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Pure Lavender Essential Oil Purenaissance Therapeutic Grade for, relaxation and sleep – Calming. Best for Aromatherapy and Diffuser 10 ml

Pure Lavender Essential Oil Purenaissance Therapeutic Grade for, relaxation and sleep – Calming. Best for Aromatherapy and Diffuser 10 ml

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What is Lavender essential oil:

Lavender essential oil is the most used essential oil in the world today, but the benefits of lavender were actually discovered over 2,500 years ago. Because of its powerful antioxidant, antimicrobial, sedative, calming and antidepressive properties, lavender oil benefits abound and it’s been used both cosmetically and therapeutically for centuries.

The Latin name of lavender is Lavare, which means “to wash”. This is because lavender flowers and lavender essential oil have been used since ancient times by the Romans, Persians, Greeks, and Egyptians as a bath additive and perfume.

The Egyptians used lavender for mummification and as a perfume. In fact, when King Tut’s tomb was opened in 1923, there was said to be a faint scent of lavender that could still be detected after 3,000 years.

Early and modern aromatherapy texts advocate for lavender’s use as an antibacterial essential oil. The leaves and stems of the plant were used to prepare decoctions against digestive system diseases and rheumatism, and lavender was valued for its cosmetic purposes. The Romans used lavender oil for bathing, cooking and purifying the air. 

Technical Data:

Common Name: Lavender, Lavender

Latin name: Lavandula angustifolia, Lavandula vera (wild), Lavandula officinalis (cultivated ). 

Appearance: Mobile liquid

Color: light yellow.

Odor: floral, herbaceous and rustic fragrance characteristic of Lavender.

Botanical Family: Lamiaceae.

Organ: Flowered top.

Processing Method: Steam distillation.

Type: 100% pure.

Origin: Provence, Spain.

Preferred uses: Dermal, internal, respiratory

Chemical composition:

Main chemical compounds

Esters (linalyl acetate) 30 to 50%

Monoterpenols (Linalool) 30 to 45%

Other chemical compounds

Monoterpenes (Terpinene) 5 to 12%

Physical characteristics:

A good True Lavender essential oil must have the following physical characteristics:

Density at 20 ° C: 0.880 to 0.892
Refractive index at 20 ° C: 1.450 to 1.464
Rotatory power at 20 ° C: -12 ° to -7 °
Flash point: + 71 ° C

    Storage conditions: 

    Avoid contact with eyes and mucous. 

    Keep away from humidity in a fresh place. Keep container closed after using

    First Aid Measure:

    Ingestion : Do not try to vomit. Rinse mouth. Consult a doctor.

    Eye Contact : Wash immediately and abundantly the eyes with a good running water at low  pressure. Consult an ophthalmologist. 

    Skin Contact : Sprinkle abundantly with water during at least 15 minutes.

    Inhalation : Remove victim to fresh air

    Properties of the Lavender Essential Oil:

    The properties of the true Lavender essential oil are explained by the presence of active compounds originally present in the flower heads of Lavandula angustifolia, Lavandula vera (wild), Lavandula officinalis (cultivated).

    For health

    Pain killer: The main active ingredients of lavender are linalool, linalyl acetate, terpinenes-1 and 4-ol: all have proven effects as analgesics (action on muscarinic, opioid and dopaminergic receptors). Antispasmodic: The active ingredients also have spasmolytic and myorelaxant properties by the action mediated by cyclic AMP, an important intermediate in the action of hormones. Regenerative and healing skin: The presence of camphor in the oil stimulates tissue nutrition and improves circulatory activity, which promotes skin healing and regeneration.

    Other properties:

    Muscle relaxant


    For the well-being:

    A natural sedative

    Linalool is a molecule with hypotensive, analgesic, relaxing and sedative properties. It reduces the opening time of the ion channels of the neuromuscular junction by blocking the Na + and / or Ca2 + channels.

    Indications of the true lavender essential oil:

    lavender oil has many indications thanks to the many properties described above.

    For health

    Burns, sunburns and other skin problems

    The healing properties of the oil can be used to treat many problems related to the skin: burns (without open wound), anti-lice repellent, sunburn, dermatitis (eczema, pruritus, cutaneous mycosis) , rosacea ...), nervous eczema in children, pressure ulcers and pruritus.

    ENT and respiratory disorders

    Thanks to the anti-catarrhal and expectorant properties of lavender, ENT infections are among the indications for oil:





    Rhinopharyngitis, rhinitis 

    Spasmodic cough


    Spasmophilia, oppression

    Headache and muscle pain

    The essential oil of true lavender is a very good analgesic. It is recommended for massage against migraine, headache and muscle aches, cramps and contractures.

    Other indications:

    Painful periods
    Hypertension or palpitations
    Nervous abdominal spasms (adults and children)
    For the well-being
    Agitation, nervousness, nervousness
    Anxiety and emotionality
    Insomnia and sleep disorders
    Irritability and moodiness
    Stress, anxiety and agitation of children
    Stress, overwork of adults
    Psychic tensions

      Tips for using lavender essential oil:

      Cutaneous application, massage:

      For all skin problems (sunburn, burns, bites, punctures) and circulatory, dilute 1 drop of real Lavender essential oil in 4 drops of vegetable oil.

      It is possible to apply 1 to 5 pure drops on the areas concerned, to calm the itching, heal wounds, soothe pain.

      Burn (without open wound): dilute in a vegetable oil and apply on the concerned part (a few pure drops directly on a small burn, for example on the finger).

      Hair, anti-lice repellent (children): 2 to 5 drops spread over the hair.

      Sunburn: dilute in a vegetable oil and apply on the concerned part.

