"Exceeded my expectations quality wise." - Aliya O., London, UK
- Reputation as a universal healer with all purpose application
- Absolute classic oil for promoting relief of burns
- May be beneficial for treating an assortment of wounds
- Anxiety reducing agent
- Studies show suppresses allergic airway inflammation
- Helps dispel negative mental states
- Useful aid for breaking negative self talk
- Helps dispel angry situations
- Calming and soothing influence
Botanical/Latin Name: Lavandula angustifolia
Distillation: Steam distilled flowers (high altitude)
How Grown: Conventional unsprayed
Aromas: Fresh, sweet, floral and herbaceous
Chemical Family: Monoterpenol, Ester
GC/MS Tested: 100% Pure & Natural
FDA Approved: Generally Regarded as Safe (GRAS) Status
A universal first aid oil, Lavender is highly scented with a distinctly sweet, robust and floral aroma. As a universal first aid healer lavender has the most broad spectrum application of any oil in aromatherapy.
Distilling at high altitudes allows for lower temperatures and lower pressure for distillation of the oil. This makes it possible for more of the volatile phyto-chemicals to come through intact in the final product. High altitude distillation makes for a superior quality product.
Lavender oil was first cultivated in the high mountains of Persia and southern France. A hearty and robust plant, Lavender thrives in barren environments. This sharp environmental contrast has helped Lavender to evolve its natural power to heal.
A universal first aid healing oil, Lavender oil’s pure and clean scent is well known. Every home and office should consider keeping a bottle of it on hand.
For broad spectrum immune support and to relieve stress lavender oil may be your best choice.
In vitro studies show that Lavender essential oil acts to modulate both the immune, as well as neuroendocrine systems to promote broad systemic balance to the entire body mind system.
Other studies showed Lavender oil exhibited many desirable properties of an anxiolytic (anxiety reducing) agent, including a “calming effect without sedation, as well as a lack of dependence, tolerance, or withdrawal symptoms.”
Studies show that inhalation of Lavender oil suppresses allergic airway inflammation and may be useful as an alternative medicine for bronchial asthma.
Lavender oil is also excellent for balancing hyper emotional states. It may be useful for relieving shock, anger, impatience and irritability.
It may be beneficial for treating an assortment of wounds. Consider using Lavender oil to relieve inflammatory conditions like fever blisters, herpes outbreaks, rheumatism, sore muscles and back pain.
Lavender oil is excellent for balancing hyper emotional states. It may be useful for relieving shock, anger, impatience and irritability.
Psycho-emotionally, Lavender oil helps dispel the negative mental states of fear and worry. It supports freedom from compulsion and over clinging to one’s desires.
Lavender oil can help open the mind and heart to rest securely in the present moment.
It may be a useful aid for breaking the habit of negative self-talk.
RESEARCH STRESS RELIEF ICU NURSES
Harris Methodist Fort Worth Hospital conducted a controlled research study to examine conclusively the effects of aromatherapy on the relief of work-related stress for Intensive Care Unit (ICU) nurses.
The study showed, "the use of clinical aromatherapy is effective in reducing stress," said Erin Pemberton, BSN, RN, CPAN, LMT, CCAP, lead researcher and ICU nurse. Pemberton added, "ICU nurses are called to participate in end-of-life decisions and patient resuscitations, and support families through a patient’s journey. It is important for nurses to have outlets and options for stress relief.”
BLEND WITH: Bergamot, Clary Sage, Geranium, Lemon, Neroli, Sweet Orange, Petitgrain, Rose, Sandalwood
SUGGESTED USE ON LABEL: Adult: Dispense 1-3 drops on cotton ball or smell strip and inhale, or as directed.
CAUTIONS: None known.