Fill an empty sachet bag with
Equal parts dried lavender buds and white rice or flax seed or you can just use white rice with a few drops of lavender oil for the filling
You can throw in the freezer or warm in the microwave using 30 second intervals
These Satin sachets come in a variety of colors and sizes.
If you don’t have a Sachet you can use a Square handkerchief or bandanna
¾ cup of distilled water or chamomile tea
1/4 cup liquid Castile soap
3 to 4 drops lavender essential oil
You can also add
1/2 teaspoon almond oil or jojoba oil
3 to 4 drops vitamin E oil
Use a foaming soap bottle
Add Castile soap and oils first – then fill with water and/or tea to the top. Shake Well before use – One to Two Pumps per wash
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AKA the Dynamic Duo -Magnesium and Lavender
Create Sprays and Body Butter that will send you off to dream land
Magnesium Oil – can be purchased – or you can create your own with boiling distilled water and Epsom Salts.
- Lavender Magnesium Spray
- Half a Cup Magnesium Oil
- Twenty drops of Lavender Oil
- Combine in a Spray Bottle
- Apply to Soles of Feet when getting into bed
- Lavender Magnesium Body Butter
- Melt and Mix a Quarter Cup of Coconut Oil and Half a Cup of She Butter – in the microwave – using thirty second intervals in a glass measuring cup
- Add a quarter cup of magnesium oil and thirty drops of lavender oil.
- Use an immersion blender to blend and whip.
- Store in a jar in a cool place.
- DIY Magnesium Oil
- Half Cup of Magnesium Chloride Flakes or Epsom Salts
- Dissolve with Half a Cup of Distilled Boiling Water
- For a short cut, you can use Lavender Epsom Salts –
Lots of Cooks like to add lavender to their baking. Here are some who like to add lavender to their soups too. Each link takes you to the recipe page
Lavender Baked Potato Soup
Lavender & Pea Soup
Lavender Squash Soup
Lavender Tomato Soup