10 ml, 100 ml, 125 ml, 250 ml, 30 ml, 50 ml, 500 ml
3,80€ – 25,00€
Latin name : Lavandula grosso
Origin : Valensole, Alpes de Haute Provence, France
Organ : Flower heads
Chemotype : linalool, linalyl acetate
Method of production : Distillation with water vapor of flowering tops.
Properties : Anti-stress, anti-bite of insect, anti-lice, calming, sanitizer and relaxation of the muscles.
Lavandin is a hybrid plant between aspic lavender and fine lavender, but it should not be confused with the last one, because it contains more camphor and cineole, almost non-existent in fine lavender. Produced in France in Valensole, it grows below 800m above sea level and its stems have several flowers at the top. Lavandin essential oil has similar properties with its two “parent” species.
Use of lavender essential oil
In view of its exceptional properties, Lavandin essential oil can be used in very different ways for a wide spectrum of diseases and symptoms. However, in case of doubt, it is recommended to contact a professional in order to collect personalized and secure information, adapted to your medical situation, your profile and your age.
Skin application, massage
For all skin (sunburn, burns, bites, stings) and muscle problems, dilute 1 drop of Lavandin essential oil in 4 drops of vegetable oil.
It is possible to apply 1 pure drop on problem areas (scalp for example in lice treatment).
• 1st degree burn (without open wound) (adults and children): dilute in vegetable oil and apply to the part concerned (a few pure drops directly on a small burn, for example on the finger).
• Sunburn: dilute in vegetable oil and apply to the affected area.
• Dermatosis or skin inflammation (eczema, pruritus, mycosis of the skin, etc.) (adults and children): dilute in vegetable oil and apply to the area concerned.
• High blood pressure or palpitations: dilute in a vegetable oil and apply on the plexus, the spine, the upper back and the soles of the feet.
• For pain: dilute in vegetable oil and massage the affected area.
• For ENT disorders: dilute with vegetable oil and massage the chest, spine and soles.
• Migraine and headache: dilute in a vegetable oil and massage the affected area (when migraines at the temples: massage with 1 pure drop of Lavandin).
To calm tensions and fight against infections, it is possible to use Lavandin essential oil by:
• wet inhalation: dilute a few drops of essential oil in a container of hot water and then inhale the vapors.
• dry inhalation: apply a few drops of lavender essential oil on a handkerchief or a pebble and then breathe it from time to time.
Lavandin essential oil is one of the oils compatible with diffusion. To calm the tensions and keep the noise away, choose one of the following diffusion modes:
• Diffusion by nebulization. These diffusers, which propel essential oil through a pump, are the most effective, but their price is generally high and they can be more or less noisy.
• Ultrasonic diffusion (misting). Less powerful, these diffusers remain effective to benefit from the effects of essential oil in closed rooms.
• Diffusion by gentle heat. Pour a few drops of essential oil into the small receptacle of these diffusers. Under the effect of heat, volatile aromatic particles will mix with the atmosphere. Ideally used in a small closed room.