Kids Spray Back to school
To ward off illness & for Immune Boost
All-natural & organic
2010 Alternative Medicine Review study that eucalyptol, one of the key compounds in eucalyptus oil, has an antimicrobial effect to ward off illness.
Use: Mist around the upper body or apply exposed skin as needed.
Kids Spray Back to school SPRAY Ingredients: Alcohol, Aqua, glycerin, Ethanol, Pure Essential oil: Lavendula angustifolia,
Diffuse Eucalyptus Radiata to promote a stimulating and rejuvenating environment. Due to its gentle aroma, Eucalyptus radiata is the preferred choice for children.
No nasties| No Cruelty| 100% natural
Try also Wolf Gardens kids rack to school immune boost Elderflower
Immune boosting & anti viral Syrup.
Ideal for Kids going back to school
Ingredients: Rosehip (vit. C), Sambucus nigra (anti viral), Tilia cordata (pain soothing), Cinnamomum Cassia Bark (antiseptic & anti viral), Melissa officinalis, Glycyrrhiza glabra (Liquorice), Sea buckthorn berries (vit. C), brown sugar (Molasses) (& Honey or Vegetable glycerin)
Glycerin comes from fats (either animal or vegetable) and is a by-product of soap manufacture. Glycerin tastes sweet but it is not metabolized as sugar in the body and doesn’t cause a rise in blood sugar. For that reason, it’s sometimes used as a sweetener in foods marketed to diabetics and low-carb dieters. Glycerin also has that moisture-attracting property. The same way that adding glycerin to a lotion helps keeps your skin stay plump and moist, adding glycerin to foods helps them stay moist. So glycerin is also widely used in food manufacturing as a preservative. It is not, however, calorie-free. In fact, glycerin contains slightly more calories than sugar—and it’s only about 60% as sweet.
Molasses is a byproduct of sugar production. It contains sugar but also beneficial nutrients, including iron. Blackstrap molasses is composed primarily of sugar. However, unlike refined sugar — which has no nutritional value — blackstrap molasses packs plenty of iron, calcium, magnesium, potassium, and phosphorus. In fact, ounce for ounce, blackstrap molasses contains more iron than eggs, more calcium than milk, and more potassium than any other food. In addition, it provides 18 amino acids.
Honey is naturally sweet thanks to the hard work of pollinating bees. The ancient secret of honey’s medicinal properties is now well known. Honey is not recommended for children under 2 years old. Honey gives long lasting energy.
Honey is primarily made of three types of sugar: sucrose, glucose, and fructose. Each of these sugars is used by our bodies differently—sucrose and glucose are digested quickly and cause a spike in blood sugar. Fructose in honey, however, remains in the system longer and gives your kids steady energy. This way, they’re alert but not bouncing off the walls like they are with other sugary snacks.
There aren’t many ingredients in a bottle of honey, but it's packed full of needed vitamins and minerals that will benefit your growing children.
Honey acts as a shield for the liver against certain diseases and damage