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Lavender Epsom Salts

Another match made in heaven. Lavender scented Epsom Salts. Combine with water in a bath or spray bottle for lots of benefits.

Body Aches and Bruises: Add Epsom Salts your bath and soak for 20 minutes

Skin Spray: Add 2 Tablespoons to one cup of water in a spray bottle and apply to sunburn, heat rash and poison ivy for relieve

Foot Soak: ยฝ cup to warm water to relax tired feet and to treat athleteโ€™s foot.

Exfoliate: Add a pinch of Epsom Salts to your face wash gentle rub in circular motion and rinse well.

For hands – combine equal parts of Epsom salt and baby oil. Massage in and rinse after your hand wash.

On our self serve stand

Tips from Farmers Almanac for Epsom Salt Uses

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Lavender Lip Balm

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  • Supplies
  • Beeswax Pellets
  • Coconut Oil
  • Vitamin E Oil
  • Glass Measuring Cup
  • Round tins with screw on lids

Combine 2 tablespoons of beeswax pellets with 2 tablespoons of coconut oil in a glass measuring cup. Heat in 10 second intervals until completely melted and stir.

Remove from the microwave and add 8 drops of Vitamin E oil and 8 drops of lavender oil. Stir to combine and fill tins.

Balm hardens quickly. Wait until completely cooled before putting on a top.

To apply, swirl your finger around to soften and apply. Donโ€™t leave in a hot car:)

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  • Beeswax Pellets
  • Round Tins with Screw on Lids
  • Vitamin E Oil
  • Coconut oil
  • Glass measuring cup

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Lavender Fudge

Chocolate and Lavender are a match made in heaven – add a little sea salt too, if you like – or grind your lavender if you want to skip the straining step. Remember with lavender – less is more – Too much lavender tastes like soap.


  • 2/3 cup ( 5 oz) of Evaporated Milk
  • 1 1/2 cups of granulation sugar
  • 2 Tablespoons of Butter
  • 1/4 teaspoon of salt
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1 tablespoon of culinary lavender
  • 2 cups of miniature marshmallows
  • 1 1/2 cups (9 oz) of semisweet chocolate chips

Directions 3 Steps

1)Line an 8 inch square baking pan with foil

2)Place Evaporated Milk and Lavender in a 2 cup glass measuring cup. Microwave on high for one minute. Cover with Saran Wrap and let steep for 10 minutes. Strain lavender milk into a saucepan. Add sugar, butter and salt. ( If you use salted butter, you can skip the added salt) Bring to a boil, stirring constantly. Let boil for 4 minutes. Remove from heat.

3)Stir in marshmallows, chocolate chips and vanilla until melted and well blended. Requires some elbow grease. Pour into pan and refrigerate for 2 hours until firm.

Combine Sea Salt and Culinary Lavender in a grinder to sprinkle over the top once firm, if desired.

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Lavender Salt

Combine 1 Tablespoon of Culinary Lavender with 1/2 cup of sea salt. (You can also use Kosher Salt)

Grind Together with Spice Grinder. Store in a 4 oz mason jar – or container of your choice –

Sprinkle Lavender Salt on Seafood, Chocolate, Caramel or Fresh Fruit. Also makes a nice lamb or chicken rub

We use a Finamill – and keep the combination in one of the pods and grind as needed. Finamill is battery operated for one hand grinding with a light – so you can see your food –


Learn more about Finamill Here

You can also find glass spice jars with grinder tops that would fit the bill also.

Glass Spice Grinder Jars

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Lavender Elixirs

Lavender Elixirs are made from culinary lavender and water. Fill a teabag or a mesh tea infuser with culinary lavender, and add to boiling water to steep – the same way you make a cup of tea.

Elixirs can be enjoyed warm or cold and are sometimes referred to as tonics. Donโ€™t add extra lavender – stay with 1 tsp for best flavor – too much lavender can taste like soap ๐Ÿ™

Some Elixir Ingredients

Lavender/Ginger Elixir

1/8 tsp ground ginger
1 Tablespoon of Lemon Juice
1 tsp culinary lavender
8 oz of hot water
Honey to Taste

Bring Water to boil
Add lavender teabag/infuser and ginger.
Simmer for 15 minutes
Then let steep for 15 minutes
Remove Tea Bag/Diffuser
Slowly Add Lemon Juice & Honey while stirring. Enjoy while warm

Honey/ Lavender Elixer
1 cup of water
1 tsp culinary lavender
1 cup of honey

Bring water to boil
Add Lavender Tea Bag/Infuser- Simmer for 15minutes
Steep for 15 minutes
Remove tea bag/diffuser
Add Honey slowly while stirring.

Let cool –

Add Seltzer, Sparkling Water or Prosecco

Warm Lavender/Almond Elixir

1 1/2 cup of almond milk

1/8 tsp ground turmeric
1 tbsp Culinary Lavender in Tea Bag/Infuser
2 TBSP Maple Syrup
1/2 tsp Vanilla extract
Cinnamon Stick

In a pan heat almond milk with lavender tea bag/infuser – and turmeric to almost boiling.
Remove from heat and let it steep 10 minutes
Remove tea bag/infuser
Add maple syrup and vanilla
Stir with Cinnamon Stick and Enjoy Warm.

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DIY Lavender Infused Oil

Itโ€™s easier to infuse your favorite carrier oil with lavender than you might imagine. 1)First decide what kind of oil you want to use. This is your own personal preference – Fractionated Coconut Oil, Avocado, Grape seed, Almond, Jojoba or Extra Virgin Olive Oil are all good options. You can even mix oils if you want. I use Jojoba oil as it has a longer shelf life. 2)Next find a glass jar – a mason jar will do – Fill the jar about 3/4 full with dried lavender buds. 3)Pour the oil over the lavender, filling the container so flowers are submerged but can still move freely. 4)Place the jar on a sunny windowsill for 1-3 weeks – shaking daily. When you are ready strain the oil using cheesecloth into a new glass container and ta da you have infused oil.

Watch for our next post on making Salves with infused oilsโ€ฆโ€ฆ