Having the diffuser nearby is always a good idea. Nicole Stevens, MSc states, “Aromatherapy is an excellent way to enjoy the benefits of essential oil without the worry of skin reactions. Inhaled oils have long been studied for their ability to enhance feelings of relaxation, encouragement, excitement, focus, and well-being. Additionally, diffused oils may support a healthier indoor environment. That’s always a bonus when you’ve got a houseful of kids.”
What should you diffuse? It depends on what your child needs. If they’ve had a long day at school and emotions are high, Vetiver can help calm them. Peppermint, is great for those low-energy days. You can also diffuse Peppermint with Frankincense and Wild Orange for added effect.
Some oils that you can put directly on your child’s neck include PastTense® and InTune®. PastTense can help ease stressful feelings and InTune can help sustain a sense of focus.
The Frankincense and Peppermint are included in the Natural Solutions, Home Essentials and Family Physician Starter kits!
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