Target: Central Nervous System, Muscular skeletal system, Respiratory system
The Power of Lavender Essential oil:
- Respiratory tract infections
- Wound care
- Muscle pain and aches,
- Muscle stiffness & mild cramping
It works incredible well blended with infused oils such as caledula,echinacea, st johns wort, plantain and more.
Salves:It is excellent for use in many types of Salves due to it beneficial properties for skincare.
Using Lavender as a Herb, Infused Oil, Essential oil are different due to its strengths to extract vital healing enzymes.
Tonics:Herbal flowers can be used in, infused oils, tonics, teas, concoctions, tinctures, salves poultices, and herbal extracts
Using Lavender herb in Infused oils are used for salve making oil wraps, and for bring out aches and pains of sore ore injured muscles, cramps and or tendon knots.
and this oil works extremely well when infused in jojoba oil with calendula flowers for veracious veins.
Using this herb to infuse raw domestic wildflower honey works incredible for insomnia and burns and bruises,especially sunburn. a 1/2 teaspoon of this infused honey in a glass of warm milk will also help those hyper children of your sleep and with a healthy realm sleep.
Tinctures:This herb used as a alcohol tincture can be used to treat acne very effectively (externally speaking) it can be also used for cold and flus’ due to its anti-bacterial, antiseptic and antimicrobial properties. Also when infused in food grade glycerine can be used to aid in burn and wound healing and is safe for diabetic and children over the age of 5 years.
- 2 ounces of Jojoba oil
- 1 ounce of grape seed oil
- 8 drops of lavender
- 3 drops of tea tree essential oil
- Blend essential oils together
- Add jojoba oil
- Add grape seed oil
- Percuse bottom of jar at least 25 times against palm to disperse and oils throughout each other.
- Let sit at least 24 hrs to propagate.