Lavender has been cherished for its unmistakable aroma and its therapeutic properties for thousands of years. Lavender is widely used and accepted for its calming and relaxing qualities.
Where Lavender comes from – Steam distilled from flowering top.
What Lavender contains – Analgesic, anticoagulant, anti-convulsant, antidepressant, antifungal, antihistamine, anti-infectious, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, antimutagenic, antiseptic, antispasmodic, antitoxic, antitumor, cardiotonic, regenerative, and sedative.
What Lavender is used for – Arthritis, anxiety, boils, asthma, bruises, bronchitis, cold sores, carbuncles, depression, convulsions, fainting, earaches, hay fever, gallstones, heart irregularity, headaches, hives, reduce high blood pressure, insect bits and stings, hysteria, influenza, infection, insect repellent, injuries, migraines, laryngitis, mouth abscess, nervous tension, reduce mucus, rheumatism, sprains, skin conditions, sunburns, sunstroke, throat infections, tuberculosis, tension, typhoid fever, wounds and whooping cough.
What Lavender does when diffused – Promotes Consciousness, health, love, peace, and a general sense of well being.
Lavender safety – Do not use as a dietary supplement for children under 6 years old.
How to apply Lavender –
- Topically – Can be applied with no dilution to reflex points and directly on area of concern.
- Aromatically – Diffuse lavender essential oil.
- Internally – Dilute one drop oil in 1 tsp. honey or 4 oz. of beverage.