Botanical Name: Lavandula angustifolia
Common Name: Lavender Essential Oil
Country of Origin: France
Antiseptic, toning, analgesic, anti-depressant, anti-rheumatic, anti-spasmodic, anti-inflammatory, antiviral, carminative, decongestant, deodorant, diuretic, sedative.
Mind & Spirit:
Balancing, normalizing, uplifting aids with clarity and calming.
True Lavender is one of the most fragrant, versatile and useful oils available offering a wide array of aromatic and topical uses. Unfortunately, many people have been put off by Lavender in recent years due to all the synthetic oil going around but True Lavender has a wonderful scent and incredible healing powers.
You can freshen the air and uplift the mood of your home, office, or other areas with a few drops in a burner. It helps with allergies and nervous tension.
While in a bath a few drops of Lavender will promote relaxation and adding a few drops on your pillow will help with a restless sleep.
Great for skin complaints it can be rubbed neat onto the skin to help with cuts, bits and rashes and headaches.
Massage into overused muscles to ease muscle tension and general aches and pains, you can even apply a few drops of Lavender oil to sunburned skin to reduce redness, ease inflammation, and cool the affected area.
Massage 1-3 drops of True Lavender oil on temples, over sinuses, and on the forehead to ease tension and headache.
Rub the oil on chapped lips or skin to moisturize and condition them.
Lavender oil blends particularly well with most oils so have some fun experimenting.
Add 4-6 drops of oil to an oil burner or diffuser to enhance your mood. May be added to water for a relaxing bath and tonic.