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How to Use Essential Oils Babies According to the most highly accredited global essential oil sources, the NAHA (National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy), and the IFPA (International Federation of Professional Aromatherapists), the following essential oils, when diluted, are commonly used in practice and considered safe to use on babies (do not use essential oils that are not listed below): Newborns 2-6 Months 7-12 Months 2-5 Years 6-9 Years 10+ Years Chamomile, German Chamomile, Roman Lavender Mandarin, Red Dill Seed Geranium Rose Neroli (and all previous oils) Cardamom Myrtle Palmarosa Petitgrain Tangerine (and all previous oils) Blue Yarrow Coriander Cucumber Seed Eucalyptus citriodora Ginger Root Grapefruit Lemon Ravinsara Tea Tree (and all previous oils) Bergamot Carrot Seed Eucalyptus radiata Eucalyptus globulus Frankincense Helichrysum Marjoram, Sweet Myrrh Orange, Blood Orange, Sweet Peppermint Pine Spikenard Tea Tree (and all previous oils) Cypress Elemi Melissa Ylang Ylang (and all previous oils) Child’s Age Amount of Carrier Oil Amount of Essential Oil Disclaimer Newborn 2 TBSP (1 oz) 1 Drop 2-6 months old 2 TBSP (1 oz) 1 Drop 7-12 Months Old 2 TBSP (1 oz) 1-2 Drops 2-5 Years Old 2 TBSP (1 oz) 1-5 Drops 6-9 Years Old 2 TBSP (1 oz) 1-6 Drops Consult your pediatrician prior to starting any diet, exercise or essential oil program with your child. Products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease. 10 Years Old + Most oils can be used at the adult dosage, yet consult your physician and aromatherapist prior to use. Source: IFPA (International Federation of Professional Aromatherapists 59