Lavender Essential Oil
Lavender vibrates at a frequency of 118 MHz.
“The air was fragrant with a thousand trodden aromatic herbs, with fields of lavender, and with the brightest roses blushing in tufts all over the meadows.” (William Cullen Bryant (November 03, 1794 – June 12, 1878)
Lavender is one of the most used healing oils. English or “true lavender” has the most medicinal properties among the various varieties.
- Soothe minor burns by applying 2–3 drops of lavender essential oil to the affected area.
- Rub lavender essential oil on dry or chapped skin to moisturize the affected area.
- Add a few drops of lavender essential oil to a cotton ball and place it in closets and drawers to scent linens and repel moths and insects.
- You may be able to minimize the appearance of scar tissue by massaging lavender essential oil on or around affected areas.
- Place a few drops of lavender essential oil on a wet cloth or dryer sheet to deodorize and freshen your laundry.
- Diffuse lavender essential oil to minimize seasonal discomforts.
- Rub a few drops of lavender essential oil onto your hand and spread over your child’s pillow to help them sleep.
- Diffuse lavender essential oil to set the mood for a baby shower or social gathering.
- Diffuse or inhale lavender essential oil to calm your mind, body, and spirit after a hard day’s work.
- Lavender has been used to help with muscle stiffness and aching.
- Lavender has been called a universal healing oil; it brings a sense of equilibrium.
- It can ease nervous tension and decrease feelings of panic and hysteria.
- It can calm strong emotions that threaten to overwhelm a person. As an anointing oil it can be applied to the brow, hands, feet and energy centers.
- Lavender is non-toxic, non-irritating and non-sensitizing.
(Credit: Young Living Essential Oils and Linda Smith)