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Botanical Family: Lamiaceae or Labiatae (mint)
Historical Data: The French scientist René Gattefossé was the first to discover lavender's ability to promote tissue regeneration and speed wound healing when he severely burned his arm in a laboratory accident. Lavender is the most versatile of all essential oils. Therapeutic-grade A, lavender has been highly regarded for the skin. Lavender has been clinically evaluated for its relaxing effects. It may be used to cleanse cuts, bruises and skin irritations. The fragrance is calming, relaxing and balancing – physically and emotionally. It is know to improve concentration and mental acuity, increased beta waves in the brain, suggesting heightened relaxation. It also reduced depression & improved cognitive performance reduced mental stress and increased alertness.
Medical Properties: Antiseptic, antifungal, analgesic, antitumoral, anticonvulsant, vasodilating, relaxant, anti-inflammatory, reduces blood fat/cholesterol, combats excess sebum on skin.
USES: Respiratory infections, high blood pressure, arteriosclerosis, menstrual problems/PMS, skin conditions (perinial repair, acne, eczema, psoriasis, scarring stretch marks), burns, hair loss, insomnia, nervous tension,
Fragrant Influence: Calming, relaxing, and balancing, both physically and emotionally.
(1) Apply 2-4 drops on location, (2) chakras/vitaflex points, (3) directly inhale, (4) diffuse, or (5) take as dietary supplement (see App. E and T).
1. Rubbing Lavender oil on the feet causes a calming effect on the body.
2. Rubbing a drop of Lavender oil on your palms and smoothed on your pillow may help you sleep.
3. Putting a drop of Lavender oil on a bee sting or insect bite soothes itching, stinging and discomfort.
4. Putting 2-3 drops of Lavender oil will soothe a minor burn.
5. Dropping Lavender oil on a cut will help clean the wound, sanitize and soothe it. Also brings relief to dry, chapped or sunburned lips and skin. Spritzing several drops of Lavender oil mixed with distilled water on a sunburn may help soothe it.
6. Help in alleviating the symptoms of motion sickness is to place a drop of oil on the end of the tongue or around the naval or behind the ears.
7. Rub a drop of oil over the bridge of the nose helps to unblock tear ducts.
8. Adding a couple drops of oil to Lemon aid is very tasty.
9. Applying 2-3 drops of oil to a rash/eczema may help & soothe the skin.
10. Reducing and/or minimizing the appearance of scar tissue may be to try massaging LO on the area.
11. Rub 3 drops of oil over the armpit area may help act as a deodorant.
12. Rubbing a drop of Lavender oil between your palms and inhaling deeply may help in alleviating the discomfort of air borne pollen and/or dust.
13. Rubbing several drops of oil into the scalp may help with flaking.
14. Placing a few drops of Lavender oil on a cotton ball and placing in your linen closet to scent the linens and may help repel moths and insects.
15. Placing a few drops of Lavender oil on a wet cloth and throwing into the dryer, may help to deodorize and freshen your laundry.
16. Diffusing Lavender oil may support the body’s natural defenses against air borne sensitivities to the skin and immune system.
17. Diffusing lavender 20 percent fewer errors When aromas were diffused during test taking, scores increased by as much as 50 percent.
It is not the intention of Living Balanced to provide specific medical advice, but rather to share research and experience. Living Balanced hopes that one may better understand their health and or their diagnosed disorders. Living Balanced encourages you to make your own health care decisions based upon your research and in partnership with a qualified health care professional.