Whether you use Lavender Oil for its topical and aromatic applications for its culinary and dietary uses, Lavender is popular for its fragrance, flavor, and versatility!
It takes around 2 sq meters of lavender plants to create one 10 ml bottle of lavender oil.
Lavender oil is steam distilled from the flowering tops of the plant.
Lavender is on of the most versatile and most popular essential oils in the world.
The word “ Lavender” is thought to be derived from the Latin words LIVIDUS which refers to the bluish hue of the plant and LAVARE which means to wash. This is because lavender has been used historically to perfume baths and laundry.
Uses of Lavender
Home made recipes for linen sprays, perfumes, body scrubs and more!
Treat yourself to an In-Home Spa Experience by combining Epsom salt and 4 drops Lavender and adding to a hot bath.
Rub a drop of Lavender onto your palms, then smooth your hands over your pillowcase before going to bed to enjoy its relaxing aroma.
Diffuse Lavender to enjoy its signature floral scent. Lavender pairs well with a myriad of other oils including Cedarwood, Tea Tree and Lemon