– Eases muscle tension
– Soothes skin irritations and inflamed skin
– Heals wound and fungal infections
– Uses as insect or mosquito repellent
– Lowers high blood pressure
– Calms racing heart.
– Promotes restful sleep.
– Treats insomnia and depression.
– Mood uplifting and sharpens senses.
Methods of Use
– Inhale directly from the bottle or place 3-5 drops on a tissue or a cotton ball and take a deep breath.
– Dilute your essential oil with carrier oil before topical application. See dilution ratio inside the box.
– Add 5-10 drops or more to diffusing devices.
– Add 10-20 essential drops into water of 100ml spray bottle.
– Add 5-10 essential oil drops to warm bath water.
– Possible skin sensitivity. Should be tested by applying slightly on the fordable joint of the arm first.
– Avoid contact with eyes, inner eyes, and sensitive areas.
– Pregnant and breast feeding woman should consult doctor before use.
– Avoid using essential oils on children under 5 years old.
– Avoid using essential oils of hyssop, rosemary, sage and thyme in high blood pressure patients.
– Avoid using essential oils of Black pepper, Camphor, Eucalyptus and Peppermint in patients of Homeopathic.
– Avoid direct sunglight.
– Keep out of reach of children.
History & Information
Family : Lamiaceae
Part of Plant Used : Flower
Production Method : Steam Distillation
Main Constituents : Linalyl Acetate, Linalool, Ocimene, Lavandulyl Acetate, Beta-caryophyllene, Terpinen-4-ol
– Lavender is a shrubby flower-herb plant that belongs to the mint family and is found widely in North Africa, Mediterranean and parts of India.
– There are currently up to 47 known species.
– The word Lavender was derived from an ancient Latin phrase “lavare” meaning “to wash” as Lavender was usually used in perfuming baht, laundry and bed for its aromatic attributes