Lavender Hot Flash Relief-Using Essential Oils

Lavender hot flash relief, post by L.S. Livewell by Lisa Shaub, Hot flash therapy,hormone therapy,female, female hormones,24 hours and hot flash gone,menopase symptoms,essential oils, balalncing hormones,natual remedies,menaupause symptoms better,hormone changes,night sweats,target the condition,calm the body,simple, diy, versatile remedy,aromatherapy, blossoms, lavender inthe mint family helps with sleep, anxiety,calming, skin irretation, sooth stomach bloating,anti-inflamation,heart health Nearly forty plants with the mint family are technically classified as lavender, although the most common form [1] is Lavandula angustifolia, on which the color “lavender” is based. This genus is found in Europe, Africa, the Mediterranean, and parts of Asia

This lovely smelling hot flash remedy spray combines cooling essential oil of lavender with fresh apple blossoms. Pretty fruit blossoms make this a sensual as well as calming experience.



Fill the spray bottle to 3/4 full. Add 20 drops of lavender and a teaspoon of fresh apple blossom petals. Shake. Keep in your purse, on your night stand, or in the refrigerator.


For extreme heat situations, such as night flashes, keep the bottle cooling in the fridge.

After a day petals will start to brown, so if you have not used up your spray, you can add new ones every day. After three days discard contents and start again. The petals in the water are a type of tincture, and have the benefits of enhancing your mood.

If you don’t have access to apple blossoms you can use cherry, or any other fruit blossom. Make sure that whatever petals you use are safe to be applied to the skin. An easy way to check is to rub the flower petal on the inside of your wrist and wait a half hour. If there is no reaction such as redness or inflammation, your petals are safe to use topically.