Part II of Panacea Therapies Lavender Series: 10 ways to incorporate lavender into your daily routine.
Lavender in your daily routine should be an essential part of your day. Panacea Therapies presents 10 ways to get lavender into your life. 1. Put lavender on the bottoms of your feet to help you sleep at night or stay calm throughout the day. 2. Diffuse lavender in your home or in high stress environments. 3. Place a couple of drops of Panacea Therapies Bulgarian lavender oil in your washer or place on a wool ball for use in your dryer to make your clothes smell wonderful. 4. Add a drop of lavender to a glass of lemonade and...
French Lavender, English Lavender, Bulgarian Lavender OH MY: Part I
antibacterial Aromatherapy Bulgarian Lavender French Lavender Lavender relaxation sedative
Lavender is cultivated all over the world, historically lavender is known best for being grown in France and England but did you know that Bulgaria is now one of the largest producers. Lets not forget about lavender grown right here in the United States. In Northern Washington there are many productive lavender farms. There are many different varieties of lavender and all varieties have a different aroma. Lavender is widely known to calm the nervous system. Lavender has so many properties so just to name a few it is antibacterial, anticoagulant, antidepressant, sedative and so many more. If you have...
Cooking with Essential Oils: Holiday Pies
cooking with essential oils holiday favorites seasonal cooking
We had a great class making seasonal pies with essential oils at Williamalane Adult Activity Center last week. We used Panacea Therapies proprietary blend of Ginger and spice. Ginger and spice oils aid with digestion as well as have a calming effect on our nervous system. It's a great way to have flavorful food and the benefits of using essential oils. Panacea Therapies Ginger and Spice blend can be used for cakes, cookies, ciders, pies, hot buttered rums, and cranberry sauce. The sky is the limit when using this wonderful blend of ginger, clove, cardamom, cinnamon, star anise and black pepper.