This listing is for a 1 ounce sachet
- Lavender flowers are commonly used for seeking love, healing, and inner calm.
- It’s burned at during Litha as an offering.
- It can be burned, used in a bath, or strewn around a place for purification, promoting peace, stress relief, and anger management.
- It’s believed to be liked by fey, in particular, elves. It’s also used to increase sensitivity to other entities and to aid in communication with spirits.
- Protection: Worn to protect against abuse, used for psychic protection, protects against nightmares, protection during travel, etc.
- Grown in gardens to bring luck.
- In some traditions, bundles of lavender were given to women during childbirth to bring courage and strength.
- It’s sometimes used to increase the potency and duration of spells.
- Common uses: Consecration and cleansing, happiness, healing, love, peace, and protection.
- Also used for: aiding divination, luck, gentleness, harmony, meditation, memory, stability, liberation, clairvoyance and passion. Associated with chastity, secrets, vigor, weddings, attracting money and menopause. Used in dealings with dreams and sleep. Can help people deal with loss.
- Soaking in a bath with added lavender oil eases depression, anxiety, high blood pressure and it can improve circulation.It also helps with the aches and pains that come alongside with pregnancy.
- It’s an effective anti-inflammatory and antiseptic.
- Lavender is reputed for it’s aid in sleep. Combine it with valerian or chamomile in tea, use oil in an evening bath, sprinkle a drop on your pillowcase, or add dried lavender to sleep pillow mixtures.
- It’s sometimes combined with rosemary in relieving arthritis, sore muscles and nerve pain. Lavender can also be used in a massage oil to relieve arthritic stiffness in older dogs.