Best Oils for Back-to-School Concentration Relief

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Best Oils for Back-to-School Concentration Relief

In our last post, we discussed some of the issues that arise with going back to school. It seems that stress is always involved, and along with stress, students and moms everywhere may also experience some other stress-induced issues. One problem is the need to have intense concentration for long periods of the day.

In this post, we will focus on many different essential oils that are perfect for the back-to-school concentration relief you need.   

Refreshing Wind


With a combination of Pine, Bergamot, Peppermint, and many other of our favorite essential oils, Refreshing Wind offers increased clarity and focus for all your back-to-school activities. This blend will help you whether you are taking kids school-supply shopping or preparing for your first exam.

To use, apply a small amount on your wrist in dilution, or you set your diffuser next to your desk as you do homework. With just 6-10 drops of the Refreshing Winds blend, you will have the clarity of mind to help with your late night assignments.

Lemon-Aid


With 12 citrus oils, the Lemon-Aid blend is sure to brighten your gloomy days. And getting back into the swing of school can be very difficult. With the mixture of lemon, orange, eucalyptus, and other citrus oils, Lemon-Aid reduces fear and anxiety making concentration effortless.

For immediate relief, apply the blend to your hands and breathe in deeply. You can also diffuse to create a more uplifting atmosphere. Lemon oil can dissolve plastic or adhesive residue. So when using any essential oils with lemon oil be sure to wipe away the residue with a paper towel.


Citrus Blends

There are many other blends and oils that will help with your concentration. Some include:



Remember that all citrus oils are phototoxic, or, in other words, that they increase sensitivity to the sun. When using them, be sure to avoid direct sunlight for 16-24 hours to avoid chances of sun damage. Likewise, be sure to dilute the essential oil when using it directly on your skin.


All of these oils will help you get back into the swing of school as the demand to concentrate on homework and other activities increases. Be sure to try other Nature’s Fusions blends as you and your family go back to school.