There is a lot of research demonstrating how therapeutic grade essential oils affect memory and cognitive function. Often we think of cognitive function in terms of older adults. You know, those “senior moments” we hear about but never want to admit we may be having?
But what about our children. Students are under a lot of pressure to increase their knowledge and perform on tests. All this at a time when their bodies are going through massive changes. So my thought is, why not bless our children with the gift of aromas that will contribute to their health? These aromas need to be natural, not artificial chemicals that are so common in our culture. Here are some ideas to consider…
Peppermint and Lemon can energize (one study showed groups solved puzzles 30% faster than the control group)
Chamomile and Pine are good for performance jitters before an exam
More ideas and scientific documentation are presented by Katherine Fuller, MS and Connie McDanel, BS in their book, Healing Homes: Our Social Responsibility.
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