Lavender Essential Oil, 5ml - 100% Lavender Essential Oil
Antipyretic, analgesic, anxiolytic, antiseptic, tranquilizer, insect repellent, wound healing, anaplastic.
Ways of use
For insect bites: application of a drop of lavender essential oil on the sting (bee, mosquito, etc.) stops itching and reduces redness and swelling (It is one of the few essential oils that can be used insoluble on the skin). For cold, pour 2-3 drops of lavender essential oil into a bowl of hot water and inhale by placing a towel on your head, helping to decongest the nasal system, here it can be combined with Eucalyptus essential oil.
For headache and migraine, make compresses by adding 4 drops of lavender essential oil in a bowl of water. To treat anxiety, drop 5 drops of lavender essential oil into an essential oil burner. For massage Dissolve 4-7 drops of essential oil in 50ml of base oil of your choice (eg almond oil).
The use of lavender is generally considered safe. However, excessive consumption may lead to side effects, which include constipation and headache and local application, irritation and redness. It should not be taken in large quantities by asthmatics and allergic rhinitis. In high doses it has narcotic effects and causes colic and irritates
It is very likely that substances contained in lavender interact with medications taken to treat depression or sleep disorders. Therefore, it would be advisable to avoid combining these two. For pregnant and lactating women, let's say lavender is generally considered safe. However, its sedative properties may affect hormone levels.
Therefore, particular attention should be paid to its use, particularly during the third trimester of pregnancy. The doctor's advice is always considered necessary.
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