Applications of Lavender oil
- Perfumery industry – widely used in perfume blends and fragrances.
- Cosmetics industry – used in creams and lotions.
- Pharmaceutical industry – with its antiseptic action, its ability to nourish and stimulate cell regeneration as well as an antispasmodic, sedative or for immune stimulation.
- Medical care – antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties, medicinal benefits to treat anxiety, fungal infections, hair loss, burns, wounds, post-stress conditions, insomnia, bruises, frostbite, fungus, acne, headache, bronchitis, irregular heartbeat and much more.
- Aromatherapy, SPA and wellness – for its calming and relaxing effects. Linalool, in particular, is proven to reduce anxiety. It has the ability to reduce pain and lends a mild sedative effect.
- Cleaning – producing various equipment and supplies for cleaning.
Understanding the Benefits
Lavender essential oil can be used by adding a few drops to the bath, mixing it into lotion or massage products, or applying it directly to the scalp or massaging in a carrier into the joints. It can also mix well with many other oils, from pine and sage to cedarwood and nutmeg.
A detailed look Lavender Oil Benefits:
In soap making suppliers also sell this aromatherapy essential oil because it is widely used in soap production. This oil is know by aroma therapists worldwide as one of the most useful of all essential oils.
One of the additional benefits is that many insects don’t find Lavender Essential Oil appealing. This is why today many of the all natural as well as conventional insect repellents on the market contain Lavender as one of the ingredients.
Lavender oil blends well with countless other oils (pine, clary sage, cedarwood, nutmeg and geranium).
Lavender use has been documented for over 2500 years. First by the Egyptians as a perfume, and later it was discovered to have many other benefits. Romans used lavender oils for cooking, bathing and scenting the air. Its name is derived from the Latin verb lavare—which means, “to wash.” The Romans also used lavender oil in soaps and carried it with them throughout the Roman Empire.
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