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The Benefits of Lavender

Enjoy the luxury of the spa treatment at home with Soothing Heat Pillows. Lavender smells incredible. However, this amazing plant and its aroma are known to be a lot more valuable than simply offering a pleasant fragrance. Lavender is celebrated for offering the following benefits to anyone who chooses to embrace it: 


Lavender aids in improving a person’s quality of sleep, as well as help them fall asleep faster. There are a few studies that seek to prove this benefit. One of those studies was published in the British Association of Critical Nurses. It was based on exposing ICU patients who were having trouble sleeping to lavender essential oils. The majority of the patients reported an improvement in their overall quality of sleep thereafter. They also claimed that the lavender had a positive and lasting effect on their anxiety and mood in general, so let the scent of lavender soothe your senses.


Lavender is thought to be good for the skin. It is often used to treat acne and blemishes. Furthermore, it can be used to soothe other painful skin conditions, including eczema and psoriasis. Lavender oil gently moisturizes skin, is naturally antibacterial and has the power to calm and heal painful acne breakouts.


Yes, lavender is also a natural pain reliever. While applying some lavender essential oil directly onto the affected area of the body is the usual way in which to bring relief, many people report that, often, the mere smell of lavender is enough to help ease the discomfort. It is the reason why many athletes turn to lavender to help soothe muscle discomfort and injuries after working out. Let lavender heat pillow help relieve tension with moist warmth, use yours hot or cool whenever you need to take a moment to relax and unwind.  

Blood Pressure

Countless aromatherapy experts will tell you how much of a difference the scent of lavender can make to a person’s blood pressure and heart rate. The results of a study conducted in 2017 were recently published in the Iranian Journal of Pharmaceutical Research. 

The study claimed that when 40 people inhaled lavender essential oil after undergoing heart surgery, their blood pressure and heart rate were both significantly reduced.  


Lavender is known to aid in breathing, especially in those who suffer from asthma and other lung issues. This is due to the fact that it contains anti-inflammatory properties. In 2014, data from a study conducted on mice was published, which claimed that lavender had a positive impact on respiratory health. The results of the study demonstrated that lavender had the power to soothe allergic inflammation and mucus hyperplasia. 


If you are going through menopause, you may find yourself experiencing awful, uncomfortable hot flashes. These can be difficult to deal with and are often the worst part of menopause. A study published in the Journal of the Chinese Medical Association suggests that lavender can assist in reducing the severity and frequency of these hot flashes (tip: Put the insert in the freezer from the neck or eye pillow, apply it to the back of your neck to cool down).   The study suggests that exposure to the scent of lavender for 20 minutes, twice a day is enough to yield positive results in this regard.