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Uses and Benefits of Lavender Essential Oil

Uses and Benefits of Lavender Essential Oil

I am happy to share with you the uses and benefits of Lavender Essential Oil.  Lavender is one of my personal favorite essential oils.  I use it every night before I go to bed.  One drop on the sole of my foot helps me relax and drift off to sleep.  I also use it on my son and my dog.  Yes, my dog uses essential oils!

It is safe to use with children too!  You should use it on the sole of their feet or back of their neck (so that they can’t get it in their eyes) and you can use a Fractionated Coconut Oil as a carrier oil to apply too if they are under 6 years old.  Lavender Oil is widely used and accepted for its calming and relaxing qualities. For topical, aromatic, or dietary use.

Uses and Benefits of Lavender Essential Oil

Common Uses of Lavender Essential Oil:

  • Minor Burns
  • Calm and Remove Stress
  • Cuts and Wounds
  • Earache
  • Insomnia
  • Stress

How To Use Lavender Essential Oil:

  • Diffuse in a room to reduce stress
  • Apply topically to soothe irritated skin and lips
  • Massage on back or bottom of feet to help sleep better
  • Apply topically for bee stings or bug bites
  • Use in bath for relaxation
  • Use to ease motion sickness or stomach upset
  • Use to calm and soothe diaper rash
  • Calm sensitive skin and soothe pores after hair removal
  • Use with peppermint for a healthy scalp massage
  • Add to lotion for massage

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Disclosure: We are NOT providing medical advice. Always consult your physician for medical treatment.  The advice shared in this page has not been evaluated by the FDA. The products and methods recommended are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any illness or disease, nor is it intended to replace proper medical help.

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