Do you keep tossing and turning all through the night? Are you
too stressed out to enjoy a siesta? Make the most of aromatherapy to lure sleep into those eyes wide
open. Lavender oil is one of the best essential oils that you can benefit from. Wondering how to use
this miracle oil as a natural sleeping aid? Read on!
BENEFITS OF USING LAVENDER OIL
- Lavender oil is known for curing insomnia and relieving
- It has a pleasant fragrance that calms and rejuvenates your senses.
- Inhaling lavender oil allows the mind to get rid of stress.
- It is easy to use
lavender oil to promote a sound sleep at night.
HOW TO USE LAVENDER OIL FOR
- FOR A RELAXING HOT BATH: If you love to take a hot
bath just before bed time, don’t forget to add a few drops of lavender oil to it. This will make
your bath more relaxing. Soak into its goodness to do away with all your worries, and consequently,
insomnia as well.
- TOPICAL APPLICATION: Lavender is rather gentle as
an essential oil and applying this oil on skin actually helps soothe your senses and induce sleep.
Right before you turn the lights off, apply a few drops of diluted lavender oil on forehead, temples
or directly below your neck. You will have a peaceful sleep at night. Don’t forget to dilute it
with a carrier oil of your choice.
- DRENCH THE PILLOW WITH LAVENDER
OIL: Well, in case you are not comfortable applying lavender oil on skin, you may choose to
pour a few drops of this hypnotic oil on your pillow and reap the same benefits. Does that make you
afraid of the oil tarnishing your favourite pillow covers? Just add 15-20 drops of lavender oil to
50 ml water in a spray bottle. Shake well and spray the solution on your pillow around 10 minutes
before you go to bed. While your eyelids get heavy with slumber, you can be sure your pillows are
- DIFFUSE: Pour some lavender oil in a plug-in diffuser
and let the aroma of lavender spread across the length and breadth of your bedroom. Not only does it
create a spa-like environment, but it also helps relieve stress and you doze off in no
- As for topical application, don’t
apply lavender oil around eyes.
- If you start sneezing or you get rashes while using
lavender oil, it means you are getting an allergic reaction. In that case, discontinue its