Lavender Essential Oil
Lavender essential oil, with its wonderful aroma, is prepared with a monastic recipe and one of its special features is that it fights stress, anxiety and insomnia. It is considered, in fact, a balancing herb, as it has the ability to adapt to the needs of each organism. This oil is a completely natural product.
Lavender Essential Oil: Properties
Lavender essential oil has antimicrobial, relaxing and regenerative effects and can be applied directly to the skin in case of irritation, burns or insect bites. Relieves migraines and dizziness and has an expectorant effect, is sedative and acts against nervousness and insomnia, fights stress and melancholy, tones and relaxes. It is also recommended as an antispasmodic and analgesic, acts against coughs, asthma, while relieving muscle, neuralgic and rheumatic pains.
Way of use
Lavender essential oil can be applied directly to the skin, so to relieve skin irritations or insect bites you can apply one or two drops. It can be used in the wardrobe against moths and is considered ideal for a relaxing massage diluted in jojoba oil or almond oil. If you have a ceramic device for essential oils then you can add 4-5 drops to fight stress, insomnia and headaches. It can also be added to the bathtub during bathing for relaxation and tranquility.
Essential oils are natural, effective and very pleasant to use. Their healing properties can benefit everyone. However, they should be treated with medication with caution and caution, following the recommended dosage.
- Essential oils should not be used, for ingestion. (excluding essential oils of oregano, thyme, basil and mint) and without a doctor’s advice
- During pregnancy and especially during the first 5 months of pregnancy.
- From people who suffer from hypertension.
- From people with severe nervous disorders.
- On infants (children up to one year old).
Essential oils should be used with caution in the following cases:
- Some essential oils (eg Bergamot, Nerazzi, Lemon, etc.) can cause skin photosensitivity to the sun’s ultraviolet rays. Generally we advise you to avoid exposure to intense sun for 4 hours after aromatherapy (massage).
- Essential oils should be used diluted in a base (eg base oil) when in contact with the skin. We recommend that you do not use insoluble essential oils on the skin.
- “Vulnerable” age groups (children and people over 60) should use essential oils in reduced proportions.
Net Weight: 10ml