Monday, March 30, 2015

Premium Lavender Essential Oil - 4oz Review

I was judgmental on the scent of lavender. When I was pregnant with Mica I had a stretch mark cream that had an over powering lavender smell. After that I just could not breathe in lavender. It was just too strong.

I've experimented with Premium Lavender Essential Oil, and now know that I have to mix it with other things to use it. Alone it's too potent for me. When I mix it with peppermint and lemon oils it's perfect!


Ingredients:  

100% Pure Therapeutic Grade Lavender Essential Oil (Lavandula Angustifolia)

Our Lavender Essential Oil is 100% PURE, PREMIUM, and undiluted, with no chemicals, additives, preservatives or anything else! This lavender oil is vegan, all-natural, and therapeutic grade. Purity and quality are our top priority, and we stand behind the integrity of our products.
 
Why Use Lavender Oil?

Lavender Oil is one of the most popular essential oils for its powerful therapeutic properties and wonderful fragrant aroma. I'm still getting used to the scent, but it's relaxing, and helps with my sinus headaches.

This naturally derived oil offers relief for both emotional and physical problems along with the added benefit of being a natural insect repellent. I could have used it in the garden this weekend. I got bit up by something.

The smooth, relaxing aroma and healing properties of Lavender Oil make it perfect for aromatherapy, natural healing, and household use.

Their lavender plants are grown without the use of pesticides, herbicides or any other harmful additives. This is very important to me!

Why Bulgarian Lavender Oil?

As one of the largest suppliers of Lavender in the world, Bulgaria's unique climate and soil conditions ensure that lavender grown is of the finest quality. The percentage of air humidity, temperature and precipitation at the right time of the year all contribute to the cultivation of lavender that yields a very high percentage of premium lavender oil. When comparing Bulgarian Lavender to other Lavenders such as French, most people prefer the sweeter, smoother, and less camphoraceous aroma of Bulgarian Lavender Oil over the others.

AVO oil has an unrivaled fresh scent that blends beautifully with other essential oils. I like to mix mine with lemon and peppermint oils.

Cost: $49.95 and it's on sale for $21.50!

No Harmful Chemicals • No Animal Testing • ECO Friendly • BPA Free • Vegan •  100% Natural • GMO Free






Health Benefits: 

Stress - Lavender is an adaptogen and has a calming scent than can ease migraines, headaches, anxiety, tension and stress. 

Sleep - Helps aid in relaxation. 

Pain Relief - Natural remedy aiding in relief of sore or tense muscles, aches, sprains, and backaches. 

Respiratory - Helps Relieve Symptoms of Sinus Infection, Cold, Congestion, Flu, Asthma, Allergies, Pneumonia and support immune health in the form of vapor or applied on the skin of chest, back, and neck by adding to carrier oil. 

Skin - Antiseptic and Anti-Fungal properties. Aids in healing acne, cuts/wounds, irritated skin, and sunburns. 

Hair - Repels Lice or Nits.

Digestion - Eases indigestion, stomach pain, and colic. 

Immune Defense - Commonly used to naturally prevent illness. 

Natural Pest Repellant - Repels mosquitoes and lice.

Directions for Use:

This product is highly concentrated. NEVER massage UNDILUTED oils, but rather always use a quality carrier oil. Add 5 drops of Lavender oil per 10ml of carrier oil. You can use Coconut Oil, Olive Oil, or Avocado Oil  to mix in with your oils. Use 1-2 drops for babies and the elderly.

I also put drops in a bucket, add water, and clean with it in the bathroom.

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8 comments:

Harry Flashman said...

Must work,since the normal price is pretty stiff. I imagine if people willingly pay that much, they must be satisfied with the results.

Theresa Mahoney said...

Yes, it is very strong smelling. I like to mix mine with vanilla for a soft air freshener.

Masshole Mommy said...

I like the smell of Lavender, but not if it's too strong.

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

I use it in my soaps. I like the smell of lavender. I just planted some outside.

mail4rosey said...

I've heard Lavender smells oh so good in person! I think essential oils are just skyrocketing in popularity right now, and Lavender is at the top of that list for being a fave.

(Terry) My Journey With Candida said...

I use a lot of oils for different things. I have been thinking about making my own soap one of these days. Just haven't found the time.

Charlie said...

The Dr's used to think I was allergic to lavendar but it turned out that rather being allergic is was more that my body was being overloaded by too much. It was in the oils that were being used by therapist on my muscles, it's in bandaids, and I was using it at night time. Now I can use it as i wish because I stopped having so many massages for therapy.

indah nuria Savitri said...

lavender is one of my favorite smells..it's soft yet soothing

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