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Clear Headed

Clear Headed

Clear Headed - Lavender, Peppermint, Wintergreen, Helichrysum, Clove Bud in jojoba oil


rub on temples as needed






  • Safety


    Winter Green oil is contraindicated for people who take anti-coagulant medications, have had a major surgery, have hemophilia or other bleeding disorders, for pregnant and breastfeeding moms, with children, and with people who have a sensitivity to methyl salicylate (usually ADD or ADHD). 

    Clove  - Avoid using clove with young children. Avoid using on any sensitive or damaged skin.

    Helichrysum - Non-toxic, non-irritating. Thought to be most useful at low doses. Avoid helichrysum on a deep wound until it has healed

    Oils containing methyl salicylate (birch, wintergreen) should be avoided with anticoagulant drugs (blood thinners) such as warfarin (Coumadin), aspirin or heparin. Methyl salicylate is known to inhibit blood coagulation and may potentiate the effects of the drugs, causing internal hemorrhage. Even small doses applied topically can cause problems and should be avoided by people with clotting disorders, peptic ulcer, or hemophilia, and before and after major surgery or childbirth.

    People who have aspirin sensitivity should not use oils containing methyl salicylate (birch, wintergreen). Methyl salicylate is converted into salicylic acid in the body. This is an example of an essential oil component being the same as the concentrated ingredient of the drug. Salicylate sensitivity applies to most children with ADD/ADHD.

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