Lavender is sweet and floral. Its soothing aroma is calming and naturally purifying for peaceful sleep or fresh linens
The sweet and floral essential oil of lavender is high in linalool, a naturally occurring terpene with many beneficial effects. Lavender's ability to calm the nerves is well known and the subject of many scientific studies. Simply inhaling lavender stimulates the same brain regions as those targeted by some harsh pharmaceutical medications. Lavender has purifying, anti-pathogenic properties. It has traditionally also been used to tone and heal the skin.
How to use
Diffuse into the air for relaxation
Sprinkle a few drops on your pillowcase
Apply on skin cuts or scars to promote healing
Mix with carrier oil for relaxing massage
Add a few drops on washed laundry before the dryer
Did you know? Ancient Romans used lavender to perfume and purify their hair and clothes. The name lavender is derived from the Latin verb 'lavare' which means to wash, bathe or purify. Also, Roman gladiators were known to apply lavender on their wounds to get back into fighting-fit as soon as possible.
Analgesic, Antiinflammatory, Antibacterial, Antiviral, Antipyretic, Antiseptic, Deodorant, Expectorant, Nervine, Sedative
Insomnia, Stress, Anxiety, Mood swings, Burns and cuts, Scars, Stretch marks, Bruises, Abdominal cramps, Headaches
Sourced from certified organic growers in Bulgaria