Lavandula angustifolia, better known as Lavender, is a perennial evergreen plant that has produced the most used essential oil in the world for over 2500 years. Thriving in oceanic climates with dry, rocky, sandy terrain, Lavender can be found in the Mediterranean region, Europe, Africa, the Canary Islands, the Middle East, and India.
The name Lavender is believed to be derived from the Latin word “lavare,” meaning “to wash,” as it was often used in baths and laundry for its fragrant properties. With a calming, physically and emotionally balancing fragrance, it has commonly been used for its relaxing effects on the body. According to ancient texts, its purposes range from medicinal to religious, having been used to clean cuts and to soothe bruises and skin irritations, as well as to scent the air for spiritual practices.
Other historical uses for this oil included mummification and perfumery for the Egyptians, while for the Romans it was used in baths and in cooking.
From ancient times itself, Lavender’s properties are incorporated into medicines for soothing bruises and skin irritations. In medicinal terms, the lavender essential oil relieves muscle spasms, disinfects, and calms inflamed skin. In case you ever find yourself staring at an itchy bug bite, you could use this oil to speed up the healing process and heal the irritated and scarred skin.
Please do not use the essential oil directly on the skin or hair without blending it well with a suitable carrier oil.
- Promotes hair growth and prevents baldness
It contains anti-microbial properties that don’t allow the formation of fungi or bacteria, hence keeping the attack of dandruff at bay. It soothes the scalp and keeps it healthy and nourished also prevents itchiness. Massage the oil onto the scalp.
Take two to three drops of lavender essential oil along with 1 tablespoon of carrier oil of your choice, like coconut, sweet almond oil, or sesame oil. You could slightly warm the oil before using it as well. Next, mix them both well. Apply them directly onto your scalp and massage it well.
The aroma and the massage of this oil would give you overall added benefits. Allow it to remain overnight and wash it the next morning.
Do you want to reduce the formation of acne? Then use this oil as a facial toner. Add two drops of the lavender oil and one teaspoon of coconut oil. Soak the mixture by placing a cotton ball and then gently rub it across your face
Diffusing the Lavender essential oil into the air and inhaling its divine aroma calms the mind immediately, allowing your body as well as mind to relax.
It can diminish emotional stress, anxiety, and even alleviate headaches. If you ever feel motion sickness, the fragrance of this oil could do wonders and give you relief throughout the travel
- Helps manage stress and deep sleep
When lavender oil is inhaled and scent receptors in the brain’s emotional powerhouse process the smell as calming, allowing the brain and body to relax. On a coton pad add 2-3 drops and inhale for fews minutes or add fews drop in your diffuser.
Lavender drops on their pillows … it’s like magic. It will help ease their mind, calm them down, make bedtime a bit more rewarding, and best of all … lull them into a restful sleep. (Always keep the bottle out of the reach of children).
By diffusing it on ceramic or cotton balls, add a few drops of lavender essential oil to freshen up your closet. Get rid of the bad smell of shoes for example!
It’s always nice to do a quick mattress cleaning when we change our sheets.Lavender will sanitize the mattress and leave a clean and fresh finish. In a bottle with a spray, (for 100ml) add water with 2 teaspoons of baking soda and 10 drops of Lavender essential oils. Shake the preparation well then spray on the mattress.
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