There are a lot of different ways to use your Priime Calm oil! Here are a few ways you can provide your body with some quick relief:

Topical Use Calm may be applied directly to stress points such as temples, neck and wrists, or wherever the release of its precious oils encourage a sense of peace and wellbeing.

Diffusion Calm may be diffused throughout the house. Its clean, floral scent combats household odors, and promotes rest when diffused in sleeping areas.

Dryer– Place a few drops on a cloth and toss in the dryer to infuse clothing, sheets and towels with this reassuring fragrance.

Massage– Add a few drops of Calm to Priime Fractionated Coconut Oil for a soothing massage oil.

For children and sensitive skin– Mix one drop of Calm blend with five drops Priime Fractionated Coconut Oil, or according to essential oil instructions, prior to application on the skin.

Are there any precautions I should take when using Calm?

For topical or aromatic use.

For children, dilute one drop essential oil with four drops Priime Fractionated Coconut Oil prior to use.

Caution: NOT FOR INTERNAL USE, KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. Possible skin sensitivity. Avoid contact with eyes, inner ears, and sensitive areas.

Can an elderly person who has trouble sleeping use the Calm?

Calm is used often for those who have trouble sleeping. Simply follow the instructions on how to use to support a better night’s rest. The quick reference guide has several options.

Is the Calm oil safe to use for someone with dermatitis?

Calm can be supportive to those with skin conditions. Using it with the fractionated coconut oil can help application over a larger area. If skin irritation worsens, discontinue use.

Are Priime essential oil blends safe for use during pregnancy?

Pregnant or lactating women should always consult with their doctor or primary care adviser before using essential oils or essential oil blends. Experts recommend that all essential oils be avoided during the first trimester and only those approved by your primary health care adviser be used during the second and third trimesters.

Which essential oils are considered safe for use during the second and third trimesters?

Experts generally agree that the following essential oils—all of which are included in Priime essential oil blends—are safe for the later stages of pregnancy when the baby is more fully developed:

Roman Chamomile
Geranium Rose
Pink Grapefruit
Melissa Leaf
Damask Rose
Tea Tree

Should I use the essential oil blends at full strength?

All essential oils and oil blends should be diluted for use during pregnancy or lactation. It is advised to use 10 percent or less of Calm and Escape blends by mixing 1 part essential oil blend with 9 parts Fractionated Coconut Oil.

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