10 Magical Uses for Lavender

It’s everyone’s favorite herb.  It smells heavenly, it burns beautifully and it looks lovely.  And you probably have a ton of it just waiting to be used.  Here’s some ideas for putting it to work.

10 Magical Uses for Lavender

1.  Sew it into a sleep sachet to enhance dream work and promote relaxation.

2.  Use it in beauty and glamour spells to symbolize the divine feminine.

3.  Burn it during meditation on a charcoal disk for heightened psychic awareness and insight.

4.  Better yet, make smudge sticks out of it.  Rolling smudge sticks with 100% dried lavender stems makes for gorgeous smoking wands that smell amazing.

5.  Add to your ritual bath to induce a calm, otherworldly feeling before you enter the circle.

6.  Use it spells to calm a conflict.  Lavender promotes peace between “at war” individuals.

7.  Make flower crowns for festivals.  Best done with fresh lavender, this flower can be made into flower crowns and it dries really well.

8.  Boil it water during a house blessing to drive out negative energy and forces of turmoil.

9.  Use it in a kitchen witch spell.  Lavender is edible.  It makes a lovely cake topping, or is sometimes used in cookies.  Bake a batch for someone you aren’t on great terms with and bless them for peace and cooperation.

10.  Simmer it in coconut oil and use it as a dream salve.  Nice to rub on children who suffer from nightmares as a protection balm.

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One comment on “10 Magical Uses for Lavender

  1. Reblogged this on "OUR WORLD" and commented:
    I love, love, love lavender! We had a Siberian Husky that would roll in the lavender the first time she did it I made the mistake of saying oh Misty you smell so good… so every time she went out,she would roll in the Lavender… My plants were always squished….. Which would released the lavender oil, when are neighbors would walk past our house, she would go to greet them and they would comment how good she always smelled…💜

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