dōTERRA Shinrin-Yoku™ Oil 15ml


1 in stock (can be backordered)

Return to the forest to nurture mind, body and soul. 

Research now concludes that the ancient Japanese practice of ‘Shinrin-yoku’ or forest bathing has healing benefits to both our physical and mental health. Retreating to the inner sanctum of the trees is now scientifically proven to relieve stress, reduce blood pressure and boost our immune defences. 

Specially formulated to bring the power of nature into our homes, doTERRA Shinrin-Yoku Forest Bathing Blend not only features the aromas of the great outdoors, but essential oils with the same chemical constituents you inhale when you walk amongst the trees, this includes Lemon, Magnolia, Patchouli, Cardamom, Siberian Fir, Hinoki, Cypress, Lavandin, Pink Grapefruit, Geranium & Petitgrain essential oils.


  • Diffuse for the same relaxing benefits of actually forest bathing. 
  • This blend may also be used as an amulet to calm down negative emotions. 

Directions for Use

Diffusion: Use three to four drops in diffuser of choice. 

Topical Use: Apply one to two drops to desired area.



Possible skin sensitivity. If you are pregnant, nursing or under a doctor’s care consult your physician. Avoid contact with eyes, inner ears and sensitive areas.

Everyone is different and reactions to fragrances such as essential oils are no different. For some people (neurodiverse and neurotypical) using essential oils is highly supportive, however it is good to be aware that around 30% of the neurotypical population are sensory sensitive (but not necessarily to smell) and a higher rate (but not all) neurodiverse individuals have sensory sensitivities (again this is general sensory sensitivities, not necessarily to smell). So when planning to use any fragrance, including essential oils, particularly when diffused into a shared environment, we would encourage you to consider the potential for sensory and/or allergy sensitivities of those that will be using the space.

Weight 0.05 kg
Dimensions 3 × 3 × 7 cm
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