There are few scents in this world that evoke the feeling of clean - lavender is one of them. Its common and scientific name originates from lavare, the Latin word for wash or bathe. Lavender has been popular for centuries in Europe, not only due to its pleasant aroma, but it also possesses antiseptic qualities and can help keep insects away.
Added to your bath, the oil may help relieve aching muscles and alleviate stress. Dilute with carrier oil and massage on your skin as a relief for muscle or joint pain, as well as for skin conditions like burns, acne and wounds. A foot soak can make your whole being feel wonderful as well as assisting with sprains or tired aching feet.
This oil is also amazing at cleaning - mix with baking soda to make an all-natural antibacterial scrub for your bathroom and kitchen.
Diffuse to enhance calming and relaxation and may aid in alleviating insomnia, anxiety, depression, restlessness, dental anxiety and stress. Due to its wide variety of uses, lavender oil may help with nearly all kinds of ailments from pain to stress.
Blend with other insect repelling oils for the perfect all natural insect repellant.
For external use only. Keep out of reach of children.
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