Interested in Hydrosol of Lavender?
*** This is for a 16 oz Blue Cobalt BPA Free Plastic Bottle of Lavender Hydrosol. ***
Video of my Distillation Process for the Lavender can be found here —-> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1iHpRJFPX6w
Made using my Copper Alembic Distiller.
I have pulled about 70mL from 3 lbs of lavender.
This lavender was made during the full moon of January 2020 the 3 day window started yesterday.
What was added to this?
– Water that has been blessed and prayed over and played classical music to.
– Water from Lake Titicaca in Peru
– Structured water from a machine art piece from Burning Man 2019
– Water from Seljalandfoss In Iceland
– Ashes from The Burning Man Temple Burn of 2019
– A Cat Whisker (Ethically Collected as she is my companion)
– A Tuft of Fox Fur from a Fennec Fox (Ethically Collected as she is my companion)
Lavender essential oil and its properties have been widely studied. Here’s a look at the research.
While there’s currently a lack of large-scale clinical trials testing lavender’s effects on people with anxiety, a number of studies show that the oil may offer some anti-anxiety benefits.
Several studies have tested lavender’s anxiety-reducing effects in specific populations. For example, a study published in Physiology & Behavior in 2005 focused on 200 people awaiting dental treatment and found that breathing in the scent of lavender both lessened anxiety and improved mood.3
In addition, a pilot study published in Complementary Therapies in Clinical Practice in 2012 indicates that lavender-essential-oil-based aromatherapy may help soothe anxiety in high-risk postpartum women. In an experiment involving 28 women who had given birth in the previous 18 months, researchers found that four weeks of twice-weekly, 15-minute-long aromatherapy sessions helped alleviate depression in addition to lowering anxiety levels.4
There’s also some evidence that ingesting lavender oil may help relieve anxiety. In a report published in Phytomedicine in 2012, for instance, scientists analyzed 15 previously published clinical trials and concluded that dietary supplements containing lavender oil may have some therapeutic effects on patients struggling with anxiety and/or stress.5
Several studies have shown lavender essential oil may help promote sleep and fight insomnia.
A 2015 study published in the Journal of Complementary and Alternative Medicine found a combination of sleep hygiene techniques and lavender essential oil therapy helped college students get a better night’s sleep than sleep hygiene alone. The study of 79 students with self-reported sleep problems also found inhaling lavender at bedtime improved daytime energy and vibrancy.6
A 2018 study published in Holistic Nursing Practice confirms lavender’s effect on sleep. In this study of 30 residents of a nursing home, lavender aromatherapy was found to improve sleep onset, quality, and duration in an elderly population.7
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