Some more uses of lavender oil below:
Place a drop on each temple and on your chest to impart a long-lasting aura of its calming scent.
Add a few drops onto your pillow to aid in inducing sound sleep.
Add a few drops of Lavender oil to a wet cloth and include it in the dryer to freshen your laundry.
Add a drop or two of Lavender Essential Oil to your iron to freshen clothing.
Add a drop or two of Lavender Oil to lemonades and teas
Apply Lavender Oil to commonly handled items in your home such as phones or remote controls to disinfect them
Apply topically to cuts, grazes, insect bites and stings, and to minor burns to promote rapid healing and to minimize inflammation and infection.
Add 3-4 drops to an aromatherapy burner for an aromatherapeutic effect.
Lavender Essential Oil may be inhaled as a decongestant or applied to the upper lip just under the nose to help ward against contracting bacteria that could lead to colds and flus.
Add a few drops of Lavender Essential Oil to your tissuesor handkerchief as a method of soothing a sore or lips and bring relief to cold and flu symptoms.
Also to treat cold and flu symptoms add 5 – 10 drops of Lavender Oil to a large bowl of steaming water. Lean over the bowl, place a towel over your head, and breathe in the lavender vapor. Keep your eyes closed and breathe deeply for a few minutes.
Massage into the undersides of feet to promote relaxation and into the scalp to condition scalp and hair.
Add 5 – 10 drops Lavender Oil to your bath water. Add the essential oil to a capful of milk or Epsom salts and then add to your bath. This will disperse the oils through out the bath water.
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