10 Amazing Uses for Lavender Essential Oil

I hope y’all have had a great week! Mine has been full of painting, rug shopping, mommy-ing and lots more. :) I’m so excited to tell you about one of my favorite essential oils – Lavender. Lavender is probably one of the most “popular” essential oils because of its calming, soothing aroma.

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You might be surprised when you smell therapeutic grade lavender essential oil because of it’s potency and plant-like scent. I have grown to love, love, love this essential oil.

Here are 10 Amazing Uses for Lavender Essential Oil…

1. Unwind by adding a few drops to a nighttime bath. I love mixing with 1-2 cups of epsom salt and then adding to bath water. Ahhhhh!

2. Inhale deeply to calm emotions.

3. Place a drop or two of lavender on a cotton ball and slip in pillow case for occasional sleeplessness.

4. Diffuse for a fresh, clean scent and to eliminate odors.

5. Apply lavender to support healthy skin.

6. Add 10-20 drops to an organic bath or shower gel, lotion or shampoo.

7. Apply 1-2 drops to the wrists or neck for a lovely, natural perfume.

8. Place a washcloth with a few drops of lavender essential oil on it into the dryer for sweet smelling laundry.

9. Make a wonderful linen spray to freshen sheets.

10. Keep lavender in your purse as it is so versatile and is frequently referred to as the “Swiss Army Knife” of essential oils. :)

Lavender essential oil is the most adulterated of all essential oils. It is very important to know your source for therapeutic grade essential oils. I have participated in Young Living’s incredible “Seed to Seal” process! It’s amazing!

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Click here for details on how to purchase therapeutic grade essential oils! They are amazing! You will also find other posts that I’ve written about essential oils.

xoxo

Myra

*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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