As a mom to two ornery little boys, it’s important to have an effective first-aid spray on hand.
It needs it to be cost-effective, easy to keep on hand, and it must travel well.
I also want it to be as safe as possible. What’s on the store shelves is full of sketchy synthetics that can harm my boys.
So instead, I toss this together in just a few, quick steps.
I love this simple DIY from The Essential Oils Reference Guide:
- 2 drops Lavender
- 3 drops Tea Tree
- 2 drops Cypress
- 8 oz. distilled or otherwise clean water
- 1 spray bottle
- Sterile gauze pads with 3 drops of Lavender oil
- This first-aid spray is for minor cuts and abrasions. If you have a serious cut or wound, consult your physician.
- Pour distilled water into spray bottle. Add the drops of essential oils, and shake to mix.
- Clean all cuts and abrasions thoroughly and then spray the area with the first-aid spray.
- You may want to cover the area with the sterile gauze to which you have applied 3 drops of Lavender.
- This application should be repeated 2 times daily as necessary.
- After 3 days, you should allow the cut or abrasion to be exposed to the air, if possible.
Must Know Info:
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- They’re the only pesticide-free grown essential oil (no, not even organic pesticides)
- There are zero synthetics added.
- There are no fragrances added.
- I can see all this with my own two eyes (and have) by going to the farms all over the world myself.
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