Lavender Essential oil

£3.00 - £12.00


SKU: 5060233382682X

Product Description

Clean fresh, floral top notes with herbaceous undertones… The most popular essential oil, traditionally used for relaxation, sleep & general wellbeing

Lavender Essential Oil

Lavender Essential Oil is distilled from the leaves and flowering tops of the Lavandula angustifolia plant. A perennial, bushy shrub with silvery, grey or green linear leaves and purple, violet or blue spiky flowers.

Our variety of Lavender Essential Oil comes from our partners in Bulgaria. Bulgarian Lavender Essential Oil is rightfully regarded as one of the finest Lavenders. An ideal climate of warm summers and plentiful rain during the winter and free draining soil leads to higher natural levels of linalool, the key natural component of quality Lavender.


Clean fresh, floral top notes with herbaceous undertones… Lavender Essential Oil remains the the most popular essential oil.

Lavender Essential Oil Properties

Most of the properties of Lavender revolve around the balancing and normalising of body functions and emotions. Lavender can be used to great effect in massage and bath oils fo rmuscular aches and pains. Traditionally Lavender has been used to aid a good nights sleep.

Lavender Essential Oil is valuable in treating colds and flu. With the natural antiseptic properties it helps combat the cause, and the the camphorous and herbaceous undertones help relieve many of the symtoms. When used as part of inhalation, it is very beneficial.

For headaches Lavender Essential Oil can be put in a cold compress with a couple of drops rubbed into the temples… soothing and relieving.

Lavender helps relieve the itch which is associated with bites and applying neat oil to bites also helps relieve the stinging sensation. Lavender will help soothe and heal burns, but always remember for serious burns to consult a doctor, Lavender isn’t a replacement for medical treatment in the case of a severe burn.

Physchologically Lavender is soothing, balancing and calming and helps with mood swings and PMT. The calming properties of Lavender Essential Oil help induce relaxation and are therefore useful in meditation.

Lavender essential oil can be found in many high end perfum blends, when blended with care, it can produce some very sophisticated scents.

Latin Name

Lavandula angustifolia

Plant Family


Extraction Method

Steam distilled from the flowering tops, picked in morning dew and distilled directly to enhance the natural esther levels, quality and quantity

Country of Origin


Chemical Constituents

Borneol, Geraniol, Lavandulol, Linalool (Alcohols), Aeranyl acetate, Lavandulyl acetate, Linalyl acetate (Ester), Cineole (Ketone), Caryophyllene (Sesquiterpene), Limonene, Pinene (Terpenes).

These consituents are naturally occuring within essential oil

Oils to Blend Lavender Essential Oil with

Lavender can be blended with any essential oil successfully to enhance the scent of a blend or to enhance the therapeutic properties. Citrus, floral oils and herbs work especially well… Imagination is limitless with Lavender.


Due to the sleep related effects of Lavender, it should not be used when driving or operating machinery as it can make you drowsy.

Some people with low blood pressure may feel drowsy using the oil, if this is the case (and not the desired effect) cease use.


  • Weight: 0.03 kg
  • Blends Well With: Everything! Sweet Orange, Grapefruit, Clary Sage, Cedarwood, Geranium, Pine, Fir
  • Contraindications: Avoid During Pregnancy
  • Country of Origin: Bulgaria
  • Latin Name: Lavandula angustifolia
  • Traditional Physical Properties: Antiseptic, Fungal Fighting, Infections
  • Part of Plant Used: Leaves & Flowering Tops
  • Purity: 100% Pure
  • Scent: Clean, Fresh, Floral Top Notes with Herbaceous undertones
  • Key Benefits: Calming / Sleep
  • Traditional Emotional Use: Calming, Relaxing, De-stressing
  • Traditional Skin Use: Skin calming, Restorative, Bruises, Wounds, Sunburn, Stings
  • HS Code: 33012990
  • HS Description: Lavender Essential Oil
  • HS Country: GB

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