Lavender Essential Oil


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Distilled from the flower spikes of the lavender plant (Lavandula), our certified-organic Lavender Essential Oil is one of the most versatile and popular oils available in Australia. Its soothing properties promote relaxation, reduce stress and anxiety, and improve sleep quality. It can also help ease headaches and alleviate both chronic & acute pain, making it a must-have for your natural first aid kit.

Lavender Essential Oil is also a popular choice for skincare, as it has natural antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties. It can help soothe and heal minor skin irritations, reduce redness, and improve the overall appearance and health of the skin.

Our Lavender Essential Oil is organically-certified in Australia, ensuring the highest quality and potency. Add a few drops to your diffuser, bath, or massage oil for a calming and healing experience.

Key Benefits:

  • Relaxation – Promotes relaxation and reduces stress & anxiety
  • Sleep – Improves sleep quality, including those suffering from insomnia
  • Pain relief – Alleviates headaches, arthritis, and muscle pain
  • Skincare – Reduces redness and irritation, and improves overall skin health
  • Insect repellent – Acts as a natural insect repellent

How to Use

  • Bottle – Place your nose directly over the bottle and take 1-2 deep breaths through your nose to inhale the soothing aroma.
  • Diffuser – Fill your diffuser with water and add 3-5 drops of Lavender Oil for traditional aromatherapy.
  • Evaporation – Add 3-4 drops to a cotton ball or tissue and allow the scent to evaporate naturally around you.
  • Steam – Add 2-3 drops to a steaming pot of water, then place your face over the bowl and cover your head with a towel. Breathe deeply through your nose for 2 minutes, rest for 2 minutes, then repeat.
  • Topical – Mix 1-2 drops of Lavender Oil per teaspoon of carrier oil, then massage gently into your skin or scalp.

Pairs with: most essential oils

Precautions: Always patch test on a small area of skin before applying to a larger area of skin or scalp. Avoid contact with eyes, inner ears, and sensitive areas. We do not recommend taking essential oils internally.

Culinary Use:

In the culinary world, lavender essential oil is used to infuse a floral, slightly sweet flavor into dishes. It is excellent in baked goods, lemonades, and cocktails, and pairs wonderfully with honey in various recipes. A drop or two can transform a simple dish into a gourmet experience. Always use food-grade lavender oil in moderation due to its potent flavor.

Medicinal Use:

Historically, lavender oil has been used for its antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties. It is a popular choice in aromatherapy for relieving stress, anxiety, and insomnia. Studies, such as those published in the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, have shown that inhaling lavender oil can significantly decrease anxiety levels and improve sleep quality. It can also be applied topically to help heal minor burns, cuts, and insect bites, thanks to its antimicrobial properties.

Traditional Uses:

Traditionally, lavender has been used in various cultures for its healing and spiritual properties. It was used in ancient Egypt for mummification and perfume. In Rome, it was added to baths for its fragrant and restorative properties. Lavender oil continues to be a staple in homeopathic remedies, spiritual practices, and natural beauty products.

Other Uses:

Lavender oil is also a fantastic addition to household cleaning products due to its natural antibacterial qualities. It can be used in homemade sprays to freshen up linens, wardrobes, and the air in your home. Additionally, it’s a popular choice in natural insect repellent recipes.

For preppers and those interested in survival scenarios, lavender essential oil is invaluable. Its multifunctional properties can address a variety of needs:

  • Medical: As a natural antiseptic, it can treat wounds and prevent infection.
  • Relaxation: Helps manage stress and anxiety in challenging situations.
  • Hygiene: Can be used as a scent in DIY soaps and sanitizers.
  • Pest Repellent: Naturally deters insects, which is crucial in outdoor settings.

Lavender Essential Oil is not just a product but a holistic tool that enhances culinary dishes, supports physical and mental health, and provides practical solutions in everyday life and survival situations. Embrace the natural elegance and profound benefits of lavender oil in your daily routine.

Interesting Facts:

  • Lavender oil was used in hospitals during World War I as a disinfectant and antiseptic.
  • The name “lavender” comes from the Latin word “lavare,” which means “to wash,” reflecting its use in baths to purify the body and spirit.


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