Lavender is one of the most versatile essential oils. It has many different uses ranging from muscle pain relief to repelling bugs. Below we will show you some of the many ways you can use lavender essential oil. There are so many different uses we won’t be able to cover them all, but if there is something we missed that you want people to know about please leave a comment with your idea!
The first idea for lavender essential oil is to be used help you recover from an injury. You can apply it to soothe cuts and burns, to help bruises heal more quickly, to calm pain, and to prevent scaring. If you massage it in with carrier oil, it can help to relax muscle pain and spasms, and has been known to even help with arthritis.
If you are looking for some mental relaxation, lavender essential oil can help with that too. Applying it to your temples when you have a headache or even a migraine can bring relief. You can also relax by putting some in your bath or by placing a bit in a candle or aromatherapy diffuser. Furthermore, lavender oil can help you sleep if you put a bit under your nose or spray your sheets with a lavender hydrosol.
And if all those uses for lavender essential oil aren’t enough, it can also be used on bug bites and even as a mosquito repellent! Not a bad resume for just one of the many essential oils.
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