Lavender Eseential Oil - Benefits and Uses
Relax with Lavender Eseential Oil
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History and Health Benefits
- Lavender essential oil is the oil you should have at home at all times. Lavender is remarkably beautiful with its rich tufts of delicate, purple flowers, but the many benefits and healing powers can be found in lavender essential oil. With its relaxing properties, it relieves stress and provides healthy sleep; used for burns, cuts, insect bites; has antioxidant properties. Chinese scientists have observed that lavender oil regulates the levels of the 3 main antioxidants in the body and protects brain cells from damage.
History and Interesting Facts:
- Lavender was used for religious and medical purposes before 2500 years. The ancient Romans, Greeks, Egyptians and Indians used the herb because of its healing, therapeutic and even culinary properties. When King Tut's tomb was discovered in the early 1920s, archaeologists discovered lavender inside, which even retains some of its aroma throughout these centuries. You will also find references to lavender in medical textbooks and the Bible. In Latin, "lavare" means "to wash." Indeed, in the past, when there were fewer baths, all of the ancient Romans and English queens used lavender to refresh their clothes, bedding and bodies. An interesting fact is that in 1910. French chemist Rene Maurice Gatefos discovered the beneficial properties of lavender in burns. In case of an accident, he burned his hand, but since he often used pure undiluted lavender oil in his work, he noticed that the wound healed completely without leaving any scars.
- Lavender oil contains linalool, alpha-terpineol, beta-ocimene and linalilacetate. It has antiseptic, analgesic, antispastic, bactericidal and sedative properties. Most people have a good tolerance for oil.
10 Benefits and Uses of Lavender Essential Oil
Study them and you will see for yourself that you will find a way to use lavender essential oil in your daily life.
- 1. Helps you Relax
- 2. Scin Care
- 3. Relieves Pain
- 4. Help with Burns
- 5. Against Mosquitoes and Insects
- 6. Cleans naturally
- 7. For Flu and Colds
- 8. For Headaches and Migraines
- 9. For Hair Growth
- 10. For PMS
Helps you RelaxL avender essential oil has a positive effect on the nervous system and calms your body and mind. Several studies have shown that lavender can be useful in mild sleep disorders, to treat insomnia and help with anxiety. Lavender essential oil is popular for anxiety, insomnia, anxiety and depression. All in all, it just creates a calming environment for you! How to use: ◥ Add lavender to your diffuser before bed; ◥ Put a few drops on a tissue and inhale; ◥ Rub in the palms of your hands and inhale; ◥ Add a few drops (2-4) to an unscented base body oil and apply on your feet before bed; ◥ Inhale directly from the bottle; ◥ Add a few drops in a spray bottle, mix with distilled water and spray around the room.
Scin CareL avender oil has antiseptic properties that can maintain healthier skin. Lavender is a popular ingredient in skin care products and spa products such as bath salts or bath oils. If you like hot baths with bubbles, you will like a bath with lavender, because in addition to relaxing you, it will also have a good effect on your skin. Lavender oil is recommended by dermatologists as one of the most useful essential oils for treating acne. Its antibacterial properties help reduce scarring as well as regulate your hormones. How to use: ◥ Dilute a few drops (2-4) of lavender with base oil of your choice and apply it on the selected area of skin. It is especially useful to apply if you have dry skin. ◥ Mix 6 drops of pure lavender oil with 2 tbsp. coconut oil, add to your bath and enjoy! The idea for lavender baths originated in Persia, Greece and Rome.
Relieves Pain in Joints and MusclesA s a soothing and relaxing herb, lavender is great for muscle aches or joint pain. Massaged into your skin, lavender oil can relieve muscle and joint pain and generally remove stress from your body. How to use: ◥ Mix a few drops (2-4) of lavender oil with a base oil of your choice and massage it on the affected area. ◥ Soak a towel in a bowl of hot water soaked in a little lavender oil. Use it as a compress to treat muscle injuries or sprains.
