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Lavender essential oil is the most known essential oil. It is very evaporative and popular in aromatherapy. Lavender (Lavandula Angustifolia) essential oil helps promote calm, relaxation, improvement in anxiety, nausea, menstrual cramps, and more.
Lavender is a multi-purpose oil cherished and used for many centuries for its floral, fresh, sweet, and herbaceous scent soothing and refreshing.
The word lavare came from a Latin word meaning “to bath.” Romans and the Egyptians used Lavender for bathing purposes; it plays a role for mummification purposes.
Later times, Lavender essential oil became a necessary add-on in many regions, including Greece and Rome. The cultures in these countries believed that Lavender could help to purify the mind and the body.
People used lavender essential oil throughout ancient times to treat many conditions such as anxiety, insomnia, hair loss, nausea, and more.
When applied to the skin, Lavender is often used to reduce skin imperfections. You can add a few drops into bathing water to soak, spread onto the temple or back of the neck; it reduces stress.
Lavender is recommended as a sleep aid and helps improve conditions such as sleep loss (insomnia) or other sleep disorders. People stuff lavender flowers into their pillows to help them get a better night’s sleep.
Alternatively, we encouraged that you can also drip a few drops of Lavender essential oils onto your pillow, the bottom of your feet, to calm yourself while preparing for a good night’s sleep.
Lavender is regarded as a kind of herb. The flowers and the essential oils are highly appraised in beauty and skincare. They are also used to make medicine but are commonly used in shampoos and perfumes for skin purifications.
Powdery, floral, light
Linalool, Linalyl acetate, Ocimene
Directions for use:
What are some of the side effects of using Lavender Essential Oil?
When taken by mouth: Lavender is likely safe for most adults in food amounts. It’s possibly safe when taken by mouth in medicinal amounts. When taken by mouth, lavender may cause constipation, headache, and increased appetite.
When applied to the skin: Lavender is possibly safe when applied to the skin in medicinal amounts. It can sometimes cause irritation, although this is uncommon.
When inhaled: Lavender is possibly safe when inhaled as aromatherapy.
Can we use Lavender Essential Oil for treating allergies?
Many had claimed that Lavender is a natural plant antihistamine. One of the studies in 1999 print from J Pharm Pharmaceuticals did conclude the findings that lavender essential oil is used to slow down the instant allergic reactions in rats and mice. We will recommend using a combination of lemon, lavender, and peppermint to relieve such allergy symptoms.
Mascara or my lashes will grow faster if I put Lavender Essential Oil onto them?
Mites inhibit the growth of eyelashes as they feast on them; the lavender essential oil effectively kills the mites; thus, lashes will grow faster. However, there is no scientific claim to support it.