Lavender Organic Lavandula angustifolia, commonly known as English lavender, French lavender or true lavender, is sometimes referred to as Lavandula officinalis; however, the correct botanical name is Lavandula angustifolia. Has a soft floral top note with hints of anise, a sweet, resinous middle note and lightly wooded and earthy undertones.
French scientist, René Gattefossé, was severely burned in a laboratory accident and immersed his hand in a vat of Lavender. Gattefossé found that Lavender oil promoted tissue regeneration quickly and healed the wound with no scarring!
True Lavender Organic AOC Essential Oil has many different qualities, including relaxant, sedative, hypotensive (blood pressure-lowering), antispasmodic, analgesic, antiseptic, antibacterial, antiviral, and antifungal properties.
Of course, Lavender Organic AOC Essential Oil psychological effects are very well-known—an excellent anti-stress remedy, lavender oil improves states of irritability, impatience, extreme panic and hysteria.
Lavender Organic AOC Essential Oil analgesic action makes it effective for treating headaches, especially migraines, and rheumatic pain. In fact, a blind, randomized 10-day clinical trial to evaluate the analgesic effects of lavender oil for perineal discomfort was conducted upon 635 mothers.
Women using pure Lavender Fine AOC Essential Oil as a bath additive recorded lower mean discomfort scores between the 3rd and 5th days than women using either a synthetic lavender oil or an inert substance. Incidentally, reduced discomfort during these days is significant, as this is when women are usually discharged home and perineal discomfort is high.
Lavender Organic AOC Essential Oil anti-inflammatory properties make it useful for treating all types of skin problems and irritations, from pore congestion and acne, to itching insect bites and small cuts, to puffiness and skin inflammation, including burns, abrasions and sunburn.
Lavender Organic AOC Essential Oil cooling effect is likewise beneficial for sunstroke and heat exhaustion. Gentle application of oils such as Lavandula angustifolia (lavender), Chamaemelum nobile (Roman chamomile), and Rose Bulgaria are also believed to protect the skin against radiotherapy and to bring quick relief and facilitate the healing of post-radiation burns. However, it is recommended to not apply oils to the skin during the actual radiotherapy.
Lavender Organic AOC Essential Oil contains linalol, a substance with strong sedative effects that makes this oil such an effective relaxant. For example, the sedative properties of lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) oil were studied, resulting induced hyperactivity observed by researchers was decreased to nearly a normal motility only by means of inhalation of the lavender oil.
Such results lend credibility to the aromatherapeutical use of herbal pillows in folk medicine for reducing stress and enhancing sleep.
Today, clinical uses of Lavender Fine AOC Essential Oil include the treatment of neurasthenia and insomnia, due to the confirmed action of lavender oil on the cerebrospinal nervous system. Preliminary findings by Japanese researchers have also confirmed that inhalation of lavender oil increases alpha-wave activity (a sign of relaxation).
Numerous studies in clinical settings have been conducted using Lavender Fine AOC Essential Oil. An experimental study to determine the effects of aromatherapy on patients in intensive care was conducted at the Royal Bershire Hospital in England. Individuals were randomly selected to receive either massage, a period of rest, or aromatherapy using Lavender Fine AOC Essential Oil.
Study results showed that those receiving aromatherapy reported significantly greater improvement in their mood and perceived levels of anxiety. The participants also reported feeling less anxious and more positive immediately following aromatherapy.
Such instantaneous results are plausible, since researchers have confirmed thatLavender Fine AOC Essential Oil is quickly absorbed through the skin—the highest concentration of linalool (a main constituent of lavender) in the blood can be detected within 20 minutes following topical application of Lavender Fine AOC Essential Oil.
Furthermore, computer measurements have verified the sedating action of inhaled Lavender Fine AOC Essential Oil on the central nervous system.
Another study, published in the International Journal of Aromatherapy, showed that 91% of intensive-care patients receiving a massage with lavender experienced a decrease in heart rate of 11-15 beats per minute. Such results confirmed a relaxation response and demonstrated that massage with an essential oil, such as Lavender Fine AOC Essential Oil, was more effective for reducing stress than massage alone.
