Lavandin Super
Lavandin Super
Lavandin Super

Lavandin Super

$13.80

Lavandin Super essential oil has a fresh, sweet, floral, slightly camphorous aroma that is more herbaceous than Lavender. A tonic for all systems. Lavenders calming and sedative properties make it a wonderful oil to help relax, fight stress, nervous tension and to promote sleep (too much however can turn it into a stimulant). However, this species of Lavender is not as sedating as Lavender blue (lavandula angustifolia). A regular massage with Lavender oil can also help provide relief from pain

 

Botanical Name: Lavandula angustifolia

Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled

Part Typically Used: Leaves and Flowers/Buds

Country of Origin: New Zealand

Description: Water-white or pale yellow oil. Has a fresh, sweet, floral, slightly camphorous aroma that is more herbaceous than lavender.

Actions: Tonic, Analgesic, Antiseptic, Antimicrobial, Anti-fungal, Antidepressant, Stimulant, Nervine, Vulnerary, Antispasmodic, Carminative, Diuretic Hypertensive, Prophylactic, Diaphoretic, Vermifuge, Insecticide, Parasiticide, Rubefacient, Deodorant. See also Lavandula augustifolia.

Special use: Pains of the head and brain which proceed from the cold, apoplexy, falling sickness, the dropsy, or sluggish malady, cramps, convulsions, palsies, and often fainting

Blends Well With: Spice oils esp. Clove. Lavandin, Lavender, Sage, Tea tree, Eucalyptus, Rosewood, Rosemary, Pettigrain, Sandalwood, Pine, Vetiver, Peppermint, Patchouli, Cedarwood.

Choose Lavender Blue for more specific skin ailments such as eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis and wound healing.


Botanical Name:
 Lavandula angustifolia

Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled

Part Typically Used: Leaves and Flowers/Buds

Country of Origin: New Zealand

Description: Water-white or pale yellow oil. Has a fresh, sweet, floral, slightly camphorous aroma that is more herbaceous than lavender.

Actions: Tonic, Analgesic, Antiseptic, Antimicrobial, Anti-fungal, Antidepressant, Stimulant, Nervine, Vulnerary, Antispasmodic, Carminative, Diuretic Hypertensive, Prophylactic, Diaphoretic,   Vermifuge, Insecticide, Parasiticide, Rubefacient, Deodorant. See also Lavandula augustifolia.

Special use: Pains of the head and brain which proceed from the cold, apoplexy, falling sickness, the dropsy, or sluggish malady, cramps, convulsions, palsies, and often fainting

Blends Well With: Spice oils esp. Clove. Lavandin, Lavender, Sage, Tea tree, Eucalyptus, Rosewood, Rosemary, Pettigrain, Sandalwood, Pine, Vetiver, Peppermint, Patchouli, Cedarwood.

Safety Data: Non-toxic, non-irritant in low doses.

 

Aromatherapy / Home Use

 Respiratory: Asthma, Catarrh, Laryngitis, earache.

Skincare:  Regenerative, Wounds, Burns, Cuts, Acne, Spots & Boils, Sunburn, Dandruff, Head lice, Scabies, Ringworm, Athletes foot, Bites and stings. Deodorant

Circulation, Muscle & Skeletal system: Lumbago, muscular aches and pain, cramps and stiffness, strains and sprains. Poor circulation and low blood pressure. Supportive oil for Rheumatism.

Nervous System:  Helpful with neuralgia & sciatica, nervous exhaustion and stress related conditions. Headache, Migraine, Shock, Vertigo, Fatigue/Debility.

Digestive: Abdominal cramps, Colic, Dyspepsia, Flatulence, Nausea, Indigestion, increases bile flow.

Genito-urinary / Endocrine Systems: Cystitis, Leucorrhea, Pruritis, lack of periods, pain and cramping.

Immune: Colds, flu chills and cold extremities

 

General Essential Oil Safety Recommendations

  • Do not take essential oils internally unless under advisement by a qualified medical professional.
  • Do not use essential oils undiluted on the skin. It is always best to try a small patch test first of the diluted essential oil.
  • People who are pregnant or have serious medical problems are advised to consult with a qualified aromatherapy practitioner before using essential oils.
  • Use extreme caution when using essential oils with children. It is safest to consult with a qualified aromatherapy practitioner before using essential oils with children.

 

General Disclaimer
The product information provided on this website is intended for educational purposes only. The information provided is not considered to be complete and is not guaranteed to be accurate. The information contained in this website is not intended to be sufficient to provide diagnosis and/or treatment of medical conditions. It is recommended that treatment of serious health conditions be done with the help of a trained qualified medical practitioner.

