Benefits of Using Lavender Oil
Lavender is one of the most versatile essential oils which is used in aromatherapy. Treating sicknesses, skin care, calming the nerves, relaxing the muscles, anti-inflammatory treatment, treating digestive system problems are some of the many uses of lavender oil.
A lot of problems we experience with our skin can be cured with lavender oil. Here are the ways lavender oil can be used for our skin problems: healing, promote tissue growth, antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, soothing, and can also regulate the sebum or the waxy substance secreted from the skin. Acne, stretch marks, blotches, scars, wounds and burns, pressure sores, ulcers, eczema, psoriasis, itching, insect bites, dandruff, allergies, and the eradication of lice can all be treated with lavender essential oils. To treat these common skin problems, you only need to apply two to three drops of oil directly on the affected area.
Lavender oils are also helpful in fighting stress. Using lavender oils is the best way to calm you down if you are anxious or nervous. Because of the natural sedative properties of lavender oil, it is very helpful for people who are suffering from insomnia. Those who suffer from excessive irritability will be soothed with lavender oil and those who suffer from migraine will be relieved with lavender oil because it reduces blood pressure. It can help you get away from your depression.
Here are some of the ways to dispense lavender oil.
A diffuser can help disperse lavender oil into the atmosphere. The floral scent of lavender oil mixed with air will make the room smelling fresh and gives the people in the room a great feeling; it can also take away the smell of tobacco smoke.
Massage will feel great if you use 1 part lavender oil to 10 parts of vegetable oil in the areas you are going to massage. You then apply it to the solar plexus, foot arches or along the spine.
For an aromatic bath, you simply mix ten drops of lavender oil with a foam bath, bath salts or simply to a spoonful of milk, then dilute in hot water.
Digestion difficulties, flatulence, nausea, and digestive spasms can be treated with lavender oil. Increase in gastric juice in the stomach, as a spasmodic, and improvement in intestinal mobility are some other ways that lavender oil can be beneficial to the digestive system. Another use of lavender oil is the elimination of intestinal parasites. The mixture to swallow is made up of 2 drops of oil mixed with a spoonful of vegetable oil, honey, or half a spoonful of sugar, three times a day.
Relaxing muscles, preventing inflammation and soothing pain are other uses of lavender oil. Cramps and rheumatism can also be relieved with this oil. You simply need to massage the lavender oil in the affected area. The lavender oil should be slightly diluted with the mixture of 2 to 4 drops essential oil to a spoonful of vegetable oil.