How To Make a Natural Sleep Spray
I'm not asleep... but that doesn't mean I'm awake.
In the following sleep spray recipe I am going to recommend witch hazel. Witch hazel is a natural astringent that is derived from the witch hazel tree and often used on the face and skin. With it's natural, astringent properties, it is effective and beneficial as a body spray.
You can choose to use vodka as well, but my preference is the witch hazel
Natural Sleep Spray for Staying Healthy
if you don't have witch hazel, you can substitute an equal amount of vodka.
Any of the essential oils will create a splendid sleep spray to help you at nights! Try some of these together to see what you like best! I always lean toward a clary sage and roman chamomile blend for a restful night!
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According to the National Sleep Foundation, the average adult gets less than seven hours of sleep per night. Now, that may sound like enough to some of you, but the fact is, a tip in staying healthy is to get enough sleep!
This natural sleep remedy is not only a natural remedy for insomnia, but also uses pure essential oils for additional health benefits.
So, now that I've realize that I don't get enough sleep...what to do? There are many natural remedies for insomnia. Drink some warm milk before bed, maybe some soothing chamomile tea and make a natural sleep spray!
A sleep spray is easy to make and relaxing to use. It's one of the natural health remedies that I use nightly, to insure a restful, natural sleep.
There are several different essential oils that can be used for your sleep spray.
You'll want to be sure that the oils you choose are safe for your skin.
Now, I'm not a doctor and neither is my husband. Or, as a matter of fact, no one in my family is. I'm simply a mom who's done hours of research and experimentation with healthy sleep remedies on my family.
I really do hope that some of these natural remedies work for you as well, but if not, I'm sorry. If you have any hesitation, please visit your family physician with any concerns.
NOTE: The advice shared in this site has not been evaluated by the FDA. The products and methods recommended are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any illness or disease, nor is it intended to replace proper medical help. As we look for answers, you must realize that essential oils work to help to bring the body into balance -helping the body's natural defenses to restore homeostasis. Essential oils are not used to "treat" medical problems.
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