When we start to hear our kids sniffle and sneeze, we know we are in for mountains of tissues, thermometers and endless hours spent in front of the TV. Feeling under the weather can be unBEARable, let Sniffles & Sneezes help put it into hibernation. For best results, apply to affected area. This blend of Silver Fir, Cedarwood, Pine, Spruce, Sweet Orange and Lavender diluted to 5% in Fractionated Coconut Oil has an aroma that your family is bound to love. For best results, apply topically to the affected area.
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Safety: Keep out of reach of children. If pregnant or under a doctor’s care, consult physician. Avoid contact with eyes. Do not use internally unless instructed by a licensed aromatherapist or physician.
OK For Kids: 2+
Shelf Life: 2 Years
- Sniffles & Sneezes essential oil blend was created to use at the first sign of cold symptoms with inhalation by massaging this blend as a rub on the chest and back to reduce cough and congestion. You can also dab a small amount of the oil under the nose to reap its immune-boosting benefits. To get a nice lungful of the oil blend, roll the oil onto the palms of the hands, cup both hands over the nose and breathe in deeply 4-5 times to ease the discomfort of a sore throat, stuffy nose and congested lungs. We also recommend performing a skin patch test when using a new essential oil topically.
- There are numerous ways to apply Sniffles & Sneezes essential oil roll on to your kids and the entire family. It is prediluted for ease of use with Fractionated Coconut carrier oil and is ideal to use to relieve chest congestion and a cough and can be applied to the anterior neck for at first signs of a sore throat, the sternum area of the chest, over the lungs on the back, behind the ears, on the temples and back of the neck. Apply a hot compress or a heating pad for a few minutes for warm comfort and to further loosen congestion in the lungs.
- You can pull Sniffles & Sneezes roll-on blend out of your natural remedies arsenal to help lessen the duration of a cold/flu or other sicknesses once you or someone you love has begun to feel sick with a sore throat, runny nose or other cold-like symptoms. This roll-on blend is used topically by massaging it on and around the neck and chest to foster a healthy immune system with you and your child and to shorten the length and duration of a cold or flu.
- This roll-on blend is pre-diluted with Fractionated Coconut carrier oil with an incredibly effective blend of 5% concentration of essential oils to protect, comfort and aid the breath. Silver Fir leads the pack which clears the breath and fortifies your health. Cedarwood gives us an ability to let go and relax while encouraging deep breathing when feeling very congested. Pine is warm comfort during the cold and flu season which restores one's emotional composure when not feeling well. Spruce is a touch of affection and a must have during the cold winter months to keep one's energy level up. Lavender and Sweet Orange are oils to comfort and ease anxiety while fortifying the immune system.
- The intention of both essential oil blends are similar which is to reduce the severity of the symptoms of colds and flu. However, each blend approaches a mixture of oils a bit differently and there are some overlapping oils such as Lavender and Pine oils. Young Living incorporates a few types of Eucalyptus oils which right off the bat do not work for our OK for Kids line. Certain essential oils including camphor and Eucalyptus are not recommended for use with children under the age of 10 due to potential sensitivity to components in the oils. However, a bigger difference between the blends is price. Without the MLM structure, Edens Garden Sniffles & Sneezes roll-on blend is inclusionary and much more affordable and attainable with the same attention paid to pure unadulterated essential oils.
Where To Apply: For more information on where to apply roll-ons, visit our blog post here.