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Lavender (Lavendula angustifolia) Essential Oil has a fresh, floral scent with woody undertones. It is said to be beneficial for most skin conditions as some believe it promotes the growth of new cells. It has traditionally been used on burns (including sunburn) and some people find it beneficial for use on eczema, psoriasis, and acne. It has also been reputed as a sedative and anti-depressant when used in aromatherapy.
* Lavender (Lavendula angustifolia) essential oil (no carrier oils)
* Used in aromatherapy for its calming, relaxing and balancing properties, both physically and emotionally.
* Easy to use in a roll-on bottle or dropper cap for use in diffusers.
* Ideally packaged to travel well.
Lavender has been used through the centuries for not only aromatherapy but it was thought to have medicinal value as well. It was believed to improve concentration, mental acuity and to reduce depression. It was also used for skin conditions such as perineal repair, acne, eczema, psoriasis, scarring, burns, hair loss and stretch marks.
Topical: Apply on location as needed - Dilute area with your favourite moisturizing oil such as coconut, almond or other natural oil. Health Canada recommends never using essential oils undiluted. When used for massage, never exceed 15% lavender to carrier oil ratio. Always test on a small area for sensitivities.
Diffuse: Undiluted in an Essential Oil Diffuser.
External Use Only.
* Store out of direct sunlight with the lid secured.
* Shelf Life: One year unopened. Freshest used within 6 months.
* Do not store in direct sunlight.
Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) - Product of Bulgaria
The information on this page has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease. Any and all claims of healing properties are based on widely-accepted scientific research done on the properties of the individual ingredients. Neither Health Canada nor Riverstone Studios / Riverstone Naturals endorse the practice of ingesting essential oils. Always consult a physician regarding health conditions.
Source: Essential Oils Desk Reference / Fifth Edition
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