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Inhalation of lavender essential oil

Put nearly boiling hot water into the glass or porcelain of the basin, and put 1-3 drops of lavender essential oil drops in hot water. The total amount of the oil should not exceed more than six drops. Then use a big bath towel and the basin to cover the entire head and mouth. Use nose to breath alternately for 5-10 minutes. The effect of inhalation of lavender essential oil is that oil molecules can help stimulate the olfactory nerve through breathing which will stimulate the brain to generate excitement. Human brain can control neural activity and play a regulatory function of neural activity. On the other hand, it can help control gland secretion and thus regulate the body’s internal environment.


Unilateral Lavender Essential Oil Aromatherapy

Put the water into the aromatherapy furnace, adding 5-6 drops of lavender essential oil, lit candles placed in the aroma furnace to heat the essential oil in the water which can make it slowly release the smell. The deployment of different aromatherapy essential oil into the furnace can get different results and can help create different atmosphere.

Lavender essential oil coating method
Mix the lavender essential oil and base oil together as a skin care products. The recipe is to put about 10 ml base oil drops into 5 drops of lavender essential oil. After a through mixure of them, it can be directly applied to skin after cleansing.


Special Notes
1. A small amount of lavender essential oil can help tranquilize mind, but an excess amount would make human be exciting for a long time. Therefore, in the bubble bath time, 4-6 drops should be adequate.
2. Although the use of lavender oil is very popular, you should always do skin sensitive tests before use to avoid any potential damages to the skin.
3. Lavender essential oil can pass through the human body quickly. So women during the menstrual period should use it with caution. Moreover, pregnanct and breast-feeding women should not used it a all.

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By Giantera (Own work) [CC BY-SA 4.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0)], via Wikimedia Commons

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