Blending for Children
Blending for Children – Herbs or Oils
Thursday, Mar 22, 2018 11:30am or 6:30pm
Classes held at ‘Alternative Pathfinders’
There is a lot of controversy about essential oils and children. Should they even be used on children? How about babies? How much shall I use? No-one is more protective of their child than a mom (or dad) who is trying to use natural products with their child. As a Certified Clinical Master Aromatherapist and practicing herbalist, I would like to share my knowledge and tips that have helped my grandson avoid medications and antibiotics.
In this class we will be discussing when essential oils are right for children and when an herbal remedy or hydrosol are the better choice. We will also discuss applications, dilutions, recipes and more.
You will also:
• Learn about five essential oils that are considered safe for children and some that are not.
• Learn about dilution rates and how they should be applied.
• Explore herbs and/or hydrosols that can be just as effective.
• Create a herbal blend that has helped my grandson avoid antibiotics.
• Learn a recipe that will boost the immune system and tastes good too.
Price is $25
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** Classes Limited to 12 people. To guarantee spot available, please pay at least 24 hour in advance. This also ensures we have supplies available for every student.
Save up to $48 with purchase of a “Keep Learning” package.
*** Keep Learning Packages available for 3, 4 or 5 two hour classes or our Monthly package. With purchase of one of our packages, you receive a coupon code and link so you can reserve class of your choice subject to availability. Purchase of package does not guarantee a spot available in any particular class until you reserve it. If class is not available, you will have the ability to use the code at a later date.
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Melody Bartone-Helmick is a Certified Clinical Master Aromatherapist and practicing herbalist. She is also a professional member of the National Association of Holistic Aromatherapy (NAHA) and member of the American Herbalist Guild (AHG). Information taught in our classes are for educational purposes only. It is recommended that you consult with your professional health care specialist before applying or otherwise utilizing any aromatherapy or herbal practices and/or remedies.