Lavender (French) Essential Oil: (lavandula hybrida)
100% Pure, Concentrated, Undiluted, Premium Grade for Therapeutic Purposes
Lavender Essential Oil Properties
Aromatherapy for Scars and Stress
Floral, herbaceous, fresh aroma. Lavender oil offers a
multitude of benefits and uses. A must for relaxing and
calming. Not only is Lavender Essential Oil energizing or
relaxing, but balancing of energy. The scent will rejuvenate
and inspire a tired person and relax as well as soothe and
slow down someone who is stressed or tense. Apply a few drops to a tissue and inhale or
place on your pillow for a restful sleep. Add 5 drops to a hot bath for a blissful retreat. Add a
few drops of lavender oil to your laundry rinse, your drawers, and the water reservoir of your
iron for fresh smelling laundry. Dilute and massage on temples for ease of tension
headaches. Diluted lavender is helpful for emotional issues of abandonment, feeling
criticized; apply across stomach between breasts and navel. Premium Grade for Therapeutic
Purposes. Imported from France
Lavender Essential Oil Odor
Lavender Essential Oil Source
Steam distillation of flowers and tops, also solvent extracted
Lavender Oil Suggestions
Try Twilight Time, and L-Ornithine to sleep through the night.
Lavender is useful for skin care of minor burns, scars and dry skin.
Soothe minor burns by applying 2–3 drops of lavender essential oil to
the affected area. Rub lavender essential oil on dry or chapped skin to
moisturize the affected area. Massage lavender essential oil on or
around scar tissue areas. Lavender is one of the best essential oils to
Lavender is also a helpful relaxation and sleep aid. Massage, inhale or diffuse lavender to
calm your mind, body and spirit after a long day or stressful situation. Rub a few drops of
lavender essential oil onto your hand and spread over your child’s pillow to help him/her
Lavender is also a helpful household essential oil. Add a few drops of lavender essential oil
to a cotton ball and place it in closets and drawers to scent linens and repel moths and
insects. Place a few drops of lavender essential oil on a wet cloth or dryer sheet to
deodorize and freshen your laundry.
Lavender Essential Oil Packaged
0.5 ounce/15 ml amber glass bottle with Euro plug, tamper proof safety seal and safety
1/3 fl. oz. (10 ml) amber glass bottle with roll on applicator. Safety shrink wrapped.
Background Information on Lavender Oil
Lavender is a plant in which the essential oil is
extracted from its flowering tops. The flowers are
what give the oil such a sweet, yet powerful
scent. The purple flowers grow in on a "spike"
sprouting from the bottom of the plant. The entire
plant can grow to be about 3 feet tall. This plant
is native to England, France, Tasmania, and
Yugoslavia. Herbalists from across the world
have used the plant cure head pains, fainting,
and cramps for ages. Many zoos use the scent to calm ferocious animals.
Lavender Oil Uses
Lavender is mostly known for its uses of soothing burns, inflammation, cuts, wounds,
eczema, dermatitis, fainting, headaches, influenza, insomnia, hysteria, migraine, nausea,
nervous tension, infections, bacterial conditions, sores, ulcers, acne, boils, asthma,
rheumatism, and arthritis. Lavender upholds the spirit by bringing a sense of deep
relaxation, and supporting compassion and tenderness towards others. This oil works well
to support the mind by giving quieting emotional anxiety, and the ability to soothe
insomnia. Lavender's oil can do amazing things with the body such as, soothing burns, and
eczema, giving comfort to disturbed infant skin, relaxing muscular aches, calming
backaches during pregnancy, and leaving sprain swelling behind.
Lavender Oil Safety Tips
Lavender is non-toxic, making it safe for all skin types.
Lavender Oil Blends
To quiet emotional anxiety, bathe with 2 drops of Lavender
To receive a restful sleep, vaporize 4 drops of Lavender, and 2 drops of Sweet
To soothe burns, sunburn, or eczema, apply a blend of Lavender, Roman
Chamomile, and Spearmint to the affected area.
To calm irritated infant skin massage a blend of 1 drop of Lavender with 4 tsp of
To relax muscular aches, take a bath with 4 drops of Lavender and 2 drops of
To alleviate aching swelling as a product from a sprain, use a cold compress with 4
drops of Lavender, and 2 drops of Yarrow.
BioSource Naturals’ Lavender Essential Oil
Small, perennial, hardy, shrub, linear leaves, terminal inflorescence of small, highly fragrant flowers, blooms in early
summer. Extreme forms of variation according to terroir.
Mainly soothing and sedating but also anti-spasmodic, anti-inflammatory, tonic, and relaxing to the body. Hypotensive
(lowers blood pressure)
Ubiquitous uses with a very large spectrum of action. Used externally for many skin care conditions; used by inhalation
for a variety problems and in many relaxing products; some internal, rectal, vaginal uses. A primary component of many
cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, in fragrance and perfume compounds.
Lavender Flowers and Tops
A slightly, very pale gold to colorless oil, clear, non-viscous and watery, not intense odor (2 on a scale of 1-10), the scent
is a soft, sweet Lavender floral, with a herbaceous subsidiary note and unique spicy back note.
1.485 to 1.464
Specific Gravity @ 20oC
-3° to -11°
Soluble in 2 - 4.5 vol. of 70% ethanol
38.6% linaloöl, 29.82% linalyl acetate, 5+% 3-octanone, cis- beta-ocimene, 2+% caryophyllene, terpinene-4-ol, lavandulyl
acetate traces of many other compounds, 0.29-% camphor
Steam Distillation— Flowers and Tops also solvent extracted
Aromatherapy for Body, Mind, & Spirit