DIY OK For Kids Tummy Aid Balm

September 12, 2016

Stomach aches are about as much fun as getting a root canal… That is to say, no fun at all. But we believe there is one thing we can thank stomach aches for, and that is that they communicate to us when something’s not right. So whether it be that we have a stomach bug, digestive issues or simply ate too much, OK For Kids Tummy Aid is the best smelling solution to your stomach’s natural restitution. Each drop contains mighty therapeutic properties which help to effectively tame tummy troubles, yet is gentle enough for little ones to use when properly diluted or inhaled.

DIY Tummy Aid Balm

There’s no excuses for not making balms or salves, because it may just be the easiest DIY we’ve ever come up with. And when it comes to tremendous tummy troubles, we’ve found that a soft, soothing belly rub does more than just thwart pain- it helps to comfort tearful little ones. That’s why we highly recommend adding Tummy Aid to a balm to help your child effectively absorb the therapeutic benefits of this restorative blend.

What you need

4 oz Tin

2 oz Coconut Carrier Oil

1 oz Beeswax

15 drops OK For Kids Tummy Aid

Details, Details…

Melt beeswax in a double boiler, remove from heat, and stir in Coconut oil and Tummy Aid. Pour into the tin, and let cool. Yes, believe it or not, that’s all it takes to create a soothing tummy balm. Simply rub a dollop of Tummy Aid Balm onto the tummy, and allow relief to takeover.


  • Edens Garden says...

    Hi Chlod! The balm shares the same shelf life as the carrier oil, because the carrier oil has the lowest shelf life (6 months – 1 year). For the longest shelf life, we would recommend storing the balm in a tin in the fridge.

    On December 21, 2016

  • Chlod says...

    May I know if there is any expiry date after I made the balms. What’s the best way to store the balms?

    On December 02, 2016

  • Edens Garden says...

    Hi Cynthia! We do have a You Tube channel, however it is not very active. We hope to have more videos available in the future. Find our channel here-

    On October 11, 2016

  • Edens Garden says...

    Hi Janeth! Tummy Aid can be used as a spot treatment at 5%, so you would use about 5 drops per teaspoon of carrier oil. For larger areas we suggest using a dilution ratio of 1%, or 1 drop per teaspoon of carrier oil. In an ultrasonic diffuser, you can generally use up to 25 drops, however the manufacturer of the diffuser would have better insight into this.

    On October 10, 2016

  • Janeth says...

    Hi wanted to know what measurements would be if put in a roller with just a carrier oil and and this EO. Also if put in a diffuser, how many drops for 150ml of water. TIA

    On October 10, 2016

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