Organic Lavender - 100% pure and natural essential oil (50ml)

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Organic Lavender - 100% pure and natural essential oil (50ml)

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100% Organic Lavender Essential Oil


Price: 20.90 $ 29.90 $

Highest quality essential oil of lavender has very positive properties on the psyche, has a calming effect on the nervous system, protects the nerves from being overly stimulated, soothes excessive emotions and increases well-being and quality of life.

In aromatherapy, essential oil of lavender is used especially for insomnia and restlessness. Its muscle-relaxing and anti-hypertensive effects are often used to soothe nervousness and anxiety. Pure lavender oil is also a valuable help with headaches caused by anxiety and similar circumstances.

Organic lavender oil is blessed with the following properties: strongly antispasmodic, calming, strengthens the heart, protects the immune system, anti-inflammatory, diuretic, analgesic, insect-repelling and itch-relieving.

A study by the Howard University College of Medicine in Washington found that lavender oil is one of the few essential oils that is powerful enough to stifle the growth of bacteria on the skin. For this reason, lavender oil is used in the care of oily skin, problematic skin and sensitive skin. Pure lavender oil also helps to regenerate cells, it is very beneficial, especially for redness or burns.

Aroma therapists are known to recommend natural lavender oil for the caring and calming effects on the skin as well as for promoting wound healing processes.

Our organic lavender oil is highly germicidal and is suitable for cleaning room air. It has an antiseptic, expectorant, analgesic and antispasmodic effect and is therefore an excellent remedy for respiratory diseases as well as for infections and inflammations in the ear, nose and throat area such as for bronchitis, sinus infections and inflammations of the middle ear.

For stubborn and recurring diseases such as skin or athlete's foot, the oil provides mild and lasting care.

All natural lavender oil does not only work to ward off insects but also inhibits itching from insect bites and promotes their healing. Lavender oil also has a decongestant and pain-relieving effect, is skin-caring and refreshing.

Usually, lavender oil is applied topically. As one of the few essential oils, it can also be applied directly (undiluted) to the skin.

  • It has a calming effect on stress and nervousness
  • Helps with sleeping disorders
  • Relieves bee or wasp stings
  • Effectively helps with headaches and tension in the neck
  • Positive effect on problem skin prone to acne
  • Stimulates hair growth and strengthens nails
  • Protects the skin from premature aging.

PSYCHOLOGICAL EFFECT AND AREAS OF APPLICATION

Anxiety, sleep problems, nervousness, stress and panic attacks

• Vaporizer: 
3-5 drops of lavender oil for a room size of 15 square meters

• Lavender oil bath: mix 2-3 tablespoons of honey with 6-8 drops of lavender oil. Then stir it into the bath water. As an emulsifier, the honey ensures that the water-insoluble essential oil and the bath water mix. As an alternative to honey, you can also use cream or milk as an emulsifier, for example

• Dry inhalation: rub 1 drop of lavender oil in the palms of your hands and then smell it. Alternatively, put 1-2 drops of lavender oil on a (paper) handkerchief and sniff it repeatedly. In the evening put the handkerchief on the bedside table or next to the pillow (away from the eyes!)


PHYSICAL EFFECT AND AREAS OF APPLICATION

Burns, bee or wasp stings


The lavender oil can be applied directly on the affected skin area

For first aid with injuries and wounds

The oil can be applied purely. You can clean the wound with lavender floral water, after which you can also apply compresses with lavender oil

Colds, runny nose, sore throat and bronchitis

• Inhalation: Drizzle 6-8 drops of lavender oil onto a cloth and breathe deeply three times. Inhale 3 to 4 times a day, depending on the intensity of the symptoms

• Steam inhalation: add 3-4 drops of lavender oil to a bowl with 250 to 500 ml of hot water. Bend over the bowl, cover your head with a towel, and take several deep breaths. The inhalation should not take longer than 10 minutes. This should be repeated 2-3 times a day

• Massage oil: add 30 drops of lavender oil to 100 ml of rosehip oil or almond oil. This oil mixture is suitable for massages or as a rub for the whole body

• Embrocation: add 5 drops of lavender oil to 20 ml of rose hip oil. Against cough rub the chest with it

• Dry inhalation: Put 1 drop in a tissue and sniff firmly. This clears the nose instantly

Inflammation

• Embrocation: 
add 5 drops of lavender oil to 100 ml of water

Hives, eczema and insect bites

• Embrocation: 
Put 1-2 drops of lavender oil directly on the affected skin area

Burns, cuts or grazes Apply a few drops of the essential oil to the affected area immediately. You can repeat this about every half an hour until you feel relief

Toothache

• Embrocation: 
put 1 drop of lavender oil on the sore gums

Earache

• Embrocation: 
put 1 drop on a cotton ball and place it on the outside of the ear (do not press it into the inner ear!)

Headache and neck tension

• Massage oil: 
mix 1-3 drops of lavender oil in 4-5 tablespoons of a fatty base oil (e.g. rose-hip, almond or jojoba oil). Use it to gently rub your temples, forehead and neck (protect eyes)

• Inhale: at the first sign of a headache, rub 2-3 drops of lavender oil on your upper lip and inhale the rising scent for a quarter of an hour

Skin problems, bloating, cramps (e.g. abdominal cramps, menstrual pain), muscle and joint problems

• Massage oil: 
mix 1-3 drops of lavender oil in 4-5 tablespoons of a fatty base oil (e.g. rose-hip, almond or jojoba oil) and rub into the affected areas

Muscle pains, bloating and headaches

• Lavender oil bath: 
mix 2-3 tablespoons of honey with 6-8 drops of lavender oil. Then stir it into the bath water. As an emulsifier, the honey ensures that the water-insoluble essential oil and the bath water mix. As an alternative to honey, you can also use cream or milk as an emulsifier, for example

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