Lavender 100% - Essential Oil 10ml

Dary Natury
DNEOLA
Essential Oils
Lavender Oil is one of the most valuable oils in the world due to its versatile properties. In aromatherapy, it is valued for its relaxing, relaxing and anti-depressant properties. It...
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Lavender Oil is one of the most valuable oils in the world due to its versatile properties.
In aromatherapy, it is valued for its relaxing, relaxing and anti-depressant properties. It helps restore emotional balance, makes it easier to fall asleep and soothes headaches.
A floral and woody fragrance goes very well with other oils such as rose, jasmine and orange.
Lavender oil is a great remedy for insects, it is excellent at repelling mosquitoes, moths, arachnids and even rodents.
If you are taking preparations with iodine or iron, lavender oil will not be the best solution for you, and pregnant women should also beware of it.
If you want to apply the oil directly to the skin, dilute it first.

The oil is recommended for

  • for relaxation, with excessive stimulation
  • soothes skin inflammations caused by microorganisms
  • works well in the care of acne and psoriasis skin
  • repels moths and mosquitoes
  • for flavoring cabinets
  • as an addition to oils used in massage

Lavender - properties and healing effects

Lavender is a green shrub of the Lime family with narrow silvery leaves. The flowers have a blue, purple and even white or pink color depending on the species and variety of the plant. It includes over 40 species. Lavender is mainly found in the Mediterranean countries, it is also grown in many European countries and North America.

The herbal raw material is lavender flowers collected just before unfolding. It is from them that lavender oil is obtained, which is the most used essential oil in the world. It is characterized by a very unique biological activity. It may contain over 100 different ingredients, mostly terpenoid compounds. In addition, it contains a number of compounds, including:

  • 1-linalool
  • tannins
  • coumarins
  • phytosterols
  • dyes
  • minerals
  • polyphenols

These substances determine the healing properties of lavender. They act diaphoretic, diuretic and increase the secretion of gastric juice. The flowers and the oil have an antispasmodic effect on the smooth muscles of the upper respiratory tract, biliary tract and intestines. Lavender oil is believed to be a natural sedative, which is probably related to its direct effects on the central nervous system. Additionally, lavender infusion or oil applied externally may have an analgesic effect, inhibit the growth of microorganisms and soothe skin irritations. Applying lavender to your hair accelerates its growth. Lavender oil also has antioxidant, immunomodulatory and antimicrobial properties.

Natural medicine uses lavender for migraines, infantile colic and ear infections. Some people use it to relieve the symptoms of eczema (however, using a combination of lavender oil and other essential oils in an aromatherapy massage has been shown not to relieve symptoms associated with inflammation of the skin). There is also no evidence that lavender is effective for acne, vomiting and nausea or restless leg syndrome, although it is a common home remedy for alleviating these ailments. However, research on the positive effects of lavender on depression seems to be promising.

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Lavender 100% - Essential Oil 10ml
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