Aromatherapy is the use of aromatic plant oils, so the use of lavender is usually the most used for its fragrant aroma. Aromatherapists blend therapeutic essential oils especially for each person and suggest methods of use such as topical application, massage, inhalation, or immersion in water to stimulate desired responses.

The different smells (aromas), and the chemical components of the oils, can produce different emotional and physiological reactions. With these essential oils you can massage the skin, use it in the shower or vaporized in an oil burner to fill us with its aroma. The aroma offered by the plants can also be used in a parallel way to the oil, for example with the creation of sachets where the aroma is compressed and can have a long duration for the olfactory stimulation of the inhabitants of the home.

You can use it inside the car, to scent drawers, furniture, to put under the pillow, wherever you decide it is better to have this aromatic bag. Which can include other types of aromatic plants as well.

Below you can learn how to make your own lavender with a fragrance that will make your home feel much more pleasant.

Instructions:

  1. about 1 tablespoon dried lavender buds
  2. two 3×3-inch pieces of fabric
  3. pair of scissors
  4. sewing thread
  5. sewing needle

Instructions:

  1. Cut two pieces of fabric identically in the shape of hearts
  2. Gather the fabric hearts and cook them together
  3. Before finishing the stitch, fill the heart with lavender buds and sew closing
  4. Attach a string of string for easy hanging

Note: Ideal for small and very closed spaces such as the car. You can use other options for filling that are fragrant, such as chamomile, cinnamon, etc., choose your favorites and perfume your spaces; This manual work is perfect as therapy, you can do it for gifts or sale.

Final result of the lavender sachet with an unforgettable aroma:

By Dr. Eric Jackson

Dr. Eric Jackson provides primary Internal Medicine care for men and women and treats patients with bone and mineral diseases, diabetes, heart conditions, and other chronic illnesses.He is a Washington University Bone Health Program physician and is a certified Bone Densitometrist. Dr. Avery is consistently recognized in "The Best Doctors in America" list.

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