As mamas we appreciate relying on a Full Moon Challenge to give the critters an extra push, which results in a nice immune system boost. But what about our kids?
But, how do we know if our children are dealing with parasites and might benefit from a Full Moon Challenge? We tend to notice both the emotional and physical symptoms they give off, though consider you may also be missing something. We KNOW our small people, and because we KNOW them so well, we sometimes can’t “see” some of the other things a practitioner might notice. That can be hard to accept as a mom, though your willingness to acknowledge that we can’t see everything going on with our children is a great place to start. And, by no means am I discounting that strong intuition we have in regards to the health of our children. There is much that we KNOW that a practitioner may never pick up on. The fact is, we don’t live with your people, YOU do.
This is where taking our in-depth assessment could be helpful in pointing out what you might be dealing with. This process is a HUGE opportunity to learn more about your child’s health. I almost guarantee you’ve never been asked this many questions or about these topics.
If you’d like to take an assessment and have a practitioner walk through the results with you (at no cost), go ahead and schedule a discovery call. It’s often an empowering experience to see what their body is communicating in terms of its symptom picture. If you decide to do that, let us know if your child is under the age of 5, so we can direct you on how to handle the assessment form for them.
What Parents Notice Around the Full Moon
What many parents begin to see around the full moon may include:
- Itchy skin
- Itchy bums
- Picking at their skin
- Writhing with tummy aches
- Sore throats
- Bed wetting
- Teeth grinding
- Restless sleep
- Sensitivity to everything and anything they eat
- Intolerance to their environment or people in it
- Behavior may be off with whining, tantrums, fussing
- Increase in skin issues such as rashing, hiving, or eczema
How to Do a Full Moon Challenge for Kids
A Full Moon Challenge for children is best utilized when their body is already familiar with some detoxification, where there is space at home for them to release and be supported, and with supervision of a practitioner. This is a slow and low process and best done after a child has been on a nutrition or detox program for 60 – 90 days and has open drainage pathways. If your family is at this place, the Full Moon Survival Guide is the perfect companion for you. It’s filled with tips to increase drainage, manage emotional health, and encourage those bugs to move out!
The Full Moon Challenge through Cellcore that you may be familiar with is in capsule form and is set up for a 3, 5, or 7 day boost around the full moon. Depending upon the age of your child and whether they can swallow capsules successfully and without any additional stress to your life, you could take that on if it felt appropriate to you. If you have questions or concerns about whether a Full Moon Challenge is appropriate for your child, don’t hesitate to reach out to our team.
For those whom swallowing capsules is a concern or a struggle, we can work with you to create a Full Moon Challenge that’s doable for your children. We have lots of experience walking young people through this work and look forward to increased health and vitality for your family.