Kristin Mercer fell in love with Young Living Essential Oils when she saw how much they helped her and her littles find victories in longtime health struggles.
Now, she is now passionate about helping others take steps in their own journeys to wellness.
Kristin Mercer is actively involved as a tutor in their homeschool co-op, keeps busy with her Young Living business, and volunteers at the coffee bar at her church.
We’re the gatekeepers of our home. Protecting what comes into our home, whether videos, internet access, food, or products that we allow into our home, is our choice.Kristin Mercer, Homeschool Mama of three & Wellness Advocate
Kristin Mercer’s advice for including essential oils in your homeschool:
- Choose how you encourage wellness in your homeschool family.
- Work on swapping one healthy choice at a time.
- Use a quality diffuser that doesn’t leach unhealthy plastic chemicals.
- Topical essential oils can be used for immune support, breathing support, and emotional support.
- Use peppermint for the beginning of your homeschool days to energize and remind the kids that studies are about to begin!
- Use lavender to calm them before they sleep by rolling it on the bottom of the big toe and the spine.
- The benefits of lavender, peppermint, and oil of oregano.
So, check out these resources if you’re looking to learn more about Essential Oils:
- Kristin’s website: www.mercentials.com
- Essential Oils Desk Reference by Life Science Publishing
- Gentle Baby Book by Debra Raybern
- Releasing Emotional Patterns with Essential Oils by Carolyn L. Mein
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