Lavender Flower (French) Essential Oil

Lavender, French (lavendula angustifolia)
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  • French lavender essential oil for aromatherapy has calming, soothing, and relaxing properties.
  • Calming, soothing, and relaxing effects.
  • Soft, powdery, floral aroma.
  • Blends well with any oil.
  • To ensure a consistent scent, French lavender is standardized to have a minimum ester content of at least 40%.
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What is French Lavender Essential Oil?

Lavender is the most popular oil in aromatherapy thanks to its wide array of properties, lack of toxicity, and balanced aroma. A native Mediterranean shrub, lavender is steam distilled to extract the essential oil. French lavender essential oil is calming, soothing, and relaxing. The soft, powdery, floral aroma is appealing and comforting. Its versatile scent makes lavender an ideal oil to blend with any other oil. French lavender is standardized to have a minimum ester content (linalyl acetate) of at least 40 percent, ensuring a consistent floral scent.

What makes Native Remedies® Essential Oils Better?

  • 100% pure.
  • Sustainably harvested.
  • Quality tested.
  • Made in GMP-certified facilities.
  • Kosher certified.
  • Validated by GC-MS (gas chromatography-mass spectrometry) and FTIR (Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy).
  • Inspected by organoleptic methods.
  • Each batch of oil is physically inspected by hand for color, clarity, and viscosity.

Essential oils are not technically oils. Rather they are highly concentrated plant constituents that possess medicinal and cosmetic qualities. Most essential oils are high in antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral properties. Essential oils are miniscule in molecular size. They do not absorb in the body over time. It's important to note that fragrance oils and essential oils are not the same thing. Essential oils are wholly natural and cannot be patented. Enormous amounts of plants are needed to produce essential oil. For example, it takes more than 4,000 pounds of Bulgarian roses to produce one pound of essential oil. It takes 100 pounds of lavender to produce one pound of lavender essential oil.

What are the ingredients?

100% pure French lavender essential oil.

How do I use French Lavender Essential Oil?

For aromatherapy, essential oils can be used in a diffuser. Smelling essential oils, with or without a diffuser, provides benefits. Use essential oils to help your mood. Do not apply essential oils topically without first diluting in a carrier oil. Do not ingest essential oils.

With proper care, essential oils will last for at least 5 years. Store your essential oils in dark glass bottles, out of direct sunlight.

Avoid contact with your eyes. Keep all essential oils out of the reach of children. And remember: What you are allergic to in food, you will be allergic to in essential oils.

A few more words of general caution and safety:

Essential oils are highly concentrated plant constituents that possess medicinal and cosmetic qualities, and should be treated with caution. They are for external use only. Dilution is an important part of topical essential oil use, and many helpful consumer references are available. If you have sensitive skin, do a small patch test before using new oils to make sure no irritation occurs. If you are pregnant, have high blood pressure, or are using on babies or children, please take special caution. Citrus oils react to light in high concentrations (they are photosensitive), so please avoid using them on your skin immediately before extended sun exposure.

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Eucalyptus Essential Oil
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What is Eucalyptus Essential Oil? Our Eucalyptus Essential Oil is derived from its namesake tree, a tall evergreen that grows to more than 250 feet tall. Farmers collect leaves shed by the tree and the plant material is steam distilled to release the oil. This established system provides a living wage to a large number of small farmers. Eucalyptus essential oil offers cooling, refreshing, and purifying properties. With a crisp camphor-like, woody aroma, it adds fresh top notes to blends. Favorite blends with eucalyptus are lavender, lemon, and cedarwood. What makes Native Remedies® Essential Oils Better? 100% pure. Sustainably harvested. Quality tested. Made in GMP-certified facilities. Kosher certified. Validated by GC-MS (gas chromatography-mass spectrometry) and FTIR (Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy). Inspected by organoleptic methods. Each batch of oil is physically inspected by hand for color, clarity, and viscosity. Essential oils are not technically oils. Rather they are highly concentrated plant constituents that possess medicinal and cosmetic qualities. Most essential oils are high in antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral properties. Essential oils are miniscule in molecular size. They do not absorb in the body over time. It's important to note that fragrance oils and essential oils are not the same thing. Essential oils are wholly natural and cannot be patented. Enormous amounts of plants are needed to produce essential oil. For example, it takes more than 4,000 pounds of Bulgarian roses to produce one pound of essential oil, and it takes 100 pounds of lavender to produce one pound of lavender essential oil.
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Lavender Flower (Bulgarian) Essential Oil
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What is Bulgarian Lavender Essential Oil? Bulgarian lavender is prized as the most therapeutic lavender of the finest quality. Steam distilled from the flowering tops of the Bulgarian lavender plant, this lavender oil has a distinct scent thanks to Bulgaria's unique soil conditions and climate. The oil has balancing, soothing, and calming properties. Thanks to its wide array of beneficial properties, its balanced aroma and lack of toxicity, lavender is the most popular oil in aromatherapy. The versatile aroma of Bulgarian lavender blends well with all other oils. What makes Native Remedies® Essential Oils Better? 100% pure. Sustainably harvested. Quality tested. Made in GMP-certified facilities. Kosher certified. Validated by GC-MS (gas chromatography-mass spectrometry) and FTIR (Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy). Inspected by organoleptic methods. Each batch of oil is physically inspected by hand for color, clarity, and viscosity. Essential oils are not technically oils. Rather they are highly concentrated plant constituents that possess medicinal and cosmetic qualities. Most essential oils are high in antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral properties. Essential oils are miniscule in molecular size. They do not absorb in the body over time. It's important to note that fragrance oils and essential oils are not the same thing. Essential oils are wholly natural and cannot be patented. Enormous amounts of plants are needed to produce essential oil. For example, it takes more than 4,000 pounds of Bulgarian roses to produce one pound of essential oil. It takes 100 pounds of lavender to produce one pound of lavender essential oil.
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Peppermint Essential Oil
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What is Peppermint Essential Oil? Our peppermint essential oil is sourced from farmers near the Himalayas in northern India who grow the perennial herb. The farmers steam distill the whole flowering herb to extract the essential oil. Peppermint oil is prized in aromatherapy for its energizing and stimulating properties. Its distinct herbal, menthol aroma has sweet undertones. Peppermint is a top note oil, and blends well with rosemary, lavender, and tea tree. What makes Native Remedies® Essential Oils Better? 100% pure. Sustainably harvested. Quality tested. Made in GMP-certified facilities. Kosher certified. Validated by GC-MS (gas chromatography-mass spectrometry) and FTIR (Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy). Inspected by organoleptic methods. Each batch of oil is physically inspected by hand for color, clarity, and viscosity. Essential oils are not technically oils. Rather they are highly concentrated plant constituents that possess medicinal and cosmetic qualities. Most essential oils are high in antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral properties. Essential oils are miniscule in molecular size. They do not absorb in the body over time. It's important to note that fragrance oils and essential oils are not the same thing. Essential oils are wholly natural and cannot be patented. Enormous amounts of plants are needed to produce essential oil. For example, it takes more than 4,000 pounds of Bulgarian roses to produce one pound of essential oil. It takes 100 pounds of lavender to produce one pound of lavender essential oil.
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