strength – for dealing with illness while away from home (also comes in a handy roll-on format)
- Lavender – for insect bites, burns, or calming before bedtime
- Migraine Support – for headache relief
Travel Size Essential Oil Diffuser
Diffusing essential oils is one of our go-to methods and I don’t like to give that up — even when we’re traveling. That’s when a travel size essential oil diffuser really comes in handy!
When we’re home I prefer to use an ultrasonic diffuser but traveling sometimes requires a travel diffuser that’s a little easier to manage.
Here are a few I like to have:
Car Diffuser – if you’re low-tech a cotton ball and clothespin work well as a car diffuser (add a few drops of essential oil to the cotton ball and use the clothespin to secure the cotton ball near the car vent). If you want something a little more high-tech this car diffuser is pretty cool.
Fan Diffuser – perfect for your hotel stay, a fan diffuser helps disperse essential oils into the air making the space smell a little more like home.
Flying with Essential Oils
No need to leave your oils home if you’re flying. You can pack them in your luggage or take them in a carry-on.
The only rule you need to remember for carry-on purposes is that each bottle must be less than 3.5 oz (most essential oil bottles are much smaller at just 5 or 15 ml) and they must all fit in a quart-sized zip-top plastic bag.