Calming Mist for your overactive child?

“You better behave or I’m getting the spray bottle!”

I have said this to my dogs before when they first met and were being snappy toward each other, now apparently you can spray your hyperactive kids with a magic elixir to calm them down according to Paper Crane Apothecary.

Now I do not have kids, but I was intrigued by this for my two high strung pups and frankly myself. I mean, if I can forgo the Xanax for spraying myself in the face with a calming mist, I am going to do it.

The product is called ‘Chill Child’ Kid Calming Mist from Paper Crane Apothecary.

For getting the kiddos to chill, this aromatherapy mist is incredible: in addition to uplifting rosewater, cleansing sea salt, and therapeutic-grade oils of lavender, jasmine, chamomile, and geranium, it also contains a blend of sonically tuned gem elixirs (amethyst, jade, selenite, and rose quartz) and tiny, Reiki-charged crystals. It also smells incredible—misted into the air, this magic elixir can instantly soothe virtually anyone’s energy. To use, shake gently, then spray into the air around your wild child’s aura to restore peace to the environment (avoid spraying near the eyes, and do not ingest or inhale).

For $27.00 you too can spray your overactive kids aura and chill those little f’ers out. I know when I worked in a daycare in my teens, I would have gone through gallons of this stuff. I’m curious if I can spray my doggos auras? First I’d have to find their auras. I just hope their auras are no where near their anal glands. Yikes.

You can also get ‘Clean Slate’ to remove smoke smells and negative energies.

‘Lucky Stars’ for bringing money into your life.

And my personal favorite; ‘Psychic Vampire Repellent’

To remove those draining negative soul suckers out of your life. Vanish from my world blood suckers!


[photos: WikiHow/Google Images/WWYD/Paper Crane apothecary]

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