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Lavender essential oil

Introduction

Essential oil is a fragrant volatile substance obtained from any type of aromatic or healing plant. All essential oils are completely natural products which are only influenced by soil, water, wind and the sun. Essential oils are a lot like fine wine, because they are never standardized, their quality may vary largely depending on numerous factors such as the country of origin, the exact location, the species used for the production, the growing conditions, and finally, all the care and expertise of the people who grow the plants and distill the actual oil. Lavender essential oil is known for containing hundreds of ingredients which are very efficient in providing the human body with a vast array of health benefits. Numerous scientific tests and researches have confirmed these facts many times.

About Lavender Essential Oil

Lavender has a very characteristic aroma which is sweet, herbaceous and it possesses a slight camphor note with many woody undertones. It is one of the most efficient ways of soothing and calming a person. Lavender essential oil is good for one’s overall health and beauty and it may also serve numerous purposes around the house. One can use it to alleviate the stress or to prepare various beauty care formulas. It is very important to stress out that only a 100 percent pure lavender essential oil must be used and it is a good idea to avoid all different sorts of synthetically manufactured fragrances. Artificial lavender cannot outperform the natural lavender essential oil, and it may even be dangerous in inhaled, ingested or even applied topically. Lavender originates from the Mediterranean regions, but nowadays it is grown virtually everywhere around the world, and the main exporter of lavender is France. It is a woody, evergreen shrub and it can be easily recognized by blue-violet flowers. It has been used for body care products and fragrant baths ever since the times of the ancient civilizations. The name has been derived from the Latin word “lavare” which stands for “to wash”.

Lavender became popular mainly because of the efforts of the founder of aromatherapy, R.M. Gattefosse. During his researches he applied the lavender essential oil to a burn on his hand and found out of its numerous health benefits.

The scent of lavender essential oil is very efficient in rejuvenating, inspiring, relaxing, energizing, soothing and balancing a person. It alleviates the stress and tension very efficiently as well. 

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