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Lavender essential oil is a robust and potent miracle from nature
that's for the most part, kid-safe. To help you understand the
concentration of this powerful liquid, know it takes around fifty
pounds of lavender to make a tiny bottle of essential oil. This can
help you realize the healing compounds that you'll get in a bottle
of essential oils. Right, is a kid-safe formula.

Lavender use #12: Allergy relief.
A study confirms that inhalation of lavender essential oil
suppresses allergic
airway inflammation. If you want a natural
alternative to relief asthma, consider asking your physician about
lavender essential oil inhalation, which according to the abstract
published in the U.S.  National Library of Medicine National
Institutes of Health, suppresses allergic airway inflammation.

  • How to use lavender essential oils for allergy relief. Use a
    diffuser with water and add a few drops of lavender essential
    oil. Alternatively, you can simply rub a few drops of lavender
    essential oil in the palm of your hand, rub your hands
    together, and cup your hands over your nose to inhale.

Lavender Use #13: Anti-inflammatory (antioxidant).
Scientifically explored, the analgesic and anti-inflammatory
activities of [lavender essential oil] "demonstrates its important
therapeutic potential." The abstract, published by the U.S.
National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health, studied
Antioxidant, analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects of
lavender essential oil. The study concluded also that there were
no toxic effects of lavender.

Lavender Use #14: Lower blood pressure.
Because it has sedative qualities, lavender essential oil is also
effective at lowering blood pressure.

According to Dr. Josh Axe, Doctor of Functional Medicine, "
most effective essential oils for lowering blood pressure are
lavender, ylang ylang, clary sage and frankincense."

Best of all, lavender essential oil blends well with almost any
other essential oil. The lavender aroma becomes more flowery
when it evolves. Lavender blends well with
lemon essential oil
thyme essential oil.

Happy endings...
Go ahead and lavish in lavender if you're a prepper as it has many
uses in prepping. Lavender essential oils can help you reduce
worries and tension. It's a wonderful addition to meditation,
massage and bedtime routines and so much more. Make sure you
have plenty of lavender essential oil on hand.

Lavender essential oil is among the most versatile of aromatic
essences known to mankind. It's among the top prepper essential

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Lavender Essential Oil
The many uses of Lavender essential oil in prepping

Lavish in lavender if you're a prepper!
Lavender has a mesmerizing aroma for humans, but the same
fresh scent will make the bugs skedaddle and so much more.

Attracting humans and repelling bugs is just the start. Lavender
has infinite uses for preppers. Among the highlights of lavender
essential oil is that it can help heal wounds, kill staph infections,
and treat parasitic infections, burns, insect bites, and spasms.
Yes, lavender is scientifically proven to do all that and much more.

Below are some of the many ways to use lavender essential oils
in prepping...

How to prep with lavender essential oil...
Here's why you'll want to lavish in the healing powers of lavender
essential oils:

Lavender use #1: Sedative (anxiolytic).
The most widely known use of lavender essential oil is as a
sedative to reduce anxiety. Lavender is well known for its ability
to sedate, induce relaxation and promote sleep, but as an
anxiolytic, a natural drug used to reduce anxiety, lavender is also
effective. (You'll sleep better with lavender because lavender acts
as a sedative, but you also won't feel as tense ~ see #11 and
you'll find it will help you with insomnia.)

    several ways to use lavender to reduce anxiety:

  • An aromatic sachet of lavender or a dab of lavender
    essential oil will help provide a relaxed state for
    preppers who are highly stressed in uncertain times.

  • Another common way to use lavender is to make an eye
    wrap with using lavender flower wrapped in a soft
    material as an eye mask. The pressure of the dried
    leaves combined with a silkly cover and amazing scent
    will induce a relaxed state.

As a prepper, you'll want to grab lavender essential oil to help
you relax! Prepping can be stressful in crisis times and that's
when lavender essential oil can help.

Lavender Use #2: Pain reliever (analgesic).
Lavender's calming and soothing properties can get you sleepy,
but many people don't also realize that it's an
analgesic (pain
reliever). You see, it's difficult to be both relaxed and in pain.

