- Country of Origin
- Latin Binomial
- Lavandula off. var. vera
- Other Names
- Lavendula vera
- Plant Part
- Flower Top
About the plant:
Where it grows:
Traditional uses and lore:
Lavender Essential Oil (Extra): Due to its pleasing scent and wide range of therapeutic benefits, lavender oil is the most popular oil in aromatherapy.
Lavender Essential Oil (Extra): Due to its pleasing scent & wide range of therapeutic benefits, lavender oil is the most popular oil in aromatherapy.
Burns, cuts, scars: Topical Application diluted 5% in carrier oil. If the wound is open, use undiluted in minute quantities. Helichrysum is preferable for larger injuries.
Sore muscles: Topical Application diluted 3-5% in carrier oil.
Anxiety: Diffusion, Topical Application diluted 5% in carrier oil, Aromatic Bath.
Sleep disturbances: Diffusion, Topical Application diluted 3-5% in carrier oil.
Generally non-irritating, non-sensitizing, and nontoxic. Be confident you are using true Lavender Oil, as Lavender is one of the most frequently adulterated essential oils.
The refreshing, floral scent of Lavender creates a calm, peaceful atmosphere, while instilling a sense of well-being. It harmonizes your nervous system with the perfect balance of masculine and feminine qualities. Lavender is healing, rejuvenating and cleansing for your skin. It is well-known for its ability to heal burns, as well as cuts, bruises, insect bites, sore muscles and scars. With its mothering energy and soothing aroma, it is the first choice in the treatment of insomnia and all stress-related conditions.
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