Lavender AOC Essential Oil has demonstrated additional cardiovascular benefits. Due to its high ester content, including the ester linalyl acetate, lavender oil provides strong antispasmodic activity.
Lavender AOC Essential Oil is medically applied as an antispasmodic to alleviate heart palpitations and tachycardia. Researchers have also studied the effects of inhaling lavender oil on experimental atherosclerosis. Although no effect was observed on the cholesterol content in the blood, there was a reduction of cholesterol in the aorta and a reduction of the effect of atherosclerotic plaque on the aorta. Thus, the inhalation of lavender oil appears to exert an angioprotective effect.
Aromatherapy may eventually become a regular component in the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease. According to an article published in the International Journal of Aromatherapy, essential oils have been used to enhance the quality of life of Alzheimer’s patients.
For example, the essential oils of Geranium and Lavender Fine AOC Essential Oil are used to trigger fond memories of cooking and plants, while eucalyptus, peppermint and pine oils are used to stimulate conversation and overall memory.
Lavender Fine AOC Essential Oil has also proven beneficial in the treatment of infectious diseases, including vaginal disorders such as leukorrhea. Its antiseptic and fungicidal properties make it an excellent aerosol disinfectant, useful for all respiratory and sinus problems. Linalyl acetate contributes to Lavender Fine AOC Essential Oil antiviral and antifungal activity.
A study was conducted in France to determine which essential oils would purify and deodorize the air, destroying bacteria such as Proteus, Staphylococcus aureus and Streptococcus pyogenes. Several vaporized essential oils were found to effectively destroy 90% of microbes within 3 hours, including Clove Bud, Lavender Fine Essential oil AOC, Lemon Bio, Peppermint, Pine Needle, Rosemary and Thyme Linalol BIO.
Many people are unaware that essential oils have been utilized in cough medicines for years. Some researchers believe that the expectorant ability of such medicines is due to the local action of essential oils on the respiratory tract lining during exhalation (after the cough medicine has been swallowed).
Some companies will substitute a species within the family where the fragrance is similar! But remember, then it will have different properties and uses, so please be aware of this.
What is the Aromatic Affect on the Mind? Calming, relaxing, and balancing. Eases anger and frustration.
Children can benefit from a calm, predictable routine at a consistent time each night. When Lavender Fine AOC Essential Oil is added to the regimen, it can be even more effective. Rub a few drops of oil on the soles of the little one’s feet. We have even put a few drops on our fingers and touched the under-side of their noses so they would smell it and develop a calming routine with a familiar smell. And, since the smell center of the brain is very close to the memory center, this kind of pattern can produce strong, peaceful memories for little ones as they grow older.
So since 1 ml is 20 drops, for every 1 ml of carrier oil, you would add 1 drop of EO. Be sure to do a patch test to make sure your skin does not have an adverse reaction to the oils. The inner forearm is a great place to do a test since the skin is delicate, similar to facial skin.
1% Dilution: — This dilution is used for children under 12, and seniors over 65, pregnant women and people with long-term illnesses or immune systems disorders. A 1% dilution is also a good place to start with individuals who are generally sensitive to fragrances, chemicals or other environmental pollutants.
2% Dilution — This dilution is used on adults in good health for blends that support skin care, for natural perfumes, bath oils, and blends you use everyday or long-term.
3% Dilution — This dilution is used when creating a blend for an acute injury, pain relief or getting through a cold or flu. Blends made at this dilution are used only for a week or two.
Neat: Using essential oils “neat” (meaning undiluted – essential oil without any carrier) is inadvisable except in very specific situations. There are two reasons for this: 1) you can develop a sensitivity to the oils; and 2) many essential oils are too irritating to use without dilution. Oils can be used neat as follows: Small specific areas, acute situations (cut or wound, bee sting, bug bite and burn) and for short-term use. These must be highest quality, non-oxidized oils.
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