Lavender Essential Oil
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Lovely lavender flowers! So many uses! Especially appreciated in the bedroom to help w/sleep!
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Lavender! Fresh, sweet smell! Who doesn't love lavender!
So many uses! allergies, asthma, bruises, burns, conjunctivitis, cystitis, depression, dermatitis, earache, eczema, flatulence, halitosis, headache, hypertension, indigestion, infection, inflammations, insect bites and stings, insomnia, leucorrhea, migraine, nausea, nervous tension, neuralgia, psoriasis, rheumatism, scars, sore muscles, sprains, stress, sunburn, ulcers, wound.
Using lavender oil during a migraine may help calm or conquer some symptoms more quickly (Sasannejad, et al., 2012). Breathe in the oil or apply a diluted solution to the temples. If insufficiently diluted, the oil could irritate the skin at the application site. Lavender oil can be toxic when taken orally at certain doses (NCCAM, 2012).
This is a wonderful oil for potpourri, candles, massage, soap, incense, soaps.I also pour some of this oil into a diffuser bottle for my diffuser sticks.
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For the most part unless mentioned otherwise, each tea bag will make 3 to 4 cups of tea; If loose herb tea,two ounces will make about 23 cups of tea . One ounce of just an herb is about a sandwich bag, and sometimes a little more. If it is a root herb such as burdock root it is heavier, thus an ounce would be about a quarter of a sandwich bag. Comfrey, plantain and nettle leaves would be in a quart size bag.