Essential Oil First Aid

Aeroma Lavender Oil High altitude is vital to providing the maximum concentration of beneficial constituents found in the wild-crafted leaves and flowering tops of the Lavender plant, legendary for their ability to impact the skin, urinary tract and digestive system. traditional, alternative and complementary uses: Pain Burns and Cuts Lesions Has Anti-Tumor Properties Care after Childbirth Colic Constipation Dementia Dental Hygiene Depression Ear Pain Skin Inflammation Head Lice Headache Painful Menstruation Acne Canker Sore Balance also known to… Help Calm Stress Improve Mental Performance Act as a Mild Sedative Possess Antibacterial Qualities Relax Sore Muscles Promote Overall Well-Being suggested applications: Burns/Cuts/Scrapes/Cysts: Apply 1-2 drops directly to location of injury. Anxiety: Apply neat to the temples and back of he neck. Stress/Fatigue: Add 15 drops with Starflake bath salts to a warm bath after a long day at work or a strenuous workout. Sunburn: Mix several drops with 8 oz. water and 1 drop of Peppermint essential oil in a spray bottle to soothe skin. special precautions & warnings: Pregnancy and breast-feeding: There is not enough reliable information about the safety of taking lavender if you are pregnant or breast-feeding. Surgery: Lavender might slow down the central nervous system. If used in combination with anesthesia and other medications given during and after surgery, it might slow down the central nervous system too much. Stop using lavender at least 2 weeks before a scheduled surgery. For complete application instructions and specific essential oil uses, please see the Be Young Total Health Desk Reference.

This information is for educational purposes only and not intended to diagnose, treat or prescribe. See a qualified professional for any health concerns. For more information, including research and historical information related to Peppermint essential oil, please refer to: https://www.beyoungth.com/product_detail/Peppermint_Essential_Oil/

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