Lavender Essential Oil

Name: Lavender Essential Oil

Primary Category: Adaptogen

Also known as: Lavandula

Latin Name: Lavandula angustifolia

Effects: Relaxant, Adaptogen, Stress, Calmness

Effects of Lavender Essential Oil

Lavender essential oil is a fragrant essential oil obtained from Lavender flowers of the Lavandula genus, which includes lavender and its varieties. It is a plant in the family of Lamiaceae. 

It has been cultivated for centuries, with records of the activity dating back to ancient times. The plant is endemic to the countries on the Mediterranean basin and some other northern lands of lesser altitude in both Europe and Asia. There are different varieties of lavender that produce a variety of colors ranging from purple to pink to white. Lavender Essential Oil is obtained by steam distillation of the flowers.

There are many varieties of lavender, and they all grow in France. Lavandula stoechas is a variety that’s used for drying and cupping and grows in the south of France. Lavendula latifolia is an important source of lavender oil and grows in the south-east of France. Lavandula multifida is also called “grosso” and famous for its color; it’s grown farther north, in Provence, but was introduced to Europe by the Romans.

Lavandula angustifolia or English lavender can be found all over France and it’s our favorite variety. This variety is looked down on for fragrance purposes, but it has very strong culinary uses. Lavender plants are indigenous to southern Europe, North Africa, and Asia Minor.

Lavender plants can grow in any type of soil, under the sun or shade. They thrive best on dry, poor soils, but will also grow in more fertile soil if they are watered regularly.

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For ingestible or topical uses

These adaptogens are available as an ingredient or as a standalone product.

Formulations with Lavender extract

Lavender essential oil is widely used in clinical aromatherapy and herbal remedies to help relax the body and mind. Lavender oil has been shown in studies to have anxiolytic, mood stabilizing, sedative, analgesic, and anticonvulsant effects. For example, lavender oil appears to be an effective anxiolytic, mood stabilizer, sedative, pain medication, and anticonvulsant and neuroprotective agent in animals.

Lavender oil can be used in perfumes, soaps, and bath and body products. It can also be used in aromatherapy, which is the therapeutic use of essential oils. Lavender oil is a popular oil for massage therapy and aromatherapy. Scientists have found that when lavender oil was inhaled it reduced stress levels and has antifungal properties and anti inflammatory effects.

Lavender oil is known for its ability to soothe and calm. It can also be used to prevent insomnia, treat mild skin conditions, relieve headaches and migraines, and heal wounds.

Lavender Essential Oil smell profile

The scent of lavender essential oil is usually classified as herbaceous. Lavender is also associated with a woody scent that is often described as refreshing.

Potential effects of Lavender extract

Aging Gracefully20%
Mental/Brain20%
Nervous System90%
Sex/Libido 20%
Wellness Support90%

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