Fun Lavender Uses...
- Lavender Essential Oil is a natural disinfectant.
- Hint for cleaning windows, wipe the inside on the window in one direction such as vertically and wipe the outside of window in a horizontal direction then when you are checking the window for streaks you can tell which side the streaks are on.
- When cleaning floors with a steam mop add a few drops of Lavender Essential Oil to the water. This is a natural disinfectant and smells great.
- Add a few drops in your dishwater and rinse well. This can be used to wash dishes and your counter tops.
- Add a few drops to an old cloth and add to your dryer to make your laundry and house smell good.
- Add a few drops of Lavender Essential Oil to water in your iron, or the spray bottle of water you use when you are doing your ironing.
- Keep a small dish of dried Lavender Buds by your front door to greet your guests.
- Place Lavender Sachets in your closet or dresser (or where you store your off season clothes).
- Place a few drops of Lavender Essential Oil on your pillowcase to help you sleep.
- Add a few drops of Lavender Essential Oil to your favorite unscented body or hand lotion prior to applying to your skin.
- Apply Lavender Essential Oil on bug bites and strings.
- Some say, the Lavender Essential Oil can give relief from Migraine Headaches.
- Most animals and insects are not attracted to Lavender, so plant Lavender in your garden. It attracts Humming Birds, Honey Bees, and Butterflies. (deer and moles do not like lavender.)
- The Royal Velvet and Grosso Lavender Plants sold by Priest Lake Lavender and Bees can handle Zone 4 weather, (survive winters that reach temperatures well below freezing). Our plants are grown in Spokane Valley as well as the area around Priest Lake. Once Lavender Plants are established they can survive hot and dry conditions. (This is usually after 2 years.)
- Instead of throwing rice at your wedding, try lavender! Ask about our custom wedding orders, prices and packaging colors!
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