4 Essential Oils For Concentration

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The Focus blend consists of 7 essential oils and acts as a brain booster for your kids. It helps improve your child's concentration, attention span, and sets the tone right when creating a productive space. Other oils like Lavender, Vetiver, Cedarwood, and Rosemary, helps to reduce mental fatigue, thus improving focus and calming and relaxing your mind.

As a parent, do you ever have those days where getting your kids to sit down and do their homework is a chore? I get it, we all have those days where we don’t want to do what we need to, however schoolwork is a must for our kids.

When the “I don’t want to” or the “I can’t focus” statements come up, grab your essential oils to help them out. Here are my favorite essential oils to help myself and my kids concentrate and get our work done.

4 Essential Oils For Concentration

1. The Focus Blend

My ‘go-to’ essential oil when I need to focus, concentrate and get something done. My son uses it as well when he needs to study for a test. The Focus Blend enhances and sustains a sense of focus; helps to calm and stimulate the mind. Besides, the fragrance from this oil is very good. The Focus Blend contains Amyris Bark, Patchouli Leaf, Frankincense Resin, Lime Peel, Ylang Ylang Flower, Hawaiian Sandalwood Wood, and Roman Chamomile Flower Essential Oils.

2. Lavender And Rosemary Essential Oils

I love diffusing these two together! Lavender essential oil supports mental adaptability and performance and helps with focus and concentration while rosemary essential oil helps with memory and mental fatigue.

3. Vetiver Essential Oil

While I love using vetiver before bed, it also helps with focus, concentration and mental performance. Try combining this one with Lavender too!

4. Cedarwood Essential Oil

This essential oil helps to calm the mind, supports mental performance, is calming and soothing.

The best ways to use these essential oils is either by diffusing in a diffuser or combining with a carrier oil and applying topically to the back of your neck, along spine, under the nose, or on the bottom of your feet.

Keep in mind that not all essential oils work for everyone. Our body chemistry is different so what works for one person may not work for another. Try out a few to see what works best for you.

You also want to make sure you’re using high quality essential oils. Many on the market today are not therapeutic grade and won’t give you the results shared in this article.

Be diligent and do your research to find a reputable company. Go with your gut and what feels right for you and your family.

Disclaimer: The content is purely informative and educational in nature and should not be construed as medical advice. Please use the content only in consultation with an appropriate certified medical or healthcare professional.

Katrina Anotado

Hi, I'm Katrina. I believe that the foods we eat and the products we use have a major impact on our health. I attended school at The Institute for Integrative Nutrition where I studied with some of the world's top health and wellness experts including Dr. David Katz, Dr. Andrew Weil, Dr. Deepak Chopra, and Geneen Roth. While at school, I was introduced to the amazing benefits of essential oils. Now, sharing essential oils along with other lifestyle changes is what I love to do! The end result is to do your best and not strive for perfection.

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