Hi everyone! I decided a few weeks ago to purchase an Essential Oil Diffuser for our school room to see if it would help us any. I had heard a lot of other homeschoolers talk about them and figured I’d give it a try. In the past, we’ve used Lavender oil for calming and so I thought it may help our school days to be more peaceful.
I didn’t do a whole lot of research, I just looked on Amazon and chose one that was in my price range, was a good seller and had a lot of good reviews. I chose this one: URPOWER 2nd Version Essential Oil Diffuser.
Since I’ve only ever tried one kind of essential oil, I decided to buy a variety pack. I chose one that had the top 8 best selling, 100% pure & therapeutic grade sampler package: Radha Beauty Aromatherapy
It came with Lavendar, Tea Tree, Eucalyptus, Lemongrass, Orange, Peppermint, Frankincense, and Rosemary.
We set this up in our school room and so far have loved it! We enjoy the diffuser I chose a lot. It changes to 7 different colors and has two different settings for diffusing, which is nice. You can set it on constant mist for 3 hours or intermittent for 6 hours. We started with the Lavendar oil first and have been trying out different ones each day.
I can definitely tell a difference in how I myself feel, it does help me to be more relaxed. So far the kids have liked all the scents except the lemon for some reason which I’m not positive. I think we’re going to try and mix a few together soon and see how that goes. The eucalyptus has been good for those of us who have had head colds this past week!
I’m open for any advice or suggestions on essential oils, since this is all very new to me! Please feel free to comment!
Have a blessed week,
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