Lavender Bulgaria Essential Oil

Lavender Bulgaria Essential Oil


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Humans have been using lavender as a culinary, cosmetic,
aromatherapeutic, and hygienic herb for thousands of
years.Women throughout the Mediterranean—where lavender
grows natively—used it in hair oils, perfumes, and makeup.
As it turns out, lavender is much more than just a nice smell. It is a
valuable herb that you can use to enhance your health, sleep,
cooking, baths, and overall quality of life by incorporating it into
your daily routines and regimens.
Here are a few ideas to get you started:
1. Breathe in the aroma.
Crush fresh lavender between your fingers and take a big whiff, or
rub lavender oil on your temples for a soothing dose of
aromatherapy stress relief.


2. Make perfume.
Lavender oil makes a nice, chemical-free alternative to perfumes and colognes,
especially combined with a more woody scent like sandalwood. Dab a little on
Diffusionada’s bespoke aromatherapy jewelry to smell clean and light.
3. Take a Roman lavender bath.
The Romans would add fresh lavender to their public baths. Adding either oil or fresh
lavender buds to a hot bath will make an already-relaxing bath even more relaxing via
two routes—topical absorption and aromatic absorption.
4. Use lavender at bedtime to sleep more deeply.
Tie up fresh flowers and tuck them inside your pillow case, or diffuse the oil beside your bed when you sleep.


5. Use topical lavender to soothe skin.
Is your skin burned, chafed, or irritated? Add a drop of lavender oil to your moisturizer
or a spray water bottle and apply to your skin generously. You can also steep fresh
lavender in a carrier oil, and then apply to irritated, burned, or chafed skin.
7. Make sweet, fresh-scented laundry.
Instead of using chemical-laden dryer sheets, add a couple of drops of oil to a spray
water bottle and spray a handkerchief or cloth and add them to the dryer cycle when
you do laundry.
8. Apply lavender to cuts and scrapes.
Lavender oil applied to wounds can actually improve and speed up wound healing. Adda few drops to carrier oil (coconut, olive, avocado) and apply it to wounds when they occur.

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