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Lavender Harvest – Tub Tea or Dryer Sachet

Here’s a great idea, harvest some lavender, dry it, tie it up with a muslin bag and pop it into a running bath. If you’re like me (freezing your butt off in the summertime because you live in San Francsico), you’ll probably want to use it right away!

Or if you live somewhere where the weather is normal and you happen to use a dryer, pop the sachet into the dryer in lieu of a fabric softener ( you will need to make sure you tie the sachet well!)

An article by David Crow, L.Ac

Lavender is one of the most well-known, versatile, and extensively used essential oils in the world. When we use this essential oil we receive the blessings of the feminine, because lavender could be described as an angel of healing from the floral realm, and an expression of the earths compassion.

Lavender has a long history of use. Originally, it was an herb used primarily in European herbology, but it has now spread worldwide. When one thinks of lavender cultivation, images of Provence in the south of France may come to mind, where it has been grown for centuries. But lavender has migrated across the globe, and is now at home in places as diverse as northern California, New Zealand, Kashmir, and the Himalayan states of India. Because demand for high quality organic oil is high, lavender is an ecological crop that provides income for many people. Lavender cultivation is also a source of ecotourism, as people are naturally drawn to the beauty and peaceful atmosphere where it is grown.

Read the entire article here

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