Get to know some of the lavender oil uses and benefits as a go-to first aid treatment for a very long time!
Lavender Oil Uses: 7 Benefits of Lavender for Survival
Lavender Oil Uses and Benefits
There are many lavender oil uses. And for an essential oil enthusiast like me, it comes handy even for survival.
Lavender is a green plant, produces beautiful purple flowers, known as a natural antibiotic due to its antiseptic properties. With its antiseptic properties, this plant is a popular choice for home remedies, helping relieve a number of illnesses such as headaches, anxiety, or upset stomachs.
Antibiotic Definition: An antibiotic is a drug that fights bacterial infection. It kills the bacteria or makes it hard for the bacteria to grow and multiply.
1. First Aid
If you have scalds or burns, apply topically some lavender oil on the affected area to prevent blisters from forming. This can also lessen the pain from the scalds or burns.
Just rub some lavender oil on your forehead or temples. You can also combine lavender oil with peppermint to have a calming and numbing effect.
Here’s a short video by WaysAndHow on how to make lavender essential oil:
Essential oils such as lavender oil are reliable for survival or emergency situations. See to a point to have them readily available for use at all times − at home or out in the wilderness.
Do you know of other lavender oil uses in your household? Share them in the comments section below!
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Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in February 2018 and has been updated for quality and relevancy.
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