Help wit Sunburns, Burns, Injuries, Disinfectes CutsL avender oil can be quite effective for mild skin irritations such as burns and wounds. Its anti-inflammatory properties disinfect and protect against bacteria, and the wound will heal much faster. Try it next time when your kids scratch your knee or elbow while playing outside! How to use: ◥ Mix a few drops of lavender oil in the palms of your hands with a few drops of base oil to dilute and apply to the bruised, cut or wound; ◥ In a large bowl, mix 3 cups of water and 5-10 drops of lavender oil. Dip a towel into the bowl until it is soaked in the mixture, then drain off the excess water. Put the towel in the freezer and use it when you need immediate relief after a hard workout or a long day in the sun.
Against Mosquitoes, Insects, Molts and as a Repellent / InsecticideL avender has healing antibacterial properties. This means that lavender essential oil can be used for infection or irritation, including insect stings. During the summer season, lavender oil will help you fight insects. Just a drop can reduce the itching and swelling of bee stings and insect bites. How to use: ◥ Mix 2-3 drops of lavender oil with 1 teaspoon of coconut oil and apply 2 times a day on the infection or irritated skin to soothe the area. ◥ Add a few drops to a battery diffuser and place in the yard as a mosquito repellent. ◥ Mix in a spray bottle 350 ml. water with 5-6 drops of lavender oil and spray your skin or clothes against mosquitoes. ◥ In pets to repel fleas and parasites: the leash is dipped in a solution of 1 tsp alcohol and 6 drops of lavender oil.
Cleans naturallyW ith its antibacterial properties, lavender essential oil can be added to a universal cleansing spray or to the potpourri bowl in your bathroom. Many recipes for homemade soaps and cosmetics include lavender essential oil in their composition.
For Flu and ColdsL avender oil can help soothe the symptoms of the common cold and flu, cough or runny nose. How to use: ◥ Apply lavender oil mixed with a little coconut oil on the neck, chest or back. ◥ Add to the inhaler and make inhalations. ◥ Add it to your diffuser with essential oils to disperse through the air in your room.
For Headaches and MigrainesH ow to use: ◥ Apply a mixture of lavender and peppermint oil on the wrists, temples and back of the neck..
For Hair GrowthL avender oil is used to treat hair loss in both men and women. The oil can help both hair growth and hair quality. In addition, lavender oil can be used to kill lice. When rubbed into your scalp, it can even help with dandruff problems. How to use: ◥ Add a drop of lavender essential oil to your shampoo ◥ Add lavender oil to a homemade hair mask
For PMSa lthough PMS is a common occurrence, it occurs differently in each lady. And there is no universal and effective remedy for everyone. Many women turn to alternative methods to take care of themselves in these moments, including aromatherapy. Lavender essential oil works wonders for relieving symptoms when you suffer from PMS.. How to use: ◥ Put lavender oil in your diffuser and run it for at least 3-4 hours. ◥ Put a few drops on the pulse points of your wrists or neck and surround yourself with the aroma.
Mixing Lavender with other Essential Oils
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Precautions when using Lavender Essential Oil
The stated actions, methods of application and dosages refer only to the products with the brand Amerov Oils™, for which we guarantee the purity, quality and origin of the oils.
Lavender essential oil is usually non-irritating and well tolerated by most people, including pregnant women and children. For safety, use mixed with base oil for topical application. ( Click here for dilution levels. ) Keep out of the reach of children. Consult a healthcare professional if you are breast-feeding, pregnant, or have a medical condition. If you use any type of sedative, the combination of lavender oil with these traditional treatments can increase drowsiness. Be sure to tell your doctor or pharmacist about any alternative practices you use. Providing accurate and complete information about everything you do to improve your health will help ensure safe and coordinated comprehensive care for you.
Frequently Aasked Questions
1Is this oil safe for internal use?
At Amerov Oils, we test all our oils with GC / MS and all the oils we supply are distilled from plants that are either certified organically, organically grown or in their natural state. All are grown without the use of chemical pesticides. With this in mind, we believe that our oils are nutritious, but we do not encourage internal use unless a person has undergone special training, because if not used properly, it can do more harm than good. That's why our labels say only for external use, because we want to ensure that our customers remain safe.
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