Essential Oil Blends and Singles


Geranium oil invokes many different responses.  Some people hate it and some love it.  If you hate it then you need to work on making friends with it soon.  Like most floral oils, Geranium oil is great for hormone balancing and great for skin.  The most common concern I use Geranium oil for is for kidney and bladder support.  Geranium is a great oil for bug repellent.  People have referred to Geranium as the poor man’s Rose oil.  This is because Geranium oil shares similar properties to Rose oil except it is much cheaper to produce.

Geranium oil is found in dōTERRA’s ClaryCalm Monthly Blend for Women and Zendocrine Detoxification Blend.


Scar & Skin Care Tissue Support: 4 teaspoons of Fractionated Coconut Oil, Geranium 4 drops, Lavender 4 drops, Patchouli 3 drops, and White Fir 3 drops. Apply over area several times a day.1. This blend is great for cuts on the skin too.

Moisturizer:  Add 1-2 drops to your favorite moisturizer to support skin and tissues regeneration.  You can also add a few drops of Geranium in your shampoo to help balance dry hair and scalp.

Hormone Help Inhalant: Geranium 3 drops, Rose 1 drop, and Fractionated Coconut 6 drops.  Mix and soak wick in gently mixed solution and put in inhaler.1

Quick-Calming Inhalant: Geranium 2 drops, Myrrh 2 drops, Ylang Ylang 2 drops, Frankincense 3 drops, and Vetiver 1 drop.1 Mix in a diffuser or in your palms and inhale.

Menopause-Balancing Bath: Geranium 2 drops, Roman Chamomile 2 drops, Clary Sage 2 drops, Coriander 1 drop into ½ cup Epsom salts in bottom of dry bathtub. Add very warm water, stir until dissolved and then soak and inhale.1

Cramp Relief Bath: Geranium oil 3 drops, Marjoram 2 drops, Ylang, Ylang 2 drops, Coriander 1 drop, and Rose 1 drop.1. Mix with warm water and epsom salt in a bath tub.

Varicose Vein Bath: Geranium 2 drops, Cypress 2 drops, Lemon 2 drops, and Peppermint 1 drop.1.  Mix with Fractionated Coconut Oil and rub on veins several times a day.

Varicose Vein Massage Oil: Fractionated Coconut Oil 4 teaspoons, Geranium 2 drops, Cypress 3 drops, Patchouli 2 drops, Rosemary 2 drops.  Start with the ankles and gently massage upward motion to above knees 2 -3 times a day.1

Candida Immune-Boosting Body Oil: 4 Ounces of Coconut Oil, Geranium 4 drops, White Fir 6 drops, Frankincense 3 drops, Thyme 3 drops, Patchouli 2 drops, and Melaleuca 3 drops. Massage into skin several times a day – apply to bottoms of feet in the evening and put on thick cotton socks.1

Throat Soothing: Geranium is excellent for dry cough – apply to outside of throat and inhale.  Mix fractionated Coconut Oil 4 teaspoons, Geranium 3 drops, Eucalyptus 2 drops, Lavender 2 drops, and Thyme 1 drop. Gently massage the mixture over your neck and throat to soothe throat and swollen glands. 1

Balance Libido: Mix 4 drops Lavender, 4 Rosemary, 1 drop Geranium in the diffuser and create fireworks!  Wink wink!

Body Odor: Dilute with fractionated coconut oil and rub under arm pits to decrease unpleasant body odor.

Liver, Gall Bladder, Pancreas, Kidney, & Skin Support:  Geranium is found in the Zendocrine Detoxification Blend.  Take 2 soft gels twice a day. You can also rub the oils on topically over the tummy, back and bottom of feet twice a day.  

Urinary Tract Support: Rub on the bladder area (lower abs) as often as you need.


Geranium is the oil of Love & Trust.  According to the Emotions & Essential Oils, the negative emotions Geranium oil helps to shift are as follows: Abandonment, loss, distrusting, unforgiving, unloving, disheartened, heavyhearted, and grief.

The positive properties we can incorporate are the following: Emotional healing, trusting, forgiving, gentle, loving, tolerant, and openness.

Sometimes when Geranium shows up, I like to do Childhood Regression Technique for people.  Something in the past needs to be resolved, so that they love and accept themselves and feel safe again.  It teaches us to love others and serve without attachment to any outcome.

Self-Love and Self-Acceptance Blend: Mix 4 drops Frankincense, 4 drops Geranium, 2 drops Lavender, 3 drops Patchouli, 2 drops Roman Chamomile, and 2 drops Ylang Ylang.  Put this blend in a 10ml roller bottle and fill the rest with Fractionated Coconut Oil.  Rub over your heart and heart reflexes and say, “I love and accept myself unconditionally.  I am enough.”  

Over-Analytical & Attached: Mix Geranium 3 drops, Sandalwood 2 drops, and Patchouli 1 drop with a little Fractionated Coconut Oil.  Rub on forehead, back of neck, on the ear lobes, bottom of big toes and inhale deeply.  This helps calm the overthinking mind and helps you follow the heart!


We all have an inner compass inside of us to guide us.  When we’ve been rebuked for making mistakes as a young child, we naturally get mad at ourselves and rebuke ourselves automatically for not being better.  All these mistakes creates evidence to support the belief that we are not good enough and that we are not safe. You can think of Geranium as the heart healer.  When you truly love and trust yourself, your love and trust in others has substance.  You no longer give hollow love to others.  Geranium helps you re-parent yourself with unconditional love and acceptance.

Geranium helps us restore confidence in the goodness of others.  When we allow others to love us, the universe provides all the love we are ready to receive.  Love comes in the form of friends, help, money, time, peace, health and all sorts of blessings.

Geranium is great for children and babies to keep their heart open.  Sometimes when something disappoints or they feel rejected or abandoned, we create heart walls and then block good things from coming into our lives.

I love the fact that Geranium helps clean out organs like kidneys where we hold our fears and insecurity.  When those negative feelings are gone, we open ourselves up to more love and joy.

Can you see why this is an important oil to make friends with?


Here are my top 10 Uses for Geranium oil:

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