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1. Anti-Bacterial

A powerful anti-bacterial herb, lavender oil can be mixed with natural surfactants to create more efficient household cleaners.  Use a few drops of lavender oil to clean infected wounds, prevent infection, and promote faster healing.

2. Improve Complexion 

Due to its anti-bacterial properties, lavender oil is an effective treatment for acne that also helps to balance sebum production and improve complexion.  Add lavender oil to an all-natural cleanser or moisturizer to help clear up acne and reduce scarring.  A few drops of lavender oil added to a carrier oil can help alleviate the itching and dryness caused by eczema.  The same can be used to soothe minor rashes and other skin irritations such as those caused by excessive heat and humidity or environmental allergens.

3. Anti-Fungal Remedy

Rub a few drops of lavender oil on skin infected with ringworm.  Repeat once per day until the fungus has been eliminated.  Apply lavender oil daily on nails infected with fungus to moisturize and heal while the new healthy nail grows out.  Soak feet in lavender-infused water to ease irritation from and help heal fungal infections.

4. Insect Repellent 

Many flying insects dislike the smell of lavender, making it a safe alternative to other topical insect repellents.  Plant lavender around windows and doors to prevent bugs from entering your house.  Hang bags of dried lavender in closets or stow them in drawers to repel moths.  Rub on skin infected with burrowing mites (scabies) then follow up daily by treating skin with a mixture of lavender oil and rubbing alcohol.  Sprinkle lavender oil on a mattress to ward off insects in the bedroom.

5. Calm Nerves

Lavender oil or lavender-infused water can help to calm nerves and cure anxiety.  Rub or spray on temples, forehead, and back of jaw to relieve stress or use as a preventative before entering a stressful environment.

6. Clear the Mind

Fight off fatigue by adding a few drops of lavender oil to a warm foot soak.  Combine dried lavender with rosemary, clary sage, and fankincense in a small pouch to create an aromatherapy aid for mental clarity during a long flight or car ride.  Add lavender, peppermint, and basil oil to sea salt to create your own home-made smelling salts.

7. Alleviate Pain

Lavender oil can be used to soothe pain from minor burns, cuts, and bruises.  Rub a few drops of oil on and around wounded skin to promote circulation and healing.  Massage lavender oil into sore muscles to calm the pain and ease tension or add a few drops to an Epsom salt bath for a pain-relieving soak.  Massage lavender oil into the temples, behind the jaw, and on forehead to soothe a headache.  Gently rub lavender oil onto the abdomen then follow up with a hot compress to ward off menstrual cramps.  Apply lavender oil to insect bites or stings to alleviate pain and itching.

8. Promote Respiratory Health

Lavender oil added to boiling water may be steam-inhaled to open nasal passages and help clear up sinus infections.  Rub a few drops near nasal passages (avoid contact with eyes), around forehead and temples, and on the back of the neck for lasting relief from sinus pressure and inflammation.  Brew tea with dried lavender or use lavender-infused steam inhalation to help with coughing, sneezing, and throat irritation.

9. Improve Digestion

Drink lavender tea after a meal to relieve indigestion and reduce acid-reflux.  Alternately, try a drop of therapeutic-grade lavender oil (safe for ingestion) on the back of the tongue to soothe the stomach and improve digestion.

10. Sleep Aid

Lavender oil in the bedroom can help you sleep better.  Sprinkle on pillows or add lavender oil to a diffuser to beat insomnia.  Add a couple of drops of lavender to a baby’s evening bath to help with sleep.  Alternately, you can sprinkle a few drops onto a favorite stuffed animal or blanket for similar effect.  Blend dried lavender with your favorite tea to brew yourself a relaxing bedtime beverage.

Disclaimer:  All information and recipes presented are intended for informational purposes only. Not intended for the treatment or prevention of disease, nor as a substitute for medical treatment, nor as an alternative to medical advice. Use of recommendations is at the choice and risk of the reader. You should address any concerns with an appropriate licensed professional.