Peppermint Magick for Stress

September 15, 2015

Stress from work or over using your eyes on a computer can make you grumpy and out comes the bitch goddess. LOL To keep the Bitch Goddess away here are several herbs that may be used in substitution of peppermint in you bean bag eye pillow. You can use orange, lemon and lavender as well as beans,flax, or rice may be used for the bulk of the bag. When your bag is done you can Pe

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Silk Material Preparation

Step 1
Fold the silk material in half with the insides facing out, creating a 4-by-8 inch rectangle. Pin together the two sides of material along the long raw edge and one of the shorter raw edges.

Step 2
Measure 1/4-inch from the end of the material on the pinned sides, and sew the two pinned sides together using either the sewing machine or needle and thread.

Step 3

Turn the bag right side out, and smooth the corners. Iron the bag flat if desired, and leave the unfinished edge open for the time being.

Muslin Material Preparation
Step 1
Create another 4-by-8 inch rectangle by folding the muslin material in half. Pin the two long raw sides together, and then pin one of the short raw edges.
Step 2
Measure 1/2-inch from the end of the material on the pinned sides, and sew the two pinned sides together using either the sewing machine or needle and thread.
Step 3
Turn the bag right side out, leaving the unfinished edge open.
Completing The Muslin Bag
Step 1
Pour the flax seeds into the open edge of the muslin bag.
Step 2
Pour in the dried herbs or essential oil, and knead the bag to mix.
Step 3
Fold the raw edges in 1/2 inch, and sew the bag shut 1/4 inch along the folded seam.

 

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Completing The Silk Bag

Step 1

Slide the muslin bag into the opening of the silk bag, and knead the flax seeds to flatten the internal bag.
Step 2
Fold the raw edges of the silk bag inward 1/4 inch, and pin the edges together.
Step 3
Sew the pinned edges of the bag together 1/8 inch from the edge to complete the yoga eye bag.

Warnings
Some essential oils are irritating to the skin if they make direct contact, so use caution when using aromatherapeutic oils.

Tips
If you have sinus allergies or sensitivity to herbs, refrain from adding them to your bag.
Sealing your yoga eye bag in a plastic bag when not in use helps to maintain the aroma.
Things You’ll Need
8-inch by 8-inch satin, or other soft fabric
8-inch by 8-inch organic muslin fabric
Straight pins
Sewing machine and thread, or a needle and thread
1 cup organic flax seeds

Iron (optional)
2 to 3 tablespoons dried lavender or other herbs, or two to three drops of essential oil

Info provided by livestrong.com


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