Certainly lavender essential oil has a sedating effects that can
relax muscles, release tension headaches, and resolve an
earache. Below are just some of the ways you can use lavender
essential oil for pain relief:


  • Headaches: Apply lavender essential oil to the temples to
    relieve stress-related headaches.

  • Earaches: Dab a few drops of lavender essential oil to a
    cotton ball and plug the ear as you rest. In no time the pain
    will dissipate! A scientific abstract on lavender oil
    substantiates the claim that the oil has both analgesic and
    anti-flammatory effects.

  • Relief of ticks and other bug bites. The nice thing about
    lavender essential oil is that it can help relieve a bug bite,
    but lavender has insect repellent qualities as well. Ticks
    don't like lavender essential oil and can possibly help you
    with Powassan virus, a tick borne disease.

    Other essential oils for bug bite relief include chamomile,
    eucalyptus, and thyme. Note that thyme and peppermint
    essential oil also have insect repellent qualities.

Lavender calms your nervous system, relieves anxiety, eases
headaches, migraines, depression, insomnia and pain!

Lavender Use #3: Heals wounds (antibacterial).
Lavender is active against bacteria to slow down or halt it.
Perhaps it's the anti-inflammatory properties, which reduce
infection and stop the bleeding. Whatever the case, lavender
essential oil is ideal to stop bleeding and begin healing of cuts,
scrapes and wounds. As a natural topical antibiotic, lavender
essential oil prevents, inhibits or destroys microorganisms,
including fungi and parasites, and not just bacteria. Like other
antibiotics, however, lavender has no effect on viruses.

    antibiotic, blend lavender essential oil with juniper oil using
    as the base oil in equal parts. Juniper berry oil produces skin
    warmth which may also help ease the discomfort, but it has
    no antimicrobial activity on its own. Lavender oil is generally
    kid safe, and a good brand is Plant Therapy above right.

Lavender Use #4: Kills Staph infection (antibiotic).
While it's a powerful antibacterial, lavender essential oil goes a
step further as a
natural antibiotic. Lavender has powerful
antibiotic properties to heal wounds and cuts, but a surprising
use if for getting killing a staph infection!

Yes, lavender essential oil can kill staph infections that are
resistant to traditional antibiotics! A staph infection is actually a
group of bacteria that can cause a multitude of diseases.

A study published by the U.S. National Library, National
Institutes of Health finds that lavender essential oil has
bacterial activity against three strains of staph. Staphylococcus
aureu received notoriety when published by the U.S. National
Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health. The study
demonstrated the potential of essential oils as antibacterial
agents to treat an
MRSA infection as well.

A staph infection is an infection caused by bacteria usually found
as pus, a boil or an abscess on the skin as or in the nose. A
staph infection might also be food poisoning or toxic shock
syndrome, but usually it begins with a cut. Thankfully lavender
essential oil can help when man-made antibiotics wont.

    Here's more about how to cure a staph infection with
    lavender essential oil. Always consult a physician if available
    and beware of sepsis! One little cut that gets infected with
    bacteria could cause death if you don't know the warning
    signs. Antibiotics can be transported through the lymphatic
    system to destroy bacteria within the body, whereas an
    antiseptic is an antimicrobial substance applied to the skin
    to help prevent infection.

Lavender use #5: Heal Burns (antiseptic, analgesic).
Lavender has both antiseptic and analgesic properties, which will
ease the pain of a burn and prevent infection. It's the
cytophylactic properties of lavender that promote rapid healing
and helps reduce scarring from burns. A cytophylactic substance
increases leucocytes to fight infection and protect the cells of the

Applied topically lavender oil is effective treatment for burns, skin
rashes and even cold sores! One important caveat on topical use
of lavender oil:
lavender oil can cause breast growth in young
boys, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human
Services. It's generally safe for everyone else.

    several drops of lavender essential oil to the burn and allow
    to absorb "neat" without any carrier oil. Repeat use three
    times daily until healed, and continue to prevent scarring.
    Frankincense also can help prevent the scarring and works
    well with lavender to heal burns.

Lavender Use #6: Reduces scars (antiseptic).
Lavender essential oil can reduce the appearance of scars.
Applied topically, lavender will help your skin heal fast and reduce
the appearance of scars, and as aforementioned, it has the side
effect of being a pain reliever.

