Botanical name: Lavandula angustifolia
Linalyl acetate: 20-40%
Country of origin: France
Lavender is popular among both aromatherapists and massage therapists for its pleasant and calming floral scent. These lovely purple buds have been used throughout history to scent toilet waters and sachets, to spice culinary blends and wines, and to enhance traditional medicines. Lavender French Essential Oil is steam-distilled from the flowers of this little evergreen shrub. Pale yellow with a perfectly balanced floral-herbaceous aroma, this oil provides an unmatched array of attributes, including soothing, cleansing, and refreshing properties for the mind and body. A star ingredient in fragrant blends since the days of the Roman empire, Lavender remains extremely popular in natural perfumes and herbalists regard it as the most useful and versatile essential oil for aromatherapy purposes.
Quick and easy recipes:
For use in a relaxing bath to pamper sore and tired muscles, blend 4 drops of Lavender French Essential Oil and 2 drops of Vetiver Essential Oil. Dilute in 2 teaspoons of a preferred carrier oil and add to a full bathtub of warm water.
When dealing with sprains and swelling, add 4 drops each of Lavender and Yarrow essential oils to a cold compress for a soothing blend to help calm the mind and manage feelings of discomfort.
An old-fashioned home remedy to promote feelings of deep relaxation and encourage restful sleep is to rub a drop of Lavender oil on the bottom of your big toe at bedtime. For a more modern take on this idea, simply add a few drops of oil to a diffuser of your choice and diffuse before going to sleep.
A purifying oil, Lavender makes a great addition to household cleaning products, and when used in a diffuser, it makes a great natural air freshener.
This product is for external use only. Use well diluted. For topical application, a skin test is recommended prior to use. Avoid contact with eyes. If pregnant or on medication, consult a healthcare practitioner before using.
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Lavender French Essential Oil