Lavender Essential Oil is valuable natural components used as raw materials in many products, cosmetics, perfumes, treatments, aromatherapy, phytotherapy, and in the field of nutrition for multiple external products. The products are consistently produced and controlled in accordance with the quality standards.
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Lavender Essential Oil
Lavender essential oil is obtained from the flowers of Mentha Piperita, by steam distillation. This species is the most valued of all lavenders both for its’ high-quality oil the flowers produce and its beauty as a garden plant. Its unbeatable scent means that it is widely used in perfumes and cosmetic products, while its medicinal properties have been long known. It is potent and demonstrates antifungal activity, antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties.
Lavender essential oil is a colorless to pale yellow liquid. It has a rich floral scent and smells more like fresh lavender. The fresh, floral scent of lavender has a calming effect on the body and can even be used to treat stress, depression and anxiety. In addition, lavender oil helps to treat acne and other skin infections. There’s all the reason to use organic lavender soap in your bath.
Linalyl acetate, one of the qualities determining constituents of lavender oil, was recovered in a higher amount from the oil produced by water-steam distillation. The percentage of linalyl acetate and linalool plays an important role in the quality of lavender aroma, during the conventional steam distillation process and spicies. Due to the main component of L. angustifolia is Linalyl acetate 25-45% and Linalool 25-38% while L. latifolia have Linalyl acetate only 5%. Both linalyl acetate and linalool play a major role in the anti-inflammatory activity.
Linalyl acetate, Linalool, (Z)-B-Ocimene, Lavandulyl acetate, Terpinene-4-ol, B-Caryophyllene, (E)-B-Farnesene, (E)-B-Ocimene, 3-Octanyl acetate
Lavender oil is one of the scents that is often used in aromatherapy. Derived from a shrub, the flowers are beautifully scented. Lavender is soothing as a relaxant, a decongestant. It’s also well renowned for its calming and soothing effect. Lavender can be an invigorating scent and it can decrease emotional and physical problems. Aromatherapy uses the scents in many essential oils to provide therapy for the mind and body.
- Eliminate the pain from your head
Lavender oil is also well known for its ability to relieve headaches. A tension headache can be caused by muscles tightening in shoulders and neck areas. Soothing lavender will help to calm these muscles and relieve stress and tension. The use of a warm or cool compress can help relieve these stresses. Simply add a few drops of oil to the compress and leave it on the affected area for around 20 minutes and your headache should be relieved. Massage the temples and your neck as well to help ward another headache away.
- Overcome sleeplessness with lavender
Lavender is very soothing and relaxing and can help to improve sleep. Use the oil in a bath before bed or add a few drops on your pillow to help lull you to sleep. A room diffuser can also help as it will slowly add the scent to the room helping you to feel relaxed and more ready to sleep. Lavender incense sticks can also be placed around the room for an added bonus. As the scents slowly waft your way you’ll be lulled into a restful sleep.
- Relieve anxiety and depression
Relaxing as well as invigorating, lavender can help to lift your mood and your spirits. Calming excited nerves will relax at the scent and you’ll be feeling better in no time. Lavender helps to improve your mental clarity as well as improve your sense of well-being. Add some to a tissue or handkerchief and keep it with you. Put some on a tissue or light an incense stick or candle to give yourself an instant mood lift. Excellent for depression and anxiety, lavender has made a name for itself in the medical world.