Cultivated for its aromatic leaves, lavender is in the mint family.
It's no wonder that
lavender is an antiseptic because it has such
a fresh scent. The botanical name, Lavandula, which means "to
wash." Lavender has been used for centuries for laundering, but
is also a great hand and wound cleanser.

  • NOTE: Antiseptics are antimicrobial substances applied to
    skin tissue, whereas disinfectants are applied to surfaces.

    BURNS: Dr. Joseph Mercola suggests using lavender essential
    for skin conditions (burns, acne and wounds) by diluting it
    with a proper carrier oil. Lavender essential oil easily can
    minimize the appearance of scars. Add a few drops of
    lavender essential oil to a cotton ball and apply directly to
    the scar tissue. Results won't be immediate, but do it daily
    and you will see results. Combine with lemon essential oil
    for even better results.

Lavender Use #7: Helps deal with stomach upset.
Lavender is known to help address patients needs for loss of
appetite, vomiting, nausea, intestinal gas (flatulence), and upset
stomach. In foods and beverages, lavender is used as a flavor

    a food-grade lavender, such as that from OliveNation,
    pictured immediate right. This lavender oil is food grade and
    steam distilled. Experiment and use lavender sparingly in
    your cooking. You can also buy organic lavender for use in
    your recipes. Try lavender ice cream!

Lavender Use #8: Cures candida (anti-fungal).
The prepper go-to antifungal treatment is tea tree oil, but now
preppers can reach for the lavender essential oil too! According to, "
lavender oil has potent antifungal effect"
especially against strains of fungi responsible for skin, like  
Athletes' foot and ringworm, as well as nail infections. And
there's more promising news about lavender essential oil.

    have a white coat on your tongue, you likely have candida
    albicans and lavender essential oil can help kill it! In clinical
    studies, "lavender oil shows both fungistatic and fungicidal
    activity against C. albicans strains." In the abstract
    published by the U.S. National Library of Medicine National
    Institutes of Health, lavender essential oil at a 2%
    concentration killed 100% of the C. albicans!  Candida
    Albicans is a kind of yeast infection, or fungi, found in the
    mouth, intestinal tract and vaginal area. If you have
    candida, you can look to lavender essential oil as well as
    clove oil, myrrh oil and oregano essential oil help to kill
    parasites and fungi in the body.

    Apply lavender essential oil at the first signs of a fungal
    infection ~ you may notice a thickening of the toenail. Apply
    at bedtime and again in the morning. Alternatively, you can
    apply tea tree oil or lemon essential oil for effectiveness
    against nail fungus with tea tree oil being the most effective.

    Apply lavender essential oil under the arm, or wherever the
    ringworm appears, with a carrier oil.

    Massage lavender essential oil to feet at bedtime.

Lavender use #9: Soothes menstrual cramps.
Lavender can soothe a woman through menstruation.  For
menstrual relief, try diffusion for associated conditions of
depression, irritability, and nervousness; however use of a
compress may help more to relieve the physical pain. According to
a study published in the U.S. National Library of Medicine  
National Institutes of Health, lavender essential oil has a "
important role in reduction of pain severity" than other oils.

  • How to use lavender essential oil for menstrual cramps:
    Dr. Josh Axe, (DNM, DC, CNS is a certified doctor of natural
    medicine, doctor of chiropractic and clinical nutritionist)
    suggests seven natural remedies for menstrual cramps, and
    among them he recommends you apply ylang ylang oil,
    lavender oil and peppermint essential oil with a warm
    compress to reduce pain.

Lavender Use #10: Helps bugs skedaddle!
Bugged by bugs? Lavender essential oil helps kill headlice, lice
eggs, and nits.

    Lice: To use Lavender essential oil for head lice, just add a
    few drops to a nit comb, pictured right. You can also use a
    shampoo made with lavender essential oils. Learn more
    about how preppers deal with headlice.

Lavender Use #11: Resolves insomnia.
Lavender can help you get a better night's sleep. It can help you
sleep more deeply and deal with more serious sleep deprivation,
insomnia. It can help you relax and wind down.

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