|Whether you are a parent, teacher, or young person, the start of the school year can take a toll the immune system and cause a lot of stress and anxiety. Essential oils can help boost immunity to seasonal threats and create a calming effect to combat the stress of heading back to school.
This post will explore several essential oils and blends that can be used aromatically, topically, and internally to help build resilience and overall health during this tough time of year.
Some of the benefits of using essential oils for back to school include:
doTERRA has a range of products designed specifically for children and young people and in this post we will explore several different essential oils and a blend that can help keep young people and others healthier through this transition back to school.
Essential Oils for Kids
Introducing essential oils to children and young people can be helpful to reduce school-related anxiety and also help them focus on tasks such as schoolwork or chores. Watch the video below for three great essential oil options to share with the young people in your life including Tangerine, Breathe and On Guard.
Click here for more information from doTERRA about the science and safety of using essential oils with kids.
Immunity Boosting Essential Oils
Combining these three oils in a rollerball topped with fractionated coconut oil or using a water diffuser can help a young person, parent, or teacher to maintain focus and help with overall mental alertness throughout the day.
Are there essential oils or recipes that you have been using to help ease the transition to back to school? Share in the comments below to let others know what's been helpful so far!
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