Introducing KidSafe Quiet Cough - Everyday Essentials

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Quiet Cough Essential oil bottle next to a tin jar and beeswax pearls

Introducing KidSafe Quiet Cough

Between poor air quality, seasonal pollen influxes, the sniffles, and other respiratory concerns, kiddos can be coughing for a lot of reasons. As parents, it’s painful to see and hear our children suffering from coughs and discomfort. Quiet Cough was carefully crafted with just that in mind: helping our kiddos, and the whole family, stay happy and healthy.

Mom rolling Quiet Cough pre-diluted roller onto the back of her daughter's neck

This blend has a sweet, citrus, and coniferous aroma that is comforting and soothing. Quiet Cough is made of Douglas Fir, Balm Mint Bush, Cypress, and Cardamom Essential Oils to encourage easier breathing while the soothing and uplifting scents of Spearmint, Bourbon Geranium, Lemon, Lavender, and Frankincense work in the background with their calming benefits. Diluted in a carrier and applied as a DIY vapor rub, this blend helps clear your little one’s airway.

If you’d also like to use aromatically, add 2-3 drops per 100 mL of water or use in a personal inhaler. For topical applications, dilute 2-4% in a carrier. 

Quiet Cough Essential Oil blend bottle next to beeswax pearls with written instructions for the Vapor Rub DIY

Vapor Rub DIY

What you’ll need:

What you’ll do:

Melt beeswax and carrier oil over a double boiler. Remove from heat, stir in Quiet Cough Essential Oil Blend. Pour into a 2-oz tin and allow it to harden. Rub onto your chest to help soothe coughs and ease breathing.

For a printable version, click here.

Quiet Cough Essential Oil in multiple sizes with paper décor in the background

Some Things to Know

  • Shelf life: 1-2 years
  • Kid Safe: Yes
  • Pregnancy Safe: Yes
  • Nursing Safe: Yes
  • Pup & Pony Safe: No
  • Ingredients: Lemon SD, Douglas Fir, Balm Mint Bush, Cypress, Lavender, Frankincense Carterii, Cardamom, Spearmint, Bourbon Geranium

For a printable version, click here

What are your favorite essential oils for easing coughs and sniffles? Tell us in the comments below!

125 thoughts on “Introducing KidSafe Quiet Cough”

  1. Anything I can do to naturally treat my family I will do. I am looking forward to trying this! Thank you for the recipe!

  2. I’m stocking up on supplies for cold/flu season and wish this wasn’t out of stock. Sniffle Stopper has been great for us with the runny nose/nasal congestion that comes with allergies. The Himalayan salt inhaler is being delivered today and I’m stoked.

  3. This blend sounds amazing, I would only think of using peppermint for a cough. I wish I had seen this when my kids were little, I used Vicks on them just like my mom used it on me.

  4. Allergies hit my little guy fast and hard this fall. The mask wearing isn’t helping. Looking forward to giving this blend and DIY a try.

  5. I’m so exited to try this! Vicks is not kid safe because of the eucalyptus, which I’m sensitive to anyway as an adult.

  6. This blend sounds absolutely amazing. Words can’t express how much I wish I’d had this back in February when my husband and I both got what is believed to have been COVID. We both had a terrible cough that we couldn’t shake. The sweet and soothing aroma of these oils would have been very comforting during a difficult recovery.

    Thanks for sharing these recipes. I look forward to sharing them with everyone who needs it. ♥

  7. I use Respirated Aid a lot throughout the winter months. If I have a could or feel one coming on, I steam inhale a mixture of 2 drops Rosemary, 1 drop Eucalyptus & 3 drops lemon.

  8. I am looking forward to adding Quiet Cough to my recipes for chest rubs and congestion! Excited to try this new blend! Thank you, again, PT!

  9. Sounds amazing, maybe not “just for kids”? 😉 I have grandkids, and I think their Mom’s would like this. Thank you!

  10. I love to use Eucalyptus when my chest feels tight. It’s great to do a use a few drops in hot water and do a DIY steamy breathing treatment.

  11. Wow! This looks like an amazing option to have in my home apothecary! and the recipe for the salve is something I’ll most likely make and keep in my nightstand. I have no children but hey, it’ll work for adults too!

  12. I’ve used eucalyptus in the past, which I really dislike aroma-wise, so I’ve begun using mint family oils to ease airways.

  13. This sounds like a great product. I will have to try it soon! I usually use Eucalyptus and Peppermint but like trying new blends.

  14. I love that there is the recipes for multiple uses for this product. (Vapor rub vs oil rub). Will need to try this!

  15. Instead of having to deal with a double burner, if you are using a tin container, you can place the bees wax in there, place the tin container on an electric candle warmer to melt the wax, then mix the ingredients.
    Of course the beeswax doesn’t smell yummy, but the process is so easy!!!!!
    I can’t wait to make this rub for neeces and nephrites! ♥️

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