Essential Oils, Health

5 Main Uses for Lavender Essential Oils

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I am just slowly learning more and more about Essential Oils and I am starting to use them often. I had seen and heard of Essential Oils before but just didn’t get into them. They were pretty pricey for my budget. Then I came across Spark Naturals and I fell in Love. I didn’t have to sign my life away, get a team to follow me, or sell them in order to get more oils. Spark Naturals is a way I can get amazingly priced oils with no strings attached. I got the Essential 4 pack and it came with Lavender, Lemon, Melaleuca, and Peppermint. I loved the smell of Lavender so I use it the most right now. You can get it separately for only $6.99. These are my 5 main ways I use Lavender.

Calming:

Do you ever feel anxious or just need a way to relax? Try Rubbing a little Lavender on your feet to calm down. You can also rub a small amount on the back of your neck to help you relax also.

Bites and Stings: 

Put a drop of Lavender on a bee sting or insect bite  to help stop the itch and/or reduce swelling. The lavender especially helps on my three year old who has terrible mosquito bites that get very itchy.

Allergies:

Allergies killing you this time of year? Rub a drop of Lavender between your palms and inhale deeply to help with the symptoms of hay fever.

Dry Skin:

Apply 2-3 drops of Lavender oil to a dry spot, rash, cold sore, on your skin to stop the itching and pain and heal the skin.

Burns:

Put 2-3 drops of Lavender oil on a minor burn to decrease pain and help prevent scarring. It also helps it heal faster!

Don’t forget you can save 10 Percent at Spark Naturals on your order if you use the code: 6sisters!

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Comments

  1. Elena V says

    Thank you for the tips! I’m also trying to use oils more frequently. I keep a small bottle of the lemon oil at my work desk and add one drop to my water. I like the lemony flavor and it helps me to consume more water this way.

  2. Ashley says

    That’s a good price. I make my own clothing softener with essential oil and vinegar. It works well and is safe for my son’s cloth diapers.

  3. Beverly Taggart says

    I notice that this product is labeled “Essential Oil” rather than 100% or “pure” essential oil. Is this why the price is so low?

    • Kris says

      Hi Beverly!
      It actually is 100% pure essential oils. They aren’t a MRM company so their prices can be lowered. Thanks for your question!

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