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Robinia | 13:12 Mon 19th Nov 2012 | Shopping
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Can anyone recommend a good lavender oil please? I've bought them in the past and they just didn't smell right somehow. It's mainly for refreshing wheat packs, pillows etc.

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http://www.baldwins.co.uk/
Baldwin's of the Walworth Rd in London ( not far from the Elephant and Castle) are true herbalists and do a postal service. They will make it clear whether they are selling the true flower oil or artificial versions.
By the way, they sell wonderful Pot Pourri oils and lots of other perfume oils.
17:06 Mon 19th Nov 2012
If you can, use dried lavender. It's much nicer, and doesn't smell fake/sickly like the oils can :-)
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Thanks for your reply Bluestone...I've got lots of dried lavender, I grow it in my own garden but I didn't think it would be ok to repeatedly microwave it...I wouldn't want my heat pack to suddenly turn into a burning hot pack! :)
http://www.baldwins.co.uk/
Baldwin's of the Walworth Rd in London ( not far from the Elephant and Castle) are true herbalists and do a postal service. They will make it clear whether they are selling the true flower oil or artificial versions.
By the way, they sell wonderful Pot Pourri oils and lots of other perfume oils.
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Thanks for that atlanta, there are some lovely things on there...I think I might be ordering more than just lavender oil. :)
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Come in, unpack your teddies, keep calm and carry on...erm....sleeping...if the lavender doesn't work I've got chloroform in the drawer.
If you'd rather stay awake and florals aren't your thing, try this
http://tiny.cc/c52hqw
ooo no, lavender and a warm bed....how lovely
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haha....go to sleep and dream about your trip on Wednesday
http://tiny.cc/zjaiqw
Lottie arrives with clothes peg for nose (to stop it dripping and also because I really don't like the smell of lavender and it makes me sneeze!)


Oight oight.
How, here I am. I don't mind lavender but hope it's not too strong, it is a bit biddyish isn't it. I like pachouli, but then I would.

Oh lawdy are all those Little muslin bags to be stuffed with 'er homegrown lavender, knew there'd be some snag to living here!!!
Oh I'm so glad to get out of that dusty museum .
Wheat bags and lavender are right up my street .
Got any joss sticks and velvet cushions Robinia :)
Oight Oight all ...zzzzzzzzzz
phew, this tidying up my computer desk is hard work. Where on earth did I get this Vote Berlusconi pen from, anyone? I'm sure he hasn't been in here.
Morning all, lovely fresh smell of lavender in here!

Have woken up with a huge fat swollen eye and no Mr N hasn't lost patience with me! It was sore yesterday when I was putting on mllage out so cannot do the bed washing as planned! I hate bonfires!
well that shot off before I could correct it! and I didn't even press submit!
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Morning all...dull and mild again. There was a bird singing his heart out, they must think it's spring but they're in for a shock.
Well this therapy seems to working. I managed six hours, seven would be ideal but it's better than four ....wakey wakey! squirts eau de smelling salts into the air

Loved Mr Selfridge last night.
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Put a cold pack on that eye neti...and don't rub it.
morning all, I must still be catching up on post viral sleep, took dogs out, went back to bed and didn't stir again till 11, it must be the lavender. Hygienist today so i had better get on.
looks like the apple tree will be in blossom sometime next week. That means a frost the week after that and no apples again. Never mind, it will probably look pretty for a day or two and what more could the home market gardener want.
that's early jno, my fruit trees are still dormant.

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