Saturday, September 13, 2014

A new ADHD blend

So my son has ADHD and although he is on medication I am trying to find a blend of oils that can do what his meds to with out the side effects. 
 These two:
Lime and Vetiver combined with some fractionated coconut oil in a roller bottle is working a little. 

An even amount of drops of each oil in a small roll on bottle are mixed together and applied to the back of the neck.  It is a bit of a strong smell and some find it unpleasant so I add a drop of lavender to the back of the neck as well. 
The question you are asking it working?
Well yes and no.  It is helping a little but he still needs his meds.  But you never know everyone is different so this combo may work for you or your child so give it a shot.

A refreshing blend

Here is a blend that I found and have fallen in love with.  Lavender, Lemon, and Rosemary:
 This blend may not sound like much but man is it nice.  And so fresh smelling. 
 No one smell is over powering over the other and I just can't describe the smell that it is other than fresh.

So give this blend a try the next time you have company over or just want something fresh smelling. 

I have been using it to freshen up the new house that has a pet odor smell to it.  I love it.

Stuffy nose relief

So Fall is upon us and that means lots of stuffy noses.  Did you know that you can simply open this bottle of Breathe and inhale it and it can open up your stuffy nose? 

Well you can.  This stuff is a unique blend of the following Essential Oils:
Eucalyptus radiata
Laurel Leaf
Melaleuca alternfolia

Blend these together and you have a mild vicks like smell that really opens you up.

Right now as I suffer from allergies or a cold I am diffusing it and it has opened up my airways quite well.  It's making my nose run a little but more it is opening up the passageways.  This Essential Oil Blend can also be applied topically under the nose and on the chest if need be but I like to breathe it in or diffuse it. 

It is also great for asthma as well so it's a good oil to have on hand in one of these:

A cute little bottle with just enough oil space for you to inhale or apply topically once or twice.  I keep will be keeping this in my purse from now on especially during cold and flu season.