Already employed in ancient Roman baths, lavender use has continued on through the centuries.
There is nothing like massaging the forehead and temples to unwind and fall asleep easier (a few drops on a soft handkerchief suffice).
• by friction, repeated 1/4heure bitter, calm and soothe mosquito bites, itching, muscle pain, strokes, rheumatism ;
• This is an excellent healing of the rift between the toes, small wounds, pimples, burns ;
• for toning massages, mix with a few drops of sweet almond oil, or petroleum jelly into batter ;
• on the scalp one or two drops are an excellent repellent against lice ;
• a few drops mixed with before a tablespoon of milk or powdered sugar is an invigorating bath and offer relaxation and healing ;
• a few drops in water soil washing, the filter of the vacuum cleaner in the toilet
• In spray in cupboards, wardrobes to ward off moths or drapes, on dry bouquets, the potpourris, to clean the air ;
• In diffusers, nebulizers or incense burners, it removes odors from tobacco perfectly cold, or the smell of cooking while pleasantly perfuming your house ;
• A few drops along the borders in the washing machine, bring freshness to your clothes ;
• Solvent natural, it replaces the acetone to remove traces of adhesive bandages, and remove labels on bottles and flasks ;
• When mixed with beeswax, it is an excellent wax polish.