Essential Oil For Classrooms & Back to School Home Study Learning Guide Released
The website founded by certified aromatherapist Jennifer Lane, Loving Essential Oils, has released new guides on the uses and benefits of essential oils in the classroom, in anticipation of kids’ return to school in the coming weeks. Children can focus and complete their work more easily when there is a quiet, calming environment, which can be facilitated by the proper use of essential oils, according to the reports.
More information can be found at https://www.lovingessentialoils.com/blogs/diy-recipes/essential-oil-blends-for-back-to-school
Loving Essential Oils’ latest reports contain DIY recipes and detailed instructions for students and their teachers, whether at home or in the classroom. While promoting a healthy learning environment, essential oils can also be employed as an air purifier to eliminate bad odors with simple spray bottles.
As essential oils are simply concentrated plant extracts, the ratio of plant to oil can be as high as 5000 to 1, for example in the case of rose petals and lemon balm, making it an especially potent medicinal. The Cleveland Clinic, among other academic and medical institutions, acknowledges studies demonstrating the apparent effectiveness of aromatherapy for various uses, including as protection against stress and germs. Experts agree that the key principle for achieving desired results is to ensure proper usage and to follow dosage and dilution guidelines.
One of The Loving Essential Oils reports, for example, shares a DIY recipe for managing stress that contains frankincense, bergamot, and tangerine essential oils. The teacher or parent can drop the oils onto a wick, which is then placed in a blank inhaler, before being placed under the nose.
Another calming blend that may also impact positively respiratory health comprises sweet marjoram oil, lavender, and sweet orange. This blend can be added to the user’s diffuser with recommended water portions.
Dilution of essential oils is necessary to avoid negative effects. Individuals should generally keep the concentration of essential oils below 5% and always take into account purity and mode of application.
Regarding the Essential Oils Diffuser Master Guide, one customer wrote: “I love all the diffuser blends and recipes that Jennifer has developed and shared. I am new to aromatherapy and DIY beauty, but am really enjoying experimenting and trying new blends in my diffuser. I can’t wait to try out more recipes. Thanks.”
Interested parties can learn more at https://www.lovingessentialoils.com/blogs/essential-oil-tips/6-best-essential-oils-for-classroom
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