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Lavandin Super essential oil has a fresh, sweet, floral, slightly camphorous aroma that is more herbaceous than Lavender. A tonic for all systems. Lavenders calming and sedative properties make it a wonderful oil to help relax, fight stress, nervous tension and to promote sleep (too much however can turn it into a stimulant). However, this species of Lavender is not as sedating as Lavender blue (lavandula angustifolia). A regular massage with Lavender oil can also help provide relief from pain

 

Botanical Name: Lavandula angustifolia

Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled

Part Typically Used: Leaves and Flowers/Buds

Country of Origin: New Zealand

Description: Water-white or pale yellow oil. Has a fresh, sweet, floral, slightly camphorous aroma that is more herbaceous than lavender.

Actions: Tonic, Analgesic, Antiseptic, Antimicrobial, Anti-fungal, Antidepressant, Stimulant, Nervine, Vulnerary, Antispasmodic, Carminative, Diuretic Hypertensive, Prophylactic, Diaphoretic, Vermifuge, Insecticide, Parasiticide, Rubefacient, Deodorant. See also Lavandula augustifolia.

Special use: Pains of the head and brain which proceed from the cold, apoplexy, falling sickness, the dropsy, or sluggish malady, cramps, convulsions, palsies, and often fainting

Blends Well With: Spice oils esp. Clove. Lavandin, Lavender, Sage, Tea tree, Eucalyptus, Rosewood, Rosemary, Pettigrain, Sandalwood, Pine, Vetiver, Peppermint, Patchouli, Cedarwood.

Choose Lavender Blue for more specific skin ailments such as eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis and wound healing.


Botanical Name:
 Lavandula angustifolia

Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled

Part Typically Used: Leaves and Flowers/Buds

Country of Origin: New Zealand

Description: Water-white or pale yellow oil. Has a fresh, sweet, floral, slightly camphorous aroma that is more herbaceous than lavender.

Actions: Tonic, Analgesic, Antiseptic, Antimicrobial, Anti-fungal, Antidepressant, Stimulant, Nervine, Vulnerary, Antispasmodic, Carminative, Diuretic Hypertensive, Prophylactic, Diaphoretic,   Vermifuge, Insecticide, Parasiticide, Rubefacient, Deodorant. See also Lavandula augustifolia.

Special use: Pains of the head and brain which proceed from the cold, apoplexy, falling sickness, the dropsy, or sluggish malady, cramps, convulsions, palsies, and often fainting

Blends Well With: Spice oils esp. Clove. Lavandin, Lavender, Sage, Tea tree, Eucalyptus, Rosewood, Rosemary, Pettigrain, Sandalwood, Pine, Vetiver, Peppermint, Patchouli, Cedarwood.

Safety Data: Non-toxic, non-irritant in low doses.

 

Aromatherapy / Home Use

 Respiratory: Asthma, Catarrh, Laryngitis, earache.

Skincare:  Regenerative, Wounds, Burns, Cuts, Acne, Spots & Boils, Sunburn, Dandruff, Head lice, Scabies, Ringworm, Athletes foot, Bites and stings. Deodorant

Circulation, Muscle & Skeletal system: Lumbago, muscular aches and pain, cramps and stiffness, strains and sprains. Poor circulation and low blood pressure. Supportive oil for Rheumatism.

Nervous System:  Helpful with neuralgia & sciatica, nervous exhaustion and stress related conditions. Headache, Migraine, Shock, Vertigo, Fatigue/Debility.

Digestive: Abdominal cramps, Colic, Dyspepsia, Flatulence, Nausea, Indigestion, increases bile flow.

Genito-urinary / Endocrine Systems: Cystitis, Leucorrhea, Pruritis, lack of periods, pain and cramping.

Immune: Colds, flu chills and cold extremities

 

General Essential Oil Safety Recommendations

  • Do not take essential oils internally unless under advisement by a qualified medical professional.
  • Do not use essential oils undiluted on the skin. It is always best to try a small patch test first of the diluted essential oil.
  • People who are pregnant or have serious medical problems are advised to consult with a qualified aromatherapy practitioner before using essential oils.
  • Use extreme caution when using essential oils with children. It is safest to consult with a qualified aromatherapy practitioner before using essential oils with children.

 

General Disclaimer
The product information provided on this website is intended for educational purposes only. The information provided is not considered to be complete and is not guaranteed to be accurate. The information contained in this website is not intended to be sufficient to provide diagnosis and/or treatment of medical conditions. It is recommended that treatment of serious health conditions be done with the help of a trained qualified medical practitioner.