A Remedy For Bedtime Fears in Toddlers (witch spray!)

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So my daughter recently developed a fear of Witches, just another one to add to the list of bedtime fears. Why not? I remember being intensely afraid of the Witch of the West when I was a kid! Every night at bedtime it's a battle though. So, I came up with an idea: “Anti-Witch spray“.

Witch Spray

What you need:

Directions:

  • Add water and a 20-30 drops of lavender essential oil to a spray bottle
  • Spray wherever the witches might be right before bed time
  • Use liberally as lavender promotes relaxation
  • We use it every night before bed and when she has the occasional nightmare
  • Works every time! Smells great too!!!
  • You can also make this to scare off monsters, ghosts, crocodiles, sharks, Swiper (the sneaky fox), or whatever the current fear is…

How to Get Started with Essential Oils

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