Lavender pure essential oil, lavandula angustifolia, is a perennial favorite and one of the best known both for its lovely scent, its distinctive color and all around healing properties.
One of the main uses for Lavender essential oil is for burns or scalds as it seems to speed healing and reduces scarring by stimulating the cells to regenerate more quickly. Wonderful stuff, particularly for inquisitive children! A must for every parent to have a bottle handy.
Not only burns and scalds but bites, stings, grazes and other little nasties that happen in a day to small children or big adults –all will be helped by using this essential oil.
A spin off from applying to a burn is the calming effect it applies to the emotional shock of the injury.
Lavender pure essential oil’s antibacterial and antiseptic qualities make it helpful in inflammatory conditions of the skin like acne, eczema, dandruff, head lice, nappy rash, sunburn, herpes simplex and its decongestant properties make it effective for all coughs, colds or flu symptoms.
It lowers blood pressure, reduces palpitations, helps with oedema by stimulating the immune system.
It cleanses the digestive system, is effective for bad breath, mouth ulcers, nausea.
One of the most popular uses is for improving sleep. Combine it with Valerian and you won’t need sleeping pills anymore!
A wonderful essential oil for creating calm from chaos - it balances and brings order to our state of mind.
It is one of the few essential oils which can be used neat on the skin.
Floral, soft, warming. Strong scent.
Flowers via distillation
Evergreen woody shrub to 1m in height. Pale green narrow leaves. Blue flowers.
Highly aromatic plant.
Colorless to pale yellow liquid. Sweet, herbaceous scent, woody undertones.
Linalyl acetate, linalol, lavandulol, terpineol, limonene, cineol
Avoid if you have very low blood pressure.
Feb 25, 17 10:22 AM
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Feb 25, 17 10:15 AM
Hi, A few days ago, I started taking 6000 mg/ day of vitamin C. I divide is in 4 doses, each one dissolved in a glass of water (250 ml). Should I worry
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