Breathe autumn and experience fall nostalgia with this warm, robust blend.
Want to think outside the bottle? Experience the feelings of fall with portable aromatherapy!
Designed for aromatic use only.
Do not ingest or vaporize.
Not intended for topical use.
Do not ingest or vaporize.
Not intended for topical use.
Available for a limited time only.
Effective Essential Oils Blended By Experts
Allspice is derived from the dried fruit of the pimento tree. Because of its distinct flavor and therapeutic profile, allspice is popular around the globe. It has been shown to be an analgesic, improve circulation, protect the gastrointestinal system, lift mood, boost the immune system, protect against fungal infections, and lower inflammation.
Cinnamon essential oil is a highly versatile essential oil that can be used aromatically, topically, and even internally to treat a wide variety of health issues. Cinnamon essential oil can be used to help prevent infection, remedy digestive issues, support the respiratory system, ease the pain of sore muscles, and more.
A spice reminiscent of family, holidays, and warmth, nutmeg’s aromatic and therapeutic profile make it popular in both culinary and natural wellness circles. This essential oil lends its rich, sweet, and stimulatory qualities to essential oil blends, and its antioxidant properties make it a favored therapeutic addition.
Anise seed essential oil has a distinct, licorice-like aroma and is often used to flavor foods and add depth to essential oil blends. Like other similar spice-derived essential oils, anise has thermogenic properties, which may be useful in relieving body aches and discomfort. It may also be used to uplift the spirit and provide respiratory support.
Known for its warming and stimulating feelings, the ancient Greeks used Black Pepper to aid their athletes in performance. It has also been used for it’s energizing and invigorating characteristics.
Cardamom has a complex therapeutic and aromatic profile. Once considered a symbol of luxury, cardamom properties make it well-suited as a nootropic, aphrodisiac, and mood enhancer. It’s also credited with boosting digestive, skin, and circulatory health and general well-being.
A gentle cinnamon essential oil that transports one to an aromatic paradise of baking and creature comforts. This essential oil is used to boost feelings of well-being, warmth, and coziness. Cassia essential oil is commonly recommended to help with indigestion, aches and pains, and fatigue.
Cinnamon is one of the earliest spices used by humans, and is known to ease tension. Cinnamon’s warming properties may relax tense muscles, which is why it is commonly used to ease soreness.
Clove bud is derived from the flower buds of the clove tree and has a long and robust history in traditional medicine and aromatherapy. The rich aroma of clove bud is warm and spicy, mimicking its therapeutic properties of invigorating the mind, warming the body and soul, and alleviating aches and discomfort.
Ginger essential oil comes from the root of the plant in the Zingiber family and dates back to ancient Chinese folk medicine. Commonly used today for culinary purposes because of its flavor, ginger also aids in digestive health and is a great source of nausea and inflammation relief.
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Gingergrass comes from the same genus and species as palmarosa, but the two plants are distinct varieties. The distillates yield quite different aromatic profiles that nonetheless compliment one another. Gingergrass essential oil is without the rosy notes of palmarosa but does offer a rich bouquet of ginger, wood, spice, and citrus, with a bright green sweetness.
Orange is known to uplift the spirit, provide additional energy, and clarify the mind. Some use it as an aid in detoxification, and studies indicate that it may lower the body’s response to stressful situations.
This blend also includes:
Anise, Black Pepper, Cardamom, Cassia, Cinnamon Leaf, Clove, Ginger, Gingergrass, Peru Balsam & Sweet Orange
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
SHOP THE COLLECTION
Wrap yourself in the comfort of good memories when you diffuse this essential oil blend, featuring botanicals distinctly reminiscent of the fall and winter holidays.
100% Natural & Organic
Enjoy naturally extracted, vegan, GMO-free essential oils that are bottled by hand in the US.
Fall Into Pumpkin Spice
If autumn had a scent, this would be it! Whether you crave the crisp, cool air, sweater weather, or your Pumpkin Spice latte, this blend will transport you there.
Pumpkin Spice is a blend of oils sourced from five continents around the world.
MONQ knows you want to live your best life. We want to help. That’s why, with our Therapeutic Fragrance Bottled Blends, we’ve empowered you to choose. Choose your blend, choose your experience. Whether you prefer a desktop or passive diffuser, we’ve created options for you. We suggest our battery-operated, no water, no hassle, no mess Anywhere Diffuser to get you started. Or, for wearable aromatherapy anywhere®, purchase an Om Medallion Aromatherapy AnyWear Necklace.
MONQ Therapeutic Fragrance® Bottled Blends are intended for aromatic use only. We recommend selecting the aromatherapy experience that best suits you.
Our battery-operated, no water, no hassle, no mess Anywhere Diffusers are perfect for any small space. To use, simply remove the cap from your favorite bottled blend and gently thread the diffuser to the bottle top.
For wearable aromatherapy, add 1-2 drops of Pumpkin Spice to the Om Medallion Aromatherapy AnyWear necklace felt pad.
For a traditional desktop diffuser, refer to the user manual to determine how many drops of Pumpkin Spice to add. Set the diffuser to an intermittent setting and breathe in therapeutic air®.
MONQ Therapeutic Fragrance® Bottled Blends are best when used within 2 years of opening. Store in a cool, dark place.
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