When your child has a scrape or cut, what’s the first thing you reach for?
If it’s not an essential oil, let me share with you a super easy blend that you can use on any “ouchie” that your kids might have. Or that you might have….because even grown-ups get “owies” now and then–ha!
These essential oils pack an antibacterial punch and don’t sting when applied. My 2 year old asks for her owie spray even when she isn’t hurt! :)
Essential Oils Owie Spray for Kids
For ages 2 and up.
2 oz glass amber spray bottle (you can use a small glass jar with a cover if you don’t have any bottles, just store it out of direct light)
10-12 drops lavender
10-12 drops tea tree
10-12 drops frankincense
Fill the rest with a carrier oil such as fractionated coconut oil (in a pinch, use olive oil!)
Alternate Owie Spray Recipe
2 oz spray bottle
5 drops Myrrh
5 drops Frankincense
5 drops Lavender
5 drops Helichrysum
Fill remainder with carrier oil
If you don’t have Frankincense (it’s a bit more of an expensive oil), you can still combine the other oils in either recipe and they will be effective! Just increase the amount of drops (for instance, 15 Lavender and 15 Tea Tree in the first recipe) to make up for the “missing” Frankincense. Frankincense is a wonderful healing oil and can be used in a variety of ways.
Get carrier oils at our favorite source for pure and high quality oils, Rocky Mountain Oils!
Take My Free 7-Day Getting Started Guide to Using Essential Oils with Kids eCourse!
If you’re wanting to give essential oils a try for your family but don’t want to buy any before you know how you can actually use them, or if you have a few oils in your cabinet but have little idea what to do with them when it comes to kids, I’d encourage you to sign up for my FREE Getting Started Guide to Using Essential Oils for Children eCourse!
Some of the things you’ll learn in the course:
- Safe use of oils based on age
- How to apply them for maximum effectiveness
- The three most versatile oils and how to use them
- How to dilute, diffuse and apply oils so they work
- Simple recipes that you can easily DIY
There is NO MLM required to take this course. I have a company from whom I purchase our oils (which is not an MLM*) but you can use any kind of oils you prefer as long as they are good quality oils (see this post for more tips on how to make sure).
I would LOVE to have you join me so that you can have confidence in using essential oils safely and effectively with your children!
*An MLM is a multi-level marketing company, where distributors work for a larger company through which they sell items at a tiered commission rate. In the essential oil world, these would include DoTerra and Young Living.
*FDA disclaimer: “These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any disease.”