Legend has it that people used to plant Geraniums around their houses because the pungent aroma would help keep evil spirits away. Today the fresh, sublime aroma of Geranium is a staple of the perfume industry.

This is a lovely way to add the soft, rosy green scent of a summer floral to all your clothing and linens. In the summer months let your clothes and bed linens air dry on the clothesline, bringing them indoors when still slightly damp.

Add 2-3 capfuls of this ironing water into the steam compartment of your iron and infuse the fabric with the fragrant aroma. Alternatively, place 2-3 capfuls onto a cotton rag or handkerchief and toss with your clothes into the dryer. The uplifting, sumptuous aroma will freshen your wardrobe and linens.

Makes 6 ounces

  • 6-ounce glass bottle
  • 6 ounces distilled water
  • 20 drops Geranium EO
  • 35 drops Lavender EO
  • Coffee filter

Get your dried, organic herbs, organic essential oils, bulk spices, loose leaf organic teas and aromatherapy supplies at the place where we shop – StarWest Botanicals!

Fill the bottle halfway with water. Add Essential Oils, cover, and shake well. Top off with remaining distilled water, cover, and agitate a second time. Allow mixture to mature for a week and then strain through a coffee filter. Store in a dark glass bottle and shake well before each use.

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This recipe is from “Well Being” by Barbara Close

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