Amazing Lavender!

Our USDA certified organic True Lavender essential oil is one of the most versatile and universal essential oils. It has some pretty amazing properties.


Many of us do not realize the recent history of essential oils. With the birth of pharmaceuticals, essential oils fell out of favor and many forgot the natural healing remedies that had been used for thousands of years. Funny story is that a French scientist, Gattefosse working in a lab had a misfortunate accident and badly burned his hand. He treated the badly burned hand with Lavender essential oil and he noticed that the burning went out, there was no blistering, the infection was eliminated, the redness went away, and the pain was minimized. He was amazed how fast the wound healed! Because of his experience, he began to use, research, and publish finding on essential oils and he brought essential oils back into popularity.

Some of us are placed in similar situations throughout our lives. Mine just happened to be this week. I was fixing a nice Sunday dinner for my family and some guests, and my boiling pot of potatoes was ready to be drained, but I slipped on wet floor and tipped the boiling pot. This caused the boiling hot water to splash all over my hand. Ouch! Luckily I got the pot back on the stove and was able to not make too big of a mess. Of course, I immediately ran cold water over the burn, but it was a bad one that I could only take out of the cold water for a moment before it started hurting again. Even the cold water did not take all the burning out, so I turned to my beautiful USDA organic True Lavender. After though roughly running cold water over the burn to cool the area I coated the area with Lavender and what amazing relief! I was so glad that I didn’t have any blisters, redness, or pain throughout the rest of the day. In fact, after only a few hours there was no sign of the injury at all! If I didn’t have this amazing oil on hand immediately after I had this happen, I am sure that the results would have been very different.

One of the things that stands out the most with Lavender is the ability it has to assist with burns. It can be a sunburn, a heat rash, or a heat burn. But Lavender is your oil for all kinds of burns.

What does Lavender oil do? Everything. One of the great international Aromatherapists said, If you don’t know which oil to use, use Lavender and you will have chosen the right one. The name lavender comes from the latin lavare, meaning “to wash”. It was one of the favorites of the Romans in connection with their lavish bathing activities. Lavender is generally regarded as the most useful and versatile oil.

Lavender oil is good for:




Cistrasant (wound healing)

Cell regenerating

Analgesic (pain relieving)

Headaches and Migraines, use after applying Peppermint oil.

Great for calming, soothing massages!


Lavender is a Good Children’s’ Oil

Useful with colic (apply diluted oil on the lower abdomen)

Earaches (apply diluted oil BEHIND the ear)


It’s a Balancing Oil

Balances the emotions

May help with occasional depressed feeling


Lavender is known for it’s calming properties:

Sedative and toning action on the heart

Calms occasional heart palpitations, tachycardia, and arrhythmia

Calming & relaxing

May help with people sleep better (sometimes, depending on your Autonomic Nervous System)


Lavender oil is amazing for the lungs, and can repair internal damage in the lungs from illness. Restores and repairs internal damage. To use it this way the best application is to diffuse Lavender oil.


Lavender oil, if it’s a good certified organic Lavandula angustifolia oil (True Lavender), is safe for all ages and pretty much everyone. Diffuse Lavender, inhale it, apply it, bathe in it, massage with it….it’s your “use for everything” oil.


Get your USDA certified organic True Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) today!



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