WHICH ESSENTIAL OILS TO USE IN CASE OF ADD / ADHD ?
The Modern Essentials Usage Guide suggests the following oil blends and oils in case of ADD/ADHD, which can be used aromatically (i.e. by inhaling from the bottle, from a cotton cloth or diffusing into the air with a diffuser) or topically, i.e. applied directly on the skin with a carrier oil (e.g. fractionated coconut oil), rubbed on the soles under the feet (as they are absorbed quickly) and/or the crown of the head.
We are happy to help if there are any questions regarding the oils and their usage. Here is some more information on the suggested blends and oils:
InTune® is a proprietary blend of Amyris, Patchouli, Frankincense, Lime, Ylang Ylang, Sandalwood, Roman Chamomile essential oils, carefully selected for their ability to support efforts of those who have difficulty paying attention and staying on task. This blend helps to enhance and sustain a sense of focus.
dōTERRA Serenity™ essential oil is the perfect blend to diffuse at bedtime for a restful night’s sleep, to calm a restless baby or child, or to help reduce the worry and stress so many of us feel. dōTERRA Serenity combines the soothing scents of Lavender, Marjoram, Roman Chamomile, and Ylang Ylang with the warming aromas of Hawaiian Sandalwood and Vanilla Bean to create a prized essential oil blend that every home, family, and individual needs.
Our most popular oil, Lavender has been cherished for its unmistakable aroma and its beneficial properties for thousands of years. Lavender is widely used and accepted for its calming and relaxing qualities. For aromatic, topical, or dietary use.
Vetiver is loved for its rich, exotic, and complex aroma. Used extensively in perfumes as a base note and fixative, Vetiver's woody, earthy scent complements many other essential oils. Vetiver also has many beneficial uses and can be used for relaxation. For aromatic, topical, or dietary use.
Valued for its calming properties, Basil is commonly used as a cooling agent for the skin. For aromatic, topical, or dietary use.
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