Lavender lemonade

Don’t let headaches or anxiety ruin your summer!
Keep your troubles away naturally (and deliciously) with this tasty and soothing bev.

  • 1 cup sugar (agave or honey will also work)
  • 5 cups water
  • 1/4 cup dried lavender (or 1 drop lavender essential oil)
  • 5 lemons, juiced (about 1 cup of juice)

-Boil half the water.
-Remove water from heat and add sugar and lavender, stir til dissolved.
-Cover and let sit anywhere from 20 mins to 4 hours so the lavender can infuse.
-Strain into large container (like a juice pitcher).
-Stir in lemon juice and remaining water.
-Adjust to taste.
-Pour over ice before serving.

lav-lem2 I know you think lavender tastes gross, like fancy soap or some old lady’s perfume. But in this case, the lemon totally overpowers the lavender taste, resulting in straight up: Yum!

Why bother with lavender lemonade?
Because anxiety is a hugely prevalent mental health issue.

And even if you don’t suffer from anxiety, you probably get a headache now and then.
We don’t always want to be rushing to the doctor or drugstore. Especially when there are effective, affordable, natural steps you can take to fight off anxiety and headaches.

Lavender is an aromatic herb that calms the senses. And lavender oil possesses a whole host of other amazing properties: anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal, antidepressant, antiseptic, antibacterial, antimicrobial, antispasmodic, analgesic, detoxifier, hypotensive, and sedative.

Lavender oil benefits those with headaches, hangovers, sinus congestion and provides pain relief.

So, if you ever have any of these issues, stir up a tasty pitcher of Lavender Lemonade!


And if you need some lavender to execute this yummy creation, I have loads, so hit me up and I’ll get it to you!

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