Home-Made Bed Linen Spray. Natural Way to Sleep Better

    Home-Made Bed Linen Spray. Natural Way to Sleep Better

    Home-Made Bed Linen Spray. Natural Way to Sleep Better
    Greg
    9:05 AM EDT, June 3, 2020

    There are several advantages of lavender oil that make it so interesting. It is used in aromatherapy, cosmetic industry and herbal treatment. It can be applied directly on skin. Today we will analyse the relaxing properties of this oil that help us sleep and calm down more easily. This is how you make our own lavender oil.

    Not only does lavender oil relax and calm you down, but it also cures headaches and fights bacteria. Additionally it has some antifungal properties. That is why it is one of the most common oils found in bed linen sprays. The sheets sprayed with it will help us loosen up and fall asleep.

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    How to make lavender bed linen spray?

    Things you need:

    -a bottle with an atomiser

    -alcohol (for example vodka)

    -distilled water

    -lavender essential oil

    -dried lavender (optionally)

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    How to make lavender bed linen spray?

    1. Mix 2 tablespoons of vodka with 10-15 drops of lavender oil.

    2. Pour the alcohol into the bottle with an atomiser.

    3. Pour the distilled water (approximately 2 glasses)

    4. Stir it well and it’s ready

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    Instead of distilled water you can use boiled water just as well.

    You can spray it in the room and all over the linen just before going to sleep.

    How to make lavender bed linen spray using dried lavender?

    1. Boil 4 tablespoons of lavenders for 5 minutes and a glass of tap water.

    2. In a separate pot boil 1.5 glasses of water.

    3. Drain the lavender and pour the stew into a jar.

    4. Pour the boiled water into the jar.

    5. Add 2 tablespoons of vodka.

    6. Add 10 drops of lavender oil.

    7. Close the jar and mix the content.

    8. Pour the mixture into a bottle with an atomiser.

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