What to do in an Inhalation Essential Oil Emergency
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Save this information in case you find yourself in a situation such as:

-you accidentally inhaled essential oil(s) not safe for you
-your kid accidentally inhaled essential oil(s) not safe for them
-you over-inhaled essential oil(s) even though they were not unsafe for you
-you thought you were diffusing carefully, but you reacted anyways
-a bottle fell and broke or spilled, causing a high concentration of essential oils to fill the room

and a number of other situations where essential oils are causing issues such as labored breathing, choking, nausea, headaches, etc.

You can find more info in our Learning Center. If not a member yet (free) just go to https://www.LeaJacobson.com/LCsignup then click the tab "Emergencies"

Hey, everyone! I'm Lea Jacobson, And if you use essential oils, you come to the right place. As a certified clinical aroma therapist with over a decade of experience. I'll be guiding you with practical information without learning complicated chemistry. This will ensure that you and your family stay safe while enjoying the benefits of essential oils.

Enjoy Season 4 of the podcast as we read through my latest book, Using Essential Oils Safely.

This is Lea Jacobson, empowering you to use essential oils safely. I hope you learned something new! Tell a friend about our podcast so they can learn, too. All episodes are available at LeaJacobson.com/podcast

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