Lavender Essential Oil , From Southeast Europe, Organic English Lavender
Lavender essential oil is a “True Lavender” from Bulgaria, southeast portion of Europe. Soaps Creams & Things sources an Organic Lavandula Angustifolia, to ensure that the Lavender Essential Oil is a "True" organic, non-GMO plant and not a hybrid that produces Spike Lavendin essential oil.
Soaps Creams & Things essential oils are guaranteed to be high-grade oils. Our source vendors use the method of distillation by steam. This method allows for a much concentrated essential oil and backs up the claims that help with relaxation and sleep, soothing discomforts from headaches and burns.
- Relaxation Treat Anxiety
- Fungal infections
- Menstrual Cramps
What is the difference between Spike Lavendin and True Lavender? The difference is that both are plants, however, one is a hybrid plant. When Lavandula Angustifolia (True Lavender) and Lavandula Latifolia are crossed, a hybrid plant is created. The hybrid, called Lavandula x intermedia, is the plant that produces Lavendin essential oil, otherwise known as Spike Lavendin. Lavendin still has aroma therapeutic properties, but compared to English Lavender it becomes a more inferior oil. The aroma of Spike is a more medicinal aroma due to its higher camphor content, which is sometimes used in cleaning products as an antiseptic for its sharp and robust aroma, while the True Lavender has a more subtle, easy-going, but still strong aroma.
Spike Lavendin is still a good essential oil, however, Lavandula Angustifolia is considered, by botanist, as the Mother of all Lavenders.
- one tea bag/tea ball measure of lavender in hot warm for a good nights rest
- 1/2 a tsp of lavender and 1/2 tsp of chamomile tea, sunbrew for 4 hr, serve over ice, that's refreshing.
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