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Your Initial Guide To Using Aromatherapy For Children Part 1

» Posted by on Aug 19, 2015 in Mental, Physical | 5 comments

Your Initial Guide To Using Aromatherapy For Children Part 1

Your Initial Guide To Using Aromatherapy For Children : Trust Your Instinct

Yes this is a beginner’s guide to using aromatherapy with children and we are going to start off with explaining what are the essential oils. This will be a multi part discussion so be sure to stay tuned for all the parts.

Your Initial Guide To Using Aromatherapy For Children – The Essential Oils

Essential oils are pure aromatic plant essences – they are distilled from flowers, fruit, leaves, resins, roots, seeds, and wood. The are used for their healing properties the world over – in , for example, they are only available through licensed, qualified parishioners.

 

Your Initial Guide To Using Aromatherapy For ChildrenYour Initial Guide To Using Aromatherapy For Children: Use Only Some For The Kids

 

In the United States, we have free access to essential oils – but with this comes with some important cautions: Only some of the essential oils available are suitable for children; others are not suitable for children and some are even dangerous to children (children with epilepsy should not come in contact with stimulating essential oils).

When used correctly however, essential oils can be of great benefit, and will not conflict with your child’s medically prescribed drugs. Always research the oil of choice thoroughly before using with your infant or child – ask advice from a qualified practitioner.

 

Your Initial Guide To Using Aromatherapy For Children: Nurturing For You As Well

That said, essential oils can be a wonderful way of supporting your child’s health, happiness and well-being. Essential oils can be very therapeutic and nurturing to both your child and you, the caregiver.

Essential oils are used externally (on the outside of the body) in your child’s bath, body lotions, oils, creams, gels, compresses, foot baths, or in a oil warmer. The effects of aromatherapy will generally fall into one of three main categories: 1) Assisting in healing from minor illnesses and accidents, 2) Supporting your child’s overall sense of well-being, and 3) Assisting your child in getting quality rest.

 

Your Initial Guide To Using Aromatherapy For ChildrenYour Initial Guide To Using Aromatherapy For Children: Stay Tuned For Part 2

Thank you for taking out time to read this article and be sure to check out part 2 of this series as we will go deeper into the discussion on Aromatherapy in Your Initial Guide To Using Aromatherapy For Children.

Till then take care and have a great day.

 

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5 Comments

  1. Thanks for the awesome info Greg! I love using essential oils for my family. Looking forward to more in your series 😀

  2. Thanks for a great article. Will tweet for you.

  3. Thanks Greg for this very informative guide.

    My wife LOVES aromatherapy and this has been most helpful for our family.

    Best wishes,

    Paul Hutchings

    • I am glad it was able to help you. I have started on the journey of aromatherapy myself but have been studying it for years.

  4. yes gotta trust yourself for sure. too many people dont do that

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