Ailment: Mites (demodex mites)
Remedy: Lavender Oil
Lavender oil is an essential oil, distilled from the flower spikes or leaves of lavender. It is used as a component in many perfumes, and in aromatherapy. The scent has a calming effect, relaxing and reducing anxiety. It relieves pain from tension headaches when rubbed on the skin or breathed as a vapour. When added to a vaporizer, it may aid in the treatment of coughs and respiratory infections. On the skin, it may be used as a mosquito repellent, and to relieve mosquito bites.
Visitors personal experiences with Lavender Oil
Comment posted by DEC of edmonton, alberta, canada on 13 January 2014 at 3:13 1698
I have tried half a cup of olive oil with 20 drops of tea tree oil, 20 drops of clove oil and 20 drops of lavender oil mixed together and applied to my body. For my hair half a cup apple cider vinegar with 20 dropes tea tree, 20 drops clove oil, and 20 drops lavender oil. Leave on hair for about 15 minutes then rinse off. I have mixed white vinegar with lavender oil in spray bottle and spray self when they are biting.
Question posted by Elaine of Petawawa, ON, Canada on 21 July 2013 at 22:50 1283
kgal...could you say how many drops of lemon etc you added to the grapeseed oil. thank you
Comment posted by kgal of seattle, WA, USA on 4 July 2013 at 18:47 1262
I finally, like most of you, realized mighty mites were causing my serial sadness and upon that epiphany I could not for the life of me find my tea tree oil! Instead, 've been making a mix of Lemon oil, Rosemary oil, Oregano Oil, Lavender Oil, and Grapeseed oil (for diluting, and lighter than Almond). The little guys exploded from every inch of me the first time I applied it, I was equally grossed out and GRATEFUL. Also - go buy Food Grade Diatomaceous Earth. You'll have to check farms or just order it online, but a heaping teaspoon a day, keeps the mites away! If anyone saw the wardrobe box sized amount of "products" I have purchased over the last year to rid my mug of these mites (after being told it was hormonal, then staph, then seborrhea dermatitis, or folliculitis, which are all treated in ways that essentially don't treat mites) they would institutionalize me. What don't dermatologists understand about, "hey DOC - this is my FACE you're ignoring for a ridiculous amount of money!"
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