Lavender 100% Pure Essential Oil 10 ml.


100% Pure Essential Oil

Lavandula Angustifolia

Source : Hungary
Being the most beloved essential oil in the world for thousands of years, lavender is extensively used because of its remarkably sweet and deep relaxing aroma. If you are dealing with sleep problem and must inevitably count an imaginary sheep farm just to send yourself off to bed, Lavender essential oil is a selective solution to bring back your quality snooze. In addition, Lavender essential oil is a natural antidepressant that helps you find the equilibrium of body and mind. It also has wound-healing properties be it burn, cut, scrape by speeding up the wound-healing process.
Scent : Fresh Floral Herbal, slightly sweet and champhorous.
Family : Floral-Herbal
Note : Top to Middle



Physical Benefits

  • Eases muscle tension
  • Soothes skin irritations and inflamed skin
  • Heals wound and fungal infections
  • Uses as insect or mosquito repellent
  • Lowers high blood pressure
Emotional Benefits

Emotional Benefits

  • Calms racing heart.
  • Promotes restful sleep.
  • Treats insomnia and depression.
  • Mood uplifting and sharpens senses.
Methods of Use

Methods of Use

  • Inhale directly from the bottle or place 3-5 drops on a tissue or a cotton ball, and take a deep breath.
  • Dilute your essential oil with carrier oil before topical application. See dilution ratio inside the box.
  • Add 5-10 drops or more to diffusing devices.
  • Add 10-20 essential drops into water of 100 ml spray bottle.
  • Add 5-10 essential oil drops to warm bath water.


  • Possible skin sensitivity. Avoid contact with eyes, inner eyes, and sensitive areas. Keep out of reach of children. Pregnant and breast feeding should consult doctor before use.
History & Information

History & Information

Family : Lamiaceae Part of Plant Used : Flower Production Method : Steam Distillation Main Constituents : Linalyl Acetate, Linalool, Ocimene, Lavandulyl Acetate, Beta-caryophyllene, Terpinen-4-ol

  • Lavender is a shrubby flower-herb plant that belongs to the mint family and is found widely in North Africa, Mediterranean and parts of India.
  • There are currently up to 47 known species.
  • The word Lavender was derived from an ancient Latin phrase “lavare” meaning “to wash” as Lavender was usually used in perfuming baht, laundry and bed for its aromatic attributes

Additional information

Weight 45 g