doTERRA ESSENTIAL OILS FOR ADD/ADHD Whether you know your child has ADD/ADHD or you suspect they do, or maybe a teacher has told you they think they might have it, this is a great way to try an alternative to medicine to see if it will work for your child.

Rub into the bottom of their feet one oil at a time. First do Serenity then Vetiver, etc.  A drop of Vetiver in the hands is good for them to inhale.

Serenity – 1-2 drops on each foot
Vetiver – 1-2 drops on each foot
Balance – 1-2 drops on each foot

Serenity – A relaxing blend that contains essential oils that are often used to help calm and sooth feelings of stress, excitement, and anxiety in order to help the body maintain its natural state of health.

Vetiver – is a complex, woods aroma that is renowned for its balancing and grounding uses. It also has historically been acknowledged for its soothing and calming effects and stimulating effects on the nervous system. Don’t be confused. Yes, even with its calming and relaxing effects, others have found it to be mentally and physically rejuvenating. Vetiver can be both calming and rejuvenating to the body and mind.

Most recently, parents have found it highly effective in treating ADD or ADHD as an alternative to Ritalin and other prescription medications.

Vetiver, with its calming properties, has been known to dispel anger, hysteria and irritability. Further, even neurotic behavior stemming from stress and tension has been reduced.

Balance – Balance is an amazing blend that is very grounding and helpful for recovering Balance inside and outside the body. Anti-depressant, anti-anxiety, calming, soothing to the nerves, supports pancreas in processing sugar and carbs, pain relief to muscles, coordination enhancer, helps cells remember how to be perfect.

Lavender – Use for agitation, bruises, burns (can mix with melaleuca), leg cramps, herpes, heart irregularities, hives, insect bites, neuropathy, pain (inside and out), bee stings, sprains, sunburn (combine with frankincense), and sunstroke. Relieves insomnia, depression, and PMS and is a natural antihistamine (asthma and allergies).

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