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Place 3 drops of essential oil of spike lavender on the painful zone, three times daily for twelve days.
Apply 3 to 6 drops of pure essential oil of spike lavender on the skin, three or four times daily on the area concerned. If the burn just took place, repeat the application every fifteen seconds for ten minutes, then every fifteen minutes for two hours. The zone is large dilute 5 drops of spike lavender per 5 drops of St John's wort carrier oil.
Dry or oozing eczema
Apply 2 drops of pure essential oil of spike lavender, two or three times daily on the irritated skin.
Apply a few drops pure around the ear (warning, never in the ear canal) and repeat several times daily.
drop of EO of tea tree, 1 drop of EO of spike lavender. Pour 2 drops on a neutral tablet, and take three times daily.
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It is the last of all lavender species to bring to term its pale violet flowers. A humble cousin of true lavender (Lavandula angustifolia), the French name, lavande aspic, is derived from its anti-venom property well known of hunters. They save their dogs bitten by a viper by harvesting a handful of flowers and rubbing the injured site. Spike lavender was probably the "rustic nard" of the Romans. It was of great help to the inexhaustible speakers of the Revolution since Lamarck states in his French flora, a brief description of all plants naturally encountered in France, from 1794, that "it is supposed to be good remedy for the loss of voice".
The properties, benefits and method of use are given for information; they cannot in any case constitute or replace medical information that only health professionals can provide. For any use of essential oils for therapeutic purposes, please consult your GP or pharmacist.