Lavender Oil

Lavender Oil

Lavender is commonly associated with two characteristics: its scent and its color. However, you may be surprised to learn that the lavender flower and the oil extracted from it have a long history in herbal therapy.

Lavender is derived from the Latin root “lavare,” which meaning “to cleanse.” The usage of lavender may be traced back to ancient Egypt. Lavender oil was used in the mummification process there.

Lavender was later used as a bath addition in various areas, including ancient Persia, Greece, and Rome. Lavender was thought to help cleanse the body and mind in these civilizations.

Aromatherapy frequently use lavender. Simply hold a bottle of lavender oil to your nose and inhale to feel the advantages of its relaxing scent.

For a more continuous experience, put a few drops of the oil in a diffuser, which will disperse the scent around the room. Lavender spray, such as a pillow spray before night, is another great way to use lavender as aromatherapy. If you have children or like crafts, make a DIY lavender playdough to stimulate various senses.

Lavender has been utilized to relieve symptoms and give support for a variety of ailments since ancient times. Many of its health advantages have been validated by modern science, while others are still being researched.

Lavender may be beneficial in the following situations:

  • insomnia
  • anxiety
  • hair loss
  • headaches
  • chemotherapy side effects
  • acne
  • burns
  • eczema and dry skin
  • wound healing
  • mood issues

Lavandula angustifolia

Lavandula angustifolia (Lavender) Flower Oil

Light Yellow

Skincare, Cosmetics, Soaps. 

Steam Distillation

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