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GENERAL DILUTION GUIDE

Because of the variation in dropper insert hole sizes, the following is only a
general guide:

MINIMUM–
MAXIMUM DROPS
OF ESSENTIAL OIL
INTO MILLILITERS
OF CARRIER OIL
OR SPOON
MEASUREMENTS OF
CARRIER OIL
0–1 drop 1⅕ teaspoon
2–5 drops51 teaspoon
4–10 drops102 teaspoons
6–15 drops151 tablespoon
8–20 drops204 teaspoons
10–25 drops255 teaspoons
12–30 drops302 tablespoons
ESSENTIAL OILS DILUTION GUIDE

CONVERSIONS: OUNCES AND MILLILITERS

Very often in this website is suggested blends diluted in 1 fluid ounce (fl. oz.), or 30 mL, of carrier oil. Because of the difficulties of conversion, this is slightly inaccurate; in 1 fl. oz. there are in fact 29.5735296875 mL. If you can, try to measure in milliliters because measuring small quantities is easier in Metric than it is in Imperial. For reference, here are the conversion rates.

To convert volumes in milliliters into fluid ounces:

1 mL0.03381 fl. oz.
5 mL0.16907 fl. oz.
10 mL0.33814 fl. oz.
20 mL0.67628 fl. oz.
30 mL1.01442 fl. oz.
100 mL3.38140 fl. oz.
milliliters to ounces

To convert volumes in fluid ounces into milliliters:

¼ fl. oz.7.39338 mL
½ fl. oz.14.78676 mL
¾ fl. oz.22.18014 mL
1 fl. oz.29.57352 mL
ounces to milliliters
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