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lay (something) up in lavender

obsolete To preserve something and place it into storage for future use or access. The great house was sold off, and all their possessions were laid up in lavender to await auction.
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lay someone out in lavender

Fig. to scold someone severely. She was really mad. She laid him out in lavender and really put him in his place. If you ever feel like you need to lay me out in lavender again, just forget it.
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lay something up in lavender

preserve something carefully for future use.
The flowers and stalks of lavender were traditionally used as a preservative for stored clothes.
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lay someone out in lavender

tv. to scold or rebuke someone severely. She really laid him out in lavender for that.
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Studies in 120 patients referred to the psychiatry clinic of the Shahrekord University of Medical Sciences, Shahrekord, Iran, suggests that giving lavender oil with this antidepressant can reduce the length of time it takes this drug to alleviate symptoms of depression.
In her words, interest in lavender oil has increased in the past few years, which has led to more Bulgarian farmers turning to this raw material.
Lavender put wood and signage on the Kellys' property, blasted classical music, shone lights into their home and constantly belched loudly in their presence.
English Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia and the larger Lavandula X intermedia) is very hardy and perfect for our climate - especially 'Munstead', 'Grappenhall' and 'Seal' varieties.
We'd been living in a house in Oxford that belonged to Balliol College, and it had a lavender hedge.
Lavender is considered to be the most common essential oil for its calming, relaxing effect.
We started the Lavender Festival even before the botanical park was open to the public," explains owner and horticultural expert Miranda Tringis, "for the simple reason that all this beauty and aroma just had to be shared with others
Consumers both in developed and developing countries are spending more on organic essential oil products including lavender oil owing to their health benefits.
Milk Bath BOMBS MATERIALS NEEDED: 1 cup baking soda 1/2 cup citric acid 1/2 cup cornstarch 1/4 cup dry milk 3 tablespoons Epsom salt 1/2 cup dried rose petals or dried lavender buds 1 teaspoon water 3 teaspoons coconut oil 1 teaspoon rose oil or lavender oil In a bowl, whisk together baking soda, citric acid, cornstarch, dry milk, Epsom salt, and dried rose petals or dried lavender buds.
Ash, who runs Provence Lavender importing fresh cut lavender from France, inspired a lavender-infused ale.
LAVENDER LEMONADE INGREDIENTS: 10g lavender seeds 230ml sugar syrup (you can buy bottles of ready-made sugar syrup but, if you'd prefer to make your own - it's cheaper, combine 230g of caster sugar and 230ml of water in a saucepan and heat, stirring, until the sugar has dissolved, then bring to the boil for 30 seconds or so and remove from heat.
Two years after Gary VanDeaver defeated George Lavender in a race to represent part of Northeast Texas in the state House of Representatives, the two will face each other once more on the Republican primary ballot March 1.
Edde is currently promoting lavender to mark the close of its season in Lebanon.
Julie Haushalter came to start a lavender farm on her 25-acre property near Weyers Cave, Virginia, quite by accident.