Interesting Facts About
premium Lavender Essential Oil
Lavender is one of history's most celebrated and versatile essential oils. It is steam distilled from Lavandula angustifolia, a perennial, bushy shrub with a flowery top. Historically, Greeks used lavender as a perfume. The Romans used it in their baths for washing, for its cleansing qualities, and to deter insects. * The Egyptians used lavender as an ingredient in incense and perfume. Queen Elizabeth I used it in her tea to soothe tension. The many plant constituents in lavender essential oil contribute to a vast range of usage. Today, we use lavender as a tea and to cleanse, support normal sleep, ease occasional depressed moods, soothe sun-exposed skin, and reduce stress. * Lavender oil is one of the safest essential oils and can be applied neat to the skin. The benefits of lavender essential oil are limitless, and modern research will continue to yield new and exciting uses for this amazing plant.
Balances normal body functions *
Supports normal sleep *
Cleanses skin irritations *
Soothes and relaxes the mind and body *
Eases bodily tension and stress *
Who Should Use Lavender Essential Oil?
Those seeking a calming, relaxing influence and a break from hectic daily activities
Those looking for improved support for healthy skin *
Those looking for a lift in mental acuity and concentration.
Did You Know?
Young Living has three farms that grow lavender, located in Utah, Idaho, and France.
Inhaling lavender essential oil soothes and relaxes the body and mind.
French scientist Rene Gattefosse was the first modern scientist to document lavender's more dramatic skin applications. *
In ancient Greece, Pedanius Dioscorides, a physician, pharmacologist, and botanist, extolled the many qualities and uses of lavender.