If you’re fretting or anxious, and your mind is racing, our gentle, soothing Lavender oil will calm stress, eases anxiety and promote a good night’s sleep
IT can be used as medicine, a fragrance, for skincare and even as an insect repellent and has been treasured for thousands of years for its fresh, sweet aroma and its many therapeutic benefits.
What it Lavender oil does
Our French Lavender is a truly an “essential” oil. It relives pain and has antiseptic and skin healing properties. It is invaluable as a universal healing and cleansing herb for daily use.
How to Use
15 ways to use Lavender oil
Lavender oil FOR YOUR BODY
Body aches, headaches and migraines
When your body aches, massage into sore muscles, or add it to a bath. A cold compress of a couple of drops rubbed into your temples can relieve stubborn
Colds and Flu
Inhaling is an easy and effective to way to relieve congestion. For a sore throat, add 2 drops to warm water, gargle and spit out.
If you can’t sleep, put a 3-4 drops of Lavender oil in the bath or on your pillow for a restful night.
Nausea or motion sickness
Place a drop of on the tip of your tongue, behind the ears or around the navel.
Insect bites and repellent
Add 15 drops to olive oil or coconut oil and rub on to your arms and legs as an excellent insect repellent. For insect bites, a drop rubbed over the bite will ease the itching and stinging, and reduce swelling.
Minor burns and cuts
Put 2–3 drops on minor burns or cuts to decrease pain. Use it directly on skin as a powerful antiseptic to speed up healing — an essential addition to first aid kits.
Eczema or Dermatitis
Mix 10 drops of Lavender oil with one tablespoon of coconut or almond oil and use topically on eczema and dermatitis. Small children will find it especially comforting. Add a few drops to calamine lotion and shake before use. You can alternate with Tea Tree oil.
Spray our pure Lavender Mist – Hydrosol directly onto the skin or create a mix of:
- 8 drops Lavender oil
- 4 drops Peppermint oil
- 1 teaspoon Jojoba oil.
Pour into a cool-to-lukewarm bath and soak for 10 minutes.
If your cuticles are cracked and peeling, create a healing blend of:
- 2 tablespoons olive oil
- 10 drops Tea Tree oil
- 8 drops Lavender oil
Shake bottle well and massage a few drops into your nails and cuticles daily to soften them and prevent splitting.
Massage a few drops of Lavender oil into your lower abdomen or apply a hot compress to the area.
- 5 drops Tea Tree oil
- 5 drops Lavender oil
- 10 ml coconut oil
Use a cotton swab and dab the blend onto problem areas.
LAVENDER OIL FOR YOUR MIND
Overwhelmed by stress and restlessness? Lavender oil clears your mind, reduces worry and balances your emotions, easing mood swings, depression and PMS.
Anxiety and Stress
Rub 2–3 drops of n your cupped palms and inhale. The essential oil acts on the brain’s amygdala gland to immediately calm the mind. You can also rub it on your feet, temples or wrists.
Pack in your hand luggage so you can place it on your pulse points and keep a clear head during your time in the air or on the road.
LAVENDER OIL FOR YOUR SPIRIT
As an etheric antiseptic, cleanses on both a physical and energetic level. It brings the spirit into balance and is said to be the universal healing oil for the seven major chakras.
creates a peaceful, grounded energy, ideal for creating art, meditating, prayer or mindful reflection.
Lavender also supports intuition, imagination, visualisation and focus.
LAVENDER FOR YOUR DAILY LIFE
Add a few drops of o any recipe to enhance its flavour.
Add to your tea or water (especially sparkling water!) and to brownies, bars, cookies, dessert recipes, raw chocolate or salad dressings.
What’s in Lavender oil?
Steam distilled from flowering lavender tops.
Botanical Name: Lavandula angustifolia
Country of Origin: France
Aroma: Floral, Sweet, Herbal
Chemical constituents: Linalyl acetate, linalol, cis-b-ocimene
What does it blend with?
Blends well with: Ylang Ylang oil, Geranium oil, Lemon oil, Sweet Orange Oil
Keep out of reach of children
If sensitivity occurs, discontinue use.
Avoid contact with eyes and sensitive areas of the body.