All About Lavendar Oil Uses
Lavendar is one of the most well known essential oils. Practically, a large number of people know that lavender is great for burns, but only a handful of people understand that. There are over 30 different species of lavender and many of the lavendar essential oil are not made from lavendar.
They are made from lavenda. They are very cheap to produce, smell similar and contain only few healing properties of true lavendar. The best lavendar oil is made from Lavendula Augustifolia (True Lavendar Plant) that grows at an altitude of 5000 feet or higher.
Lavendar Oil is truly universal, a natural anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, anti-bacterial, hormone balancing, overall body tonic essential oil, muscle feeding, anti-fungal and histamine blocking.
Below are some of the Lavendar Oil Uses.
1. One of the uses of this oil is that it is very helpful in removing old scars and reduces assists and scarring. Simply apply the lavendar oil to the affected area several times a day to prevent scar from forming as it is antimicrobial and anti-fungal.
2. It is also helpful in burns. If the area that is burned is larger then you should add 5 to 10 drops of Lavendar oil to 1 ounce of purified water in a bottle shake well and spray the area.
3. It is used as an insect repellent and is great for stings and bites.
Lavendar oil calms the emotions, soothes the wound, reduces inflammation and has an antihistamine affect.
4. One of the Lavendar oil uses is that it is great for all skin issue. It helps in preventing scars, wrinkles and encourages skin cell.
5. Lavendar oil relaxes both the care-giver and patients and strengthens the immune system and it cleanses the air.
6. Assists in reducing pain that is associated with tension headaches or migraine. Lavendar oil should be applied to the back of the neck, tops of the ears to relax the muscles and thus reduces headache and emotions.