Need Energy? Try this Essential Oil Blend!


What were we talking about? Oh - yes - focus issues. Ever walk into a room for something specific and then have no earthly idea what you came in there for? It happens to the best of us. Whether you or someone you love has been diagnosed with ADD or ADHD, or you're just feeling a bit foggy lately, we could all use a dose of a natural pick me up!

Essential oils have a myriad of benefits. I've used them for years - my kids called me "Voodoo Mama" :-) Single oils are a great way to combat foggy thinking. But if you want to maximize your results, you might consider an essential oil blend. Blends often comprise a number of oils combined in a single container that are formulated to address specific issues.

Energizing Blends enhance concentration while supporting healthy thought processes. They're effective for both adults and children dealing with attention problems, while delivering abilities to sustain focus through short and long term benefits.

This is one of my favorite go-to Energizing Blends :-)

* You'll need a 10 ml glass roller bottle.

* Fill the roller bottle 3/4 full with Olive Oil or other carrier oil of your choice.

* Check out the Essential Oil Dilution Chart or add 1 drop of each of the following:

  • Orange

  • Lemon

  • Peppermint

  • Rosemary

GET ENERGIZED!

  • Apply to your temples and back of neck for enhanced concentration.

  • Apply to wrists and inhale deeply to encourage clarity and focus.

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