French Dry Lavender Flower Buds for Tea, Baking, Crafts, Sachets, Baths, Yoni Steams, Oil Infusions, Tinctures - 4oz in Resealable, Recyclable Pouch - by Better Shea Butter
- Dry lavender flower buds for crafts, soap making, oil infusions, teas and more.
- Botanical Name: Lavandula x intermedia (Lavandin)
- No fragrances added, intense natural lavender scent.
- A free downloadable eBook of DIY skin care recipes is included with your purchase. The ebook includes several whipped body butters using shea, cocoa, mango and kokum butters and a variety of carrier oils. You will also learn how to make infused flower or herb oils, calming salves, soaps, and other wonderful skin care recipes that you can easily make at home.
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This flower has a multitude of benefits and uses. The scent of lavender is commonly used for relaxation and stress relief in aromatherapy. You can use them to make sachets which you can place around your home in different areas, while filling your home with the pleasant fragrance. Make floral bath water with lavender flowers, or add them to your soap recipes to add exfoliation.
Lavender blooms in late spring and early summer, and when picked it is dried slowly to preserve the fragrance and beautiful color.
BENEFITS OF LAVENDER
WHO IT'S FOR
OUR FAVORITE WAYS TO USE LAVENDER FLOWERS
LAVENDER INFUSED OIL
Fill a glass jar with dry Lavender Flowers and pour almond oil (or other carrier oil of choice) in until it covers the flowers and then add an extra inch or two. Leave on a sunny window sill for 3-4 weeks to steep, shaking gently every few days to make sure the oil still covers the flowers. Then filter out the flowers using a strainer or cheesecloth.
LAVENDER FIZZY BATH BOMBS
Sift 1 cup baking soda, 3/4 cup of arrowroot powder, 1/2 cup of citric acid, and 1/4 epsom salt in a medium sized bowl. Add 40 drops of Lavender essential oils, then mix in 1/4 cup of dried Lavender Flowers. Spritz the mixture with a spray bottle of witch hazel a few times and mix. Repeat this until the powder starts to hold together and then compact into a silicone mold of choice. Let set overnight and then pop the bath fizzies out of the mold.
Combine 1/3 cup dried Lavender Flowers, 1/3 cup dried Chamomile Flowers and 2 tablespoons of dried Rose Petals in a heat proof bowl. Add 2 cups of bowling water to the flowers and lower face over bowl, covering your head with a towel to create a tent. Relax there for about 10-15 minutes.
|Dry Lavender Flowers||Dry Chamomile Flowers||Dry Calendula Flowers||Dry Rose Petals|
|Common Uses||Oil Infusions, Bath Herbs, Crafts, Sachets||Teas, Skin Care, Oil Infusions, Crafts||Skin Care, Oil Infusions, Teas, Healing Balms||Skin Care, Oil Infusions, Teas, Decorations, Crafts|
|Scent||Strong floral scent, used to help calm & reduce stress||Sweet, slightly fruity and herbaceous. Relaxing & soothing.||Earthy & Herbaceous||Floral red rose smell, romantic, slightly earthy|