(Lavendula Angustifolium) has a floral, light, and clear with woody undertones aroma and it’s the most versatile oil used in history. It is relaxing and refreshing that uplifts the spirit and helps to relieve stress. Its analgesic, antiseptic, and antibiotic properties make it great for handling colds, flu and coughs, best way to use it inhalations. This oil is excellent for refreshing tired muscles, feet, and head. It is great when used in burns, cuts, and when scaring is present. Add a few drops on affected area, dilute if necessary. Long known as a giving effective to relief insomnia, put a drop to pillow/sheet and submerse into peaceful sleep. When massaged into the temples, lavender essential oil may help to relieve headaches. As an insect repellent, it will protect clothes, sheets and towels (soak a cotton ball and place in your linen closet). It is great to use in dogs and cats when fleas come around.
Plant Part: Shrubs and Flowers
Country of Origin: Bulgaria, France, Mediterranean
Extraction: Steam Distilled
Appearance: Light and clear color. Middle note
Constituents: Alcohols (borneol, geraniol, and linalool), esters, (geranyle and Linalyl), and terpenes (pinene and limonene). Lavender also contains a high proportion of phenol, which gives it very strong antiseptic and antibiotic properties
Properties: anti depressive, balancing, calming, antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial,
Note: No information provided is intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. For children or pregnant, it is recommended to consult with a professional health care practitioner before using. The uses of aromatherapy substances, also known as essential oils are used for the well being of body, mind, and spirit.