Learning blend of essential oils is useful for school kids, college students, and those who would enjoy extra focus in the workplace. This is a blend to quiet your mental distractions and bring a clear sense of focus to your everyday tasks. I personally enjoy learning blends of essential oils when I’m needing to complete a big task or have a video call that I need to be sharp for. I am a work at home mom with young children. There are so many everyday distractions. An essential oil learning blend keeps me from being scattered during my work time. Focus is productivity!
Essential Oils For Focus & Learning
To create your own learning blend, just take into account the properties of each oil and the desired effect. You could think about oils such as Rosemary for memory, Peppermint for alertness, and so on. Customize and tailor it to your individual needs.
General Brain Health
The following oils and doTERRA blends are fantastic for overall brain health. I would add at least one of these into each learning blend that you create.
- DDR Prime (Cellular Blend) by doTERRA
- In Tune (Focus Blend) by doTERRA
The following essential oils promote feelings of positivity. A healthy mood contributes to learning well. This may be useful when helping reluctant children find excitement in learning.
The following oils promote feelings of alertness, focus, and concentration.
Calming & Soothing
Essential oils which are calming or soothing may be a great choice to add into your personal blend. Everyone’s individual body chemistry is different. Some of these calming and soothing oils include
- Wild Orange
- doTERRA InTune blend
- Roman Chamomile
- doTERRA Balance blend
Healthy Memory & Learning
- DDR Prime
Learning Blend For The Diffuser
First, let’s look at using doTERRA essential oils to help with developing a healthy learning environment. Maybe it’s hard to get quiet when there are so many other things going on. Or your energetic little one would just rather be outside! Maybe you are a teacher or homeschool your children. If so, diffusing a blend in the classroom is an excellent choice! My own diffuser runs all the time. I diffuse blends for targeted areas that I am working on, including brain health.
TIP: My own diffuser runs all the time. I diffuse blends for targeted areas that I am working on, including brain health.
This Learning Blend of essential oils is a positive and fragrant solution to a common problem. Keep yourself or others on task, focused, and ready to learn. Great for teachers, students, and more. I’m sure you will enjoy the aroma as well as the benefits of this blend. Fill your diffuser, inhale the blissful aroma, and let’s begin learning!
Essential Oil Learning Blend
- 2 drops of Rosemary
- 3 drops of Lemon
- 1 drop Peppermint
- 1 drop Frankincense
First, fill diffuser with water to fill line. Next, add drops of essential oil. Turn it on and diffuse it!
Why Rosemary, Lemon, Peppermint, & Frankincense?
Why did I choose these particular essential oils? Rosemary supports brain and mental health. It is thought to be a positive support for healthy memory. Lemon promotes a positive attitude. Peppermint promotes a sense of alertness and clarity. Frankincense is a grounding oil that brings a sense of quiet calm. Frankincense is also supportive of brain health. These oils will be of great benefit in any learning environment.
DIY Roller Bottle Blend For Focus
Next, I am going to share my own recipe. This is a roller bottle recipe. It’s a personal favorite DIY blend that I enjoy for focus and to feel awake. This focus roller bottle blend is fantastic while I’m on calls. This is a time when I need to be alert and take lots of notes! I also rub this focus & learning roller bottle blend on the back of my neck to be on the top of my game before teaching an essential oil class. I feel sharp and focused when I’m using this blend. It has never failed me! Here’s the secret sauce.
- A 10 ml roller bottle
- 20 drops InTune Essential Oil Blend
- 20 drops Peppermint
- Fractionated Coconut Oil
NOTE: When creating this blend for a child, you only want to use half the amount of essential oils. Children don’t need as much as adults since their bodies are much smaller.
In roller bottle, add the essential oil drops first. Fill the rest of the roller bottle up with the fractionated coconut oil. This will properly dilute the blend for you. Put your roller top back on, and viola! One DIY roller bottle blended for focus and learning all mixed and ready to go.
Why Use doTERRA InTune & Peppermint?
I use InTune in this blend because doTERRA has already done the work for us! They have specially formulated InTune for focus and concentration. It contains Amyris Bark, Patchouli Leaf, Frankincense Resin, Lime Peel, Ylang Ylang Flower, Hawaiian Sandalwood Wood, & Roman Chamomile Flower essential oils. These oils are fantastic for brain health and focus. In fact, another name for InTune is simply “Focus Blend”.
The addition of Peppermint further enhances the fantastic effects of InTune. I tend to get a little dozy and sleepy on calls! So the peppermint keeps me awake, as well as stimulating my brain to learn and be sharp. Plus it just smells good!
I hope you enjoyed learning about essential oils for brain health today. We learned about some great oils to try, a diffuser blend for learning and my personal DIY roller bottle blend for focus and concentration. I would love for you to join my free Facebook group, Exploring Essential Oils, to learn more about essential oils and doTERRA! This is a warm cozy place to chat, grab a virtual mug of tea, and learn. Looking forward to meeting you!
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
**Do NOT ingest non-doTERRA brand essential oils. Other brands do not have the same quality, sourcing, testing, purity, or safety as doTERRA oils. You can purchase doTERRA brand in my shop here.
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