The fall and winter months are upon us and I tell everyone now is the time to improve and keep your immune system boosted!
As a teacher, using essential oils in the classroom is easy. Yes, they are much better than Glade plug-ins and much, much LESS toxic!
Ways to use them are diffusing, cleaning, using as hand soap and sanitizer.
Parents you can help too by applying them on your kids feet before they leave the house! One drop diluted of On Guard Protective Blend helps keep them protected . The On Guard beadlets are great way to take internally.
Test day? Teachers: Lavender or Balance to ease and calm their nerves. If you don’t have a diffuser, you can place a drop or two on cotton balls and place throughout the classroom.
Lemon: Helps clean and purifies the air and surfaces
Lavender: Widely used for calming and relaxing qualities. Take internally to reduce anxious feelings. Soothes occasional skin irritations (scrapes, cuts, bruises)
Peppermint: Promotes healthy respiratory function and clear breathing, helps to wake up and is very uplifting
Balance: Promotes overall sense of relaxation, tranquility and balance. Helps to ease anxious feelings
Bergamot: Calming and soothing aroma
Citrus Bliss: Helps reduce stress. Positively affects mood with energizing, uplifting, and refreshing properties. Cleanses and purifies the air.
- Nearly 22 million school days are lost annually due to the common cold
- Over 50 million cases of the common cold affect Americans under age 17 each year
- Infectious disease accounts for millions of lost school days and cost the US over $120 billion per year