ADHD Massage Oil to use daily to help with focus and concentration
Directions: For daily use : Add 6 drops to palms of hands and massage into chest, shoulder, and soles of feet area . As a bath time use add 6 drops to tub water allowing child to soak for a few minutes . Do not add no more than 6 drops . As a diffuser drop 3-6 drops of oil to container .
Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil is a great carrier oil which contains the fatty substances Omega 9 fatty acid and nutrients of the first two hours of cold pressing the fruit.
Organic Lavender Oil improves brain anxiety, improves mood, calms nerves, improves concentration and increases focus. This is due to the fact that it helps ease stress levels and calms the mind. According to Medical News Today, studies done on lavender show that it helps with restlessness, depression and anxiety.
Organic Patchouli Oil with its pleasant earthy scent soothes the nerves, uplifts mood, drives away disappointment, and relaxes tension
Organic Frankincense an old Biblical resin that was one of the gifts to the baby Jesus has been proven to help support the immune system, improve focus by promoting relaxation and peace of mind. This oil helps address the inability of your child to concentrate or focus by minimizing stress and anxiety.
Myrrh another Biblical herb acts as a catalyst or fixative for frankincense amd acts like a immune booster
Cedarwood Oil is known to stimulate the thought process and mental synergy, which makes it one of the most effective essential oils for ADHD as it improves focus and attention.
Cypress Oil-gives more structure and clear mind. The oil can help a child to relax whenever they are tense or nervous. It also helps to stabilize their thought process and emotional reactions.
Rosemary Oil helps improve speed and precision in studying and learning. The oil also helps foster physical and emotional stability.
Vetiver oil properties have relaxing and calming effects on children combating ADHD and ADD symptoms from ranges of difficulty in concentrating, diminished focus, distractions, organizational issues, and following directions, impatience, and fidgety behavior. Can increase performance by 100 percent .
Tea Tree Oil helps with the growth of immunoglobulin cells in the body that are usually suppressed in ADHD patients due to the candidiasis and clostridia overgrowth.
Cilantro Oil- Children suffering from ADHD usually have excess heavy metal toxins. Cilantro oil has been shown to help control these toxins. The oil has anti-microbe, anti-depressant, anti-inflammatory, anxiolytic, lead-cleansing, neuro-protective and anti-oxidant properties. Studies have shown that alterations caused by lead in test subjects were dramatically reduced by using cilantro oil extracts.
Ylang Ylang – known as a sedative ylang ylang is helpful for stress, anxiety, depression and known to balance mood swings.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) does not regulate the use of essential oils. Therefore, it is advisable to consult professionals before any treatment related to essential oils. This is especially so for children since they are more sensitive to essential oils than adults. When they are used as they should, essential oils can go a long way in improving the concentration and focus of children with ADHD or ADD.
It is worth noting that some essential oils are toxic when swallowed. For this reason, you should not give your child essential oils for ADHD orally. You can only rub the oils on their skin or have them inhale the oil.
If skin irritation occurs, seek medical help if blotches or painful rashes appear. The reaction can occur when the skin is exposed to the sun’s rays after you have applied the oil or after several applications of the essential oil. Some oils are known to cause adverse reactions of the mucus membranes i.e. the nose, mouth, eyes and genitalia. Seek medical help when symptoms become worse or unbearable.
Do not let children administer oil themselves. This information is not to treat, diagnose or cure but for informational purposes only
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