Lavender - (Lavendula Officinalis)
Lavender is an evergreen and fragrant shrub native to Europe. Lavender has been used since ancient times as much for its delicate perfume
as for its medicinal properties. It is one of the most commonly used, values and prescribed oils.
The essential oil:
The oil is stram distilled from the flowers. The oil varies in colour from dark yellow to dark
greenish yellow, and smells very highly scented. The primary constituents of the oil are borneol, geraniol and linalool. Lavender also contains
high proportion of phenol, and is a strong antiseptic and antibiotic.
Regulation of the nervous system
Calming, sedative, antidepressant,
Powerful Antispasmodic, muscle relaxing
General antiseptic and pulmonary
cardio tonics and calming the nerves of the heart, hypotensive,
powerful skin healing, regenerating skin external use,
infectious skin disorders, allergies or scarring acne, rosacea, psoriasis, pruritus, eczema
Wounds, burns, insect bites, razor burn, ulcer, ulcers, stretch marks
Insomnia and sleep disorders, muscle spasms, irritability, anxiety, depression, stress
Cramps, muscular spasms and contractures
Hypertension, palpitations, tachycardia
disorders of nervous origin: asthma, gastrointestinal spasm, nausea, headaches
Massage and diffusion for nervous disorders and to facilitate sleep
Massage for localized muscle pain and rheumatism
Apply on affected area as a disinfectant
9 drops Lavender EO + 10 drops Eucalyptus EO + 1 drop Peppermint EO. In application or diffusion.
Pure or following mixture- 15 drops Lavender EO + 5 drops Carrot EO + 15 ml Sweet Almond Oil.
Skin diseases: Tea tree EO + Lavender EO.
Keep out of reach of children. Some oils are prohibited to pregnant women and children. Keep away from flame.