Use it to anoint your ritual tools and candles to help “wash” away negative energies of the object or person you wish to cleanse.In this way, it can also be used to help heal, functioning almost as a spiritual disinfectant to wash away the negative energies so that what remains can mend.
Also traditionally thought of as a romantic fragrance and flower, our lavender oil is also frequently used in spells and rituals of love, whether you’re seeking it for yourself or another.
Lavender oil has also been used in representing and drawing upon all of the astrological signs except for Scorpio and libra, and it has similarly been used to draw upon the elemental powers of earth or represent them in ritual as well.
The oil is also occasionally used in reverence and celebration of the holidays of Ostara and Litha, both as an anointing oil and within diffusers.
This is a 2 dram bottle of pure essential oil for aroma-therapeutic use, for external use only.
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1 – Use lavender oil to ease symptoms of eczema.
Massage a few drops of lavender oil onto dry, itchy skin.
2. Sore Muscles
Take a lavender bath with dead sea or epsom salts to ease sore muscles.
Lavender is one of the most effective ways to treat acne, because it inhibits the bacteria that cause the skin infection, and helps to re-balance the over-secretion of sebum, which the bacteria thrive on. Lavender essential oil also reduces scarring.
Add 5 drops of lavender oil to a hot foot bath and relax while your feet soak in it. The soles are the feet are very porous, so lavender reaches your bloodstream rapidly.
Add two drops of lavender oil and two drops of tea tree oil to a bowl of steaming water and inhale slowly and deeply, with a towel over your head.
To help you sleep better, put 3 or 4 drops of lavender oil on your pillow.
Lavender is a powerful anti-bacterial in dilutions of 5 percent. When combined with lemon balm, it has clinically tested anti-viral properties.
8. Menstrual Cramps
Massage a few drops of lavender essential oil into your lower abdomen or apply a hot compress onto the area, after sprinkling on a few drops of lavender oil.