Lavender is a beautiful flowering plant it comes from the mint family and is easily identified by its sweet floral scent. It is believed to be native to the Mediterranean, the Middle East, and India, with a history dating as far back as 2,500 years. In ancient times, lavender was known and used as a holy herb. Additionally, Lavender was often used to freshen up and give a light scent to a variety of personal items, such as clothes and hair.
Lavender for First Aid
Lavender is a highly versatile ‘first aid’ oil. Perfect for healing, soothing, antiseptic and analgesic properties make it the first choice for minor burns and wounds, itchy bites and aggravated skin conditions including eczema, psoriasis and acne.
For general skincare Lavender is good for all skin types - we recommend to always dilute all essential oils in a carrier oil.
Lavender’s relaxing calming properties when applied externally may help ease digestive, menstrual or muscular spasms.
Fast-acting for headaches when rubbed onto the temples or used in a compress, and is really nice when you need to ease muscles and joints when added to a warm bath or body oil. It is also helpful as an inhalation to relieve respiratory congestion and tightness.
To ease your mind, Lavender calms nervous tension and acts as a gentle sedative to aid sleep and ease agitation and irritability. It's perfect for stress and tension headaches.
Lavender helps promote a calm and gentle atmosphere. Use to scent your bed linen or pillows to aid sleep. Lavender is also a great option for household antiseptic cleaning blends.
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