Oil Summary: Lavender Essential Oil ranks among the most popular and versatile essential oils. From ancient history to today, lavender has had much of the same uses. The Romans used it in their soaps; the Egyptians in their perfumes; and the French, during the Renaissance era, used it to wash their clothing. Today, lavender is one of the most recognizable scents and is often used in flower bouquets to provide a mild but satisfying floral aroma. A middle note in perfumery, lavender is known to have sedative properties and reduce stress and anxiety. Lavender essential oil is among the safest of essential oils, when diluted properly; it can be used to treat minor cuts and scrapes on children.
Botanical Name: Lavandula angustifolia
Extraction Method: Steam Distillation
Plant Part: Flowers
Odor and Color: Clear, colorless; with a fresh, sweet and floral aroma.
Contraindication: Avoid use if you are pregnant, and practice caution if you suffer from severe allergies.
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