      Dermatosis (eczema, pruritus, cutaneous mycosis, couperose ...) (adults and children): dilute in a vegetable oil and apply on the concerned part.

      Nervous eczema in children: dilute in a vegetable oil and apply on the concerned part.

      Hypertension or palpitations: a trace on each wrist or dilute in a vegetable oil and apply on the plexus, spine, upper back and soles of feet.

      Against lice: 2 to 5 drops spread over the hair.

      Nervous abdominal spasms (adults and children): dilute in a vegetable oil and apply on the belly in massage.

      Migraine and headache: dilute in a vegetable oil and massage the area concerned.

      Migraine at the temples: massage with 1 drop of pure Lavender.

      Painful rules: dilute with a vegetable oil and massage the lower abdomen.

      Muscle pains, cramps, contractures: dilute in a vegetable oil and massage the area concerned.

      For ENT disorders: dilute with a vegetable oil and massage the thorax, spine and soles.

      Otitis: apply 2 drops behind the ears (never inside the ears).

      Oral way

      Internally, prior consultation with a therapist is recommended.


      To enjoy the effects on well-being, it is possible to use the true Lavender essential oil by:

      Wet Inhalation: dilute a few drops of essential oil in a container of hot water and inhale the vapors;

      Dry Inhalation: apply a few drops of lavender essential oil to a tissue or roller and then breathe it from time to time.

      In case of stress, inhale the bottle directly, slowly and deeply, and repeat as many times as necessary.

      Lavender Essential Oil for beauty:

      1.  For Acne


      • 1 tablespoon aloe vera gel 
      • 5 drops lavender essential oil 
      • 5 drops tea tree oil .

        Mix all and store it in an airtight glass container.Apply it on face 2-3 times a day. it will also be a perfect gel moisturizer for acne prone skin. OR Dab some lavender oil on your acne and pimples using a cotton.

        2. For Dark Circles


        • 1 tablespoon aloe vera gel 
        • 3 drops of lavender essential oil 
        • 1/2 teaspoon almond oil 

          It gives moisture to the area around eyes which removes the wrinkles associated with dryness and alsofades age spots and dark spots and circles. It will also help to remove bags under eyes. Mix lavender oil and almond oil to aloe vera gel and massage the eye area very gently. Keep it for 20-30 minutes and wash it off.  or apply it as an overnight eye mask. Repeat daily for fast result.

          3.For Wrinkles


          • 5 ml rosehip seed oil
          • 5 drops lavender essential oil 
          • 3 drops geranium essential oil 

            A perfect anti-aging serum can’t be made without lavender oil. Mix lavender oil, rosehip oil and add geranium oil and store in a glass bottle. Apply on your face twice a day to remove wrinkles. Rosehip oil is a hydrating oil in the entire world.

            4.For Hair Lice


            2 tablespoon virgin coconut oil 
            5 drops of lavender essential oil 
            5 drops of tea tree essential oil 

              Lavender essential oil is useful for hair care because it has been shown to be very effective on lice, lice eggs, and nuts. Mix lavender oil and tea tree essential oil to coconut oil and massage the scalp for 5-10 minutes with this mixture. Keep it for overnight and then wash it off with anti-lice herbal shampoo.

              5.For Scars


              • 10 ml argan oil
              • 3 drops frankincense essential oil
              • 5 drops lavender essential oil  

                Pour argan oil in a glass dropper bottle using a funnel and carefully add all essential oils. Mix well and apply on the cleansed face twice daily as a face serum. Frankincense, argan and lavender oil aid in cell health and regrowth, especially in terms of skin cells. Not only does it reduce the appearance of scars, but it also helps to speed up the healing process, helping new cuts and other abrasions disappear. They are also known to improve skin tone and balance sebum levels, which will allow your skin to grow new skin over the older, scarred skin.

                6.For Dry Lips


                • 1/2 teaspoon virgin coconut oil
                • 2-3 drops lavender essential oil 

                  Mix and apply it your dry lips daily whenever needed. Coconut and lavender essential oil are the most popular oil of all. They are also one of the mildest acting and diverse with regard to its huge range of healing abilities. They are widely used as a perfect combination to treat chapped lips and ease inflammation and peeling.   

                  7. For Hair Conditioner


                  • 3 tablespoon apple cider vinegar 
                  • 15 drops lavender essential oil 
                  • 6 tablespoon water

                    Mix all and pour it into the spray bottle. Spray it to your hair and let it naturally dried. You will get smooth and shiny hair. Apply after every shampoo day or whenever needed. This will help you balance scalp pH and regulated oil productions. It helps to hydrate scalp and cures dryness.

                    Synergies with Lavender Essential Oil:

                    With the essential oil of ylang-ylang against hypertension.

                    With tea tree essential oil against skin conditions.

                    With the essential oils of marjoram with shells, Ho wood, mandarin, sweet orange, petitgrain berry for relaxation( diffusion).

                    Precautions and contraindications:

                    Lavender essential oil is a very sweet oil. It can be used from the third month of pregnancy and by children over 6 months.

                    Children: Applying products to the skin that contain lavender oil is possibly unsafe for young boys who have not yet reached puberty. Lavender oil seems to have hormone effects that could disrupt the normal hormones in a boy's body. In some cases, this has resulted in boys developing abnormal breast growth called gynecomastia. The safety of these products when used by young girls is not known.

                    Side Effects & Safety

                    Lavender is likely safe for most adults in food amounts. It's possibly safe when taken by mouth, applied to the skin, or inhaled in medicinal amounts.  

                    When taken by mouth, lavender can cause constipation, headache, and increased appetite. When applied to the skin, lavender can sometimes cause irritation, although this is uncommon.

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