Lavender Oil

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    • Ingredients
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    Lavender Oil

    Lavender oil has been a sensation in the market of the perfume industry for over 2000 years. If there were ever any formulations that could use lavender oil as a base, it would be either be the decongestants or the plant-based cosmetics. Lavandula angustifolia is a residually growing shrub that can be found in the tropical forests of Japan, Eastern Europe, and America. US has been the primary exporter of lavender oil accessories since the 1980’s.

    • Lavender Oil

    Dose: Up to 2 to 3 drops per day massaged into the skin or diluted into a carrier oil

    Lavender Essential Oil Origin

    The word ‘lavare’ used int he beginning of the name, defines the origin of this useful shrub that bears its origin from the plants that were once found aggrouped in regions where they were heavily cultivated by the local tribes. ‘Lavare’ is a Latin word that means ‘To Wash’. With a contemptuous feel of exotic survival, lavender oil has been doted by the crowd pullers of every class of the society. Arabs and Pharaohs replaced the oldest of their oils once lavender became popular in the nearby areas. Time immemorial has led us into believing that one can really profit in every abound from the uses of lavender oil that proclaim their sternness from the flexibility portrayed by their components.

    Lavender oil can be used in the following benefits:

    When added to the bathtub, lavender essential oil can enliven your senses in the morning.

    Many consumers prefer using it as a massage oil to compensate the water loss of the body that happens more during the summer or when you have more connecting flights in your routine.

    Levender is a prefect relaxandt frop a few drops on your pillow at night to help insomnia.

    Vaporized form of lavender oil through any medium can mint your breath in no time.

    Some of our customers have enjoyed the use of lavender oil as relieving spray for joint pain too.

    Lavender oil is a juggler when it comes to using its components for the purpose of energy muse. The cherishable properties of Lavandula angustifolia are brought to you by cis-ocimene, camphor, and linalyl acetate. There are over 180 bioactive components in this aromatic oil that are just waiting on our affordable pricing racks to be picked up by you.

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