Botanical Name - Lavender - Lavandula Angustifolia.
Plant Origin - France.
Oil taken from - Flowering tops.
Extraction Method - Steam distillation.
Aroma Description - Fresh floral aroma with gentle camphoraceous undertone.
French Lavender has a sharper, stronger smell than other types of Lavender.
Traditional uses for Lavender Essential Oil include -
Strong antioxidant qualities help the body scavenge damaging free-radicals.
Useful for burns, bites, cuts, stings and bruises.
Antimicrobial effects protect against infections invading the body.
Relief for headaches - tension and migraine as Lavender has anti-inflammatory properties.
Helpful to balance and regulate sleep conditions - broken sleep and insomnia, encouraging a gradual return to normal patterns.
Good for pain relief - as a strong anti-inflammatory agent Lavender can be used to provide relief for arthritis, muscular aches and pains, and stiffness.
Stress and anxiety are reduced and mood is uplifted when using Lavender essential oil.
It is gently soothing and calming to the mind, and helps to release tension when fatigued.
Lavender blends well with -
Rose, Neroli, Linden Blossom, Black Pepper, Eucalyptus, Geranium, Grapefruit, Rosemary, Tangerine, Peppermint, Tea-Tree, Rosewood, Palmarosa, Pine, Clary Sage, Cypress, Juniper, Cedarwood, Sandalwood, Sage and Lemongrass Essential OIls amongst many others.
Mantra Aromatherapy Lavender Essential OIl is -
A pure and neat Essential Oil that has not been blended/adulterated or diluted in any way.
It is a Vegan product that is cruelty free.
Is presented for retail in a pharmaceutical grade brown glass bottle with a tamper proof cap and its own dripper insert for ease of use.
Each product purchased is freshly decanted from verified stock in the Uk in Wales.
Mantra Aromatherapy Lavender oil is a Therapeutic Grade product and can be used as part of a Holistic treatment.
Product Safety -
Always store pure essential oils in brown glass bottles in an upright position with their cap firmly secured in place.
To maximise the shelf life of any essential oil it should be stored out of direct sunlight, in a cool, dry environment. - A medicine cabinet is ideal!
Essential Oils should never be -
put on the skin without being correctly diluted first.
never be put in or near the eyes nor put on areas of damaged or inflamed skin.
they should be stored away from children and used with caution around babies, small children and pets.
care and Medical advice should be taken before using essential oils if you are pregnant, breastfeeding or if you have a medical condition.
Always patch test before using any new essential oil.