Focus Diffuser Blend

    Recipe Categories - Diffuser Blend; Focus and Memory

If you're having trouble focusing, feeling sluggish, tired and unmotivated, this focus diffuser blend can give you the boost you need.

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Ingredients


3 drops Lemon
2 drops Basil
1 drops Rosemary
1 drops Peppermint
Warnings - Lemon oil can cause photosensitivity. If you use it on your skin, either use a steam distilled lemon oil (which doesn't cause photosensitivity) or dilute to 2% or less or avoid exposure to the sun or sunbeds for 12 hours. Basil oil is best avoided during pregnancy and while breastfeeding. Basil oil is best avoided by babies and young children. Do not apply Rosemary oil on or near the face of infants or young children. Rosemary oil is best avoided during pregancy. Do not apply peppermint oil on or near the face of infants and children. Peppermint oil is best avoided during pregancy and while breastfeeding.

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Diffuse these oils whenever you need a bit more mental energy to help get you focused. I use it instead of coffee - it has the same kind of pick me up effect but instead of giving me the jitters like coffee does if I have too much of it, it just helps me get focused and productive.

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Jessica

This helps motivate me to study and helps me concentrate for longer.

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