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Lavender is familiar for its sweet, floral yet herbaceous aroma. This variety has a slightly sharper scent than the French Lavender. Undeniably the most popular essential oil for all age groups, it is therapeutically superior for a wide variety of conditions and definitely the number one choice for first aid. Lavender can be used on minor wounds like cuts and scrapes, bug bites, sunburn and minor burns.  Lavender is great for skincare and helps soothe irritated and sensitive skin. Of course, it is widely known as the best essential oil for relaxation as it helps calm stress and anxiety, eases headaches, and promotes restful sleep.  Supportive of healthy reproductive, respiratory, lymphatic, circulatory, muscular, and immune systems.

Lavender essential oil is a must-have for every home first aid kit.  Soothe sunburn with a Lavender and Peppermint spray, and keep in a roll-on with coconut oil for minor cuts and scrapes.  Lavender is great for soothing insect bites and stings - you can make your own poultice with bentonite clay, or keep it simple with a roll-on.

Use Lavender to make your own natural household cleaning solutions like these surface cleaning wipesupholstery and fabric spray, or freshening Lavender and Lemon Rug Powder.

The best essential oils for relaxation, make your own linen spray to promote more restful sleep, or click here for our spring flower bath bomb recipe to help wind down before bed.  You can even use Lavender to keep your hair and scalp healthy in this overnight hair treatment recipe.


Oil Name: Lavender

Latin Name: Lavandula vera

Country of Origin: Bulgaria

Plant Part: Flowers

Extraction Method: Steam Distilled

Note: Middle

Uses: Calming, Soothing, Restorative, Balancing

Blends With: All Oils

Safety Precautions: FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY. Keep out of the reach of children and away from the eyes. Highly concentrated. Always dilute before use. Use caution if pregnant.