Martha Hill Lavender Pure Essential Oil
- French origin.
Lavender and lavender oil has been used for many centuries. both medicinally and for its fragrance. Even today lavender oil is still found to be highly beneficial.
It is calming, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory, mildly analgesic, has wound-healing properties and is calming.
The primary oil for your medicine cabinet with a wider range of uses than any other essential oil.
100% pure oil
To Relax - The soothing and relaxing properties of lavender can ease away the day's stress and aid a good night's sleep.
To Relieve Tension - Lavender oil is mildly analgesic and can help stop tension headaches.
To Soothe Burns and Sunburn - Lavender oil is an anti-inflammatory and can be used to cool, relieve and help heal burns and sunburn.
For Cuts & Grazes - With its strong wound-healing properties, lavender oil can be used on minor cuts and grazes.
Spots and Pimples - Lavender oil is anti-bacterial and anti-fungal.
Insect Repellent - Used neat or in a burner, lavender oil can effectively repel insects and clothes moths. In addition, the oil can help to heal and soothe bites and stings, including nettle stings.
As a disinfectant - The anti-bacterial properties of lavender oil make it useful for your home.
Add a few drops to bath water to calm and relax.
For a cooling affect on sunburn or burns add a few drops to mineral water and spray onto the skin.
Used neat or added to water or creams for wounds, spots etc.
Added to carrier oil, it can also be rubbed onto the skin, as an effective insect repellant.
Add a few drops to detergents and water for jobs like cleaning the floor, or use in a diffuser to purify the air.
If using neat oil - You should apply one drop on the inside of the elbow and leave for half an hour. If there is any redness or irritation whatsoever, discontinue use and dilute in a carrier oil, cream or liquid.