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13 Responses to Essential Oil Remedies for Children

  1. Mary

    Is there a book you’d recommend on this?

  2. Melissa Vose  

    amazing post! very comprehensive. if you were to buy only 2 or 3 essential oils which would you chose as the ones you can’t live without? this is a great list but could potentially put me in the poorhouse… =p

    • Dionna  

      Hmmm, I guess it depends on if there is anything your family regularly gets. But to answer your question very honestly, the 2 EO’s I’ve used for years are lavender and tea tree oil – everything else I’ve only started learning about in the last year 🙂

  3. Ashley  

    Is there anyway you can include information on essential oils for Autism, ADHD, Sensory Disorders, Anxiety, Anger???

    • Dionna  

      Thanks for reading, Ashley. This info comes from a presentation by my acupuncturist, who is not a regular writer for us. I’m sure Google can help you with EO recommendations for anxiety and anger, I don’t know about the other three. Good luck in your search!

  4. Melissa

    I was wondering if it is safe to use a blend like “Attention Assist” by native american nutritionals (3-4) times daily on my 4 year old?

    I just read a book that says “Always alternate oils used and do not treat the child with essential oils on a consistent basis even if you very the oils” It goes on to say that the oils can build up and hurt their organs (ie Liver). Now I am concerned that I may be over using with her – I do not want to harm her in any way. Please help.

    attention assist: Ingredients: Vetiver (Vetivera zizanioides), Frankincense (Somalia) (Boswellia Carterii), Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia), and Cedarwood (Cedrus deodora), in a base of Wild Fractionated Coconut Oil.

    Thank you

  5. lara

    Hi there

    Is Rose Geranium ok to use on new born babies?

  6. Daniela

    Hi, I was just wondering why Rosemary is recommended. I have read that Rosemary and Eucalyptus shouldn’t be used on children under 10 years and peppermint on children under 6 years.
    Just wondering 🙂

  7. Melissa

    Hi, without suggesting to me which one to use, i just want to ask you if your toddler had hives, and you only had Lemon, Sacred Frankinsence and Oregano, which one would you use with a carrier?