Essential Oil First Aid

Breathe Blend ™ Contains premium organic and wild-crafted Eucalyptus radiate, globulus, citrodora, and Rosemary essential oils: This blend of powerful constituents impacts a broad spectrum of symptoms that impact the respiratory and circulatory systems by dissolving mucus. Breathe may also provide greater levels of oxygen to strengthen air and blood flow throughout the body. traditional, alternative and complementary uses: Respiratory Mucus Muscle Spasm Asthma Cough Headache Wound Healing Bacterial Infection Bronchitis Congestion

also known to… Repel Insects and Ticks Stimulate Immunity

Boost Energy

Relaxation

Dilate and Open the Respiratory System.

Support Circulation

Uplift Emotions

Clear Airways

suggested applications: Cough/Congestion: Apply 2-3 drops to a cloth or to palms of hands and inhale. Add to salt-water rinse to irrigate sinuses. Muscle Pain/Spasm: Dilute with conveyance oil (Grape Seed) to complement a massage. Insomnia: Diffuse in diffuser as needed. Respiratory Mucus/Decongestant: Apply 2-3 drops on the chest and up the neck. To enhance the effect, add a warm compress. Add to diffuser and diffuse throughout the day. Repel Insects/Tick Repellent: For a full body protection add 5-10 drops to an 8oz spray bottle. Shake well and spray over body. For specific area protection apply neat to area. Wound Healing: Add 1-2 drops to a gauze or bandage and apply to wound location. For small wounds add neat to wound. Energizing: Apply 1-2 drops to temples and back of neck, or diffuse throughout the day. special precautions and warnings: Pregnancy And Lactation: Likely safe when used topically. DO NOT INGEST. Rosemary might have uterine and menstrual flow stimulant effects. Citrodora has been reported to cause toxicity when taken internally. Aminopyrine: Inhaling eucalyptol, a chemical found in eucalyptus oil, might reduce the level of aminopyrine in the blood. Amphetamines: Inhaling eucalyptol, a chemical found in eucalyptus oil, might reduce the levels of amphetamines in the blood. Herbs that contain hepatotoxic pyrrolizidine alkaloids: Eucalyptus can increase the toxicity of herbs that contain hepatotoxic pyrrolizidine alkaloids (PAs). Pentobarbital: Inhaling eucalyptol, a chemical found in eucalyptus oil, might reduce the amount of pentobarbital that reaches the brain. 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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