Lavandin Essential Oil - French

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100% pure essential oil.  Distilled lavandula x. intermedia hybrid.

One of the most fundamental and versatile essential oils used in aromatherapy lavender calms, refreshes and invigorates. It eases tiredness, stress, insomnia and depression. When used as a massage oil, it helps treat high blood pressure and relieves muscular and joint pains.

This aromatic plant also has natural antiseptic and astringent properties that can smooth sunburns, bites, infections and other minor skin problems when applied. Lavender benefits all skin types.

Our Lavender is harvested by hand at the peak of bloom for maximum color and most importantly oil quality! We use only the flower or 'buds'  and not the whole plant as most commercial processes do.


Essential Oil of Lavender

 Lavender Essential Oil Profile
Origin: Paso Robles, California USA Method:Steam Distilled  (copper distiller) Characteristics:

The oil is a colorless to pale yellow liquid with a sweet, floral-herbaceous scent and balsamic-woody undertone. It is used as a fixative in perfumery and blends well with most essential oils.

Principal Constituents: These are naturally occurring in the essential oil.

  • linalyl acetate
  • linalol
  • lavandulol
  • lavandulyl acetate
  • terpineol
  • cineol
  • limonene
  • ocimene
  • caryophyllene

General Actions: Antiseptic, Antimicrobial, Neurological
Analgesic, anticonvulsive, antidepressant, antirheumatic, antispasmodic, antitoxic, carminative, cholagogue, choleretic, cicatrizant, cytophylactic, deodorant, diuretic, emmenagogue, hypotensive, insecticide, parasiticide, rubefacient, sedative, stimulant, sudorific, tonic, vermifuge, vulnerary.

Generally non-toxic, non-irritant, nonsensitizing.

Primary Therapy Agent:
Burns, headache, migraine, insomnia.

Secondary Therapy Agent:
Wrinkles, mature skin.
How to Take It:


*  Oral use in children is not recommended.
*  May be used topically undiluted concentrations to treat skin infections and injuries, such as minor cuts and scrapes.  DO NOT USE ON OPEN WOUNDS – seek medical attention.  A small study published in the New England Journal of Medicine in 2007, however, concluded that lavender and tea oils in some shampoos, soaps, and lotions may cause gynecomastia, breast development in male, in boys.
*  May be used as aromatherapy for children.  Use 2 – 4 drops in 2 – 3 cups of boiling water.  Inhale vapors for headache, depression, or insomnia.


The following are recommended adult doses for lavender:

*  Internal use: Tea:  1 – 2 tsp whole herb per cup of hot water.  Steep for 10 – 15 minutes and drink, 1 – 3 times a day.

Tincture: (1: 4): 20 – 40 drops, 3 times a day.

*  Inhalation: 2 – 4 drops in 2 – 3 cups of boiling water.  Inhale vapors for headache, depression, or insomnia.

*  Topical external application: lavender oil is one of the few oils that can be safely applied undiluted.  for ease of application, add 1 – 4 drops per tablespoon of base oil ( such as almond or olive oil ).  DO NOT USE LAVENDER OIL INTERNALLY.  Also, avoid contact with the eyes or mucous membranes such as the lips and nostrils.


The use of herbs is a time-honored approach to strengthening the body and treating disease.  Herbs, however contain active components that can trigger side effects and interact with other herbs, supplements, or medications.  for these reasons, herbs should be taken with care, under the supervision of a health care provider qualified in the field of botanical medicine.

Although side effects are rare, some individuals may develop an allergic reaction to lavender.  Nausea, vomiting, headache, and chills have also been reported in some individuals following inhalation or absorption of lavender through the skin.

Pregnant and breast-feeding women should avoid using lavender.

Possible Interactions:
*  CNS Depressants – there are no known scientific reports of interactions between lavender and conventional medications.  However, due to the relaxing qualities of lavender, this herb could potentially enhance the effects of central nervous system depressants, including narcotics  ( such as morphine or oxycodone ) for pain and sedative and anti-anxiety agents ( such as lorazepam, diazpam, and alprazolam).  talk to your health care provider before using lavender with these and other sedating medications.

Important Note: The information on localhost:8888 is only provided for educational purposes, and further research should be done on each essential oil to be assured of its proper usage for each individual. Aromatherapy is not meant to be a replacement for care under a qualified health professional, but should be considered a complimentary modality.

5 Reviews

  • 5
    Lavender Oil

    Published by Deb on 15th Sep 2020

    I have used this for cooking burns and to help heal small wounds. It works great!

  • 5
    Essential Lavender Oil

    Published by Linda on 20th Nov 2018

    The best lavender scent ever.

  • 5
    I've watched it drip by precious drip being born

    Published by Unknown on 28th Aug 2013

    As always this is the BEST lavender oil I have ever used. I have seen the manufacturing process and am impressed with the quality and attention to detail. Keep it up!

  • 5
    Healing and Relaxing

    Published by Happy Mama on 16th Jul 2013

    The quality of this Lavender is superb and the price is great. We have used this Lavender for 3 years now and do not go without! I do purchase a variety of oils from other Theraputic Grade oil company's, however, we only buy and recomend the Lavender from Central Coast Lavender. Our children love it and we use it for everything. A restful nights sleep, one or two drops on the feet and forhead for little ones and adults alike. For burns,bug bites, one drop massaged in gently, pain is gone in 15 min. No scar from burns. I rubbed it on a recent leg injury to heal and relax the muscles. My little ones are ill, I combine it with other oils, rubbing it on their back and neck to calm them and help them sleep. Earache, rub a drop on outside of ear and on bone behind ear. Trip to the Dr.s...a little lavender on the my little ones and calm happy appointments! Of course, a couple drops in the tub and ahhh, happy babies, happy mama. Oh, and my dog upset from loud bangs (fireworks, etc)gently rub a drop on paws and back of neck...also keeps fleas away just rub a drop after their bath in fur down back of neck, not by eyes. Sooo many blessings from such a little flower from our Creator!

  • 5
    Amazing oil

    Published by Marci on 23rd May 2013

    Use this product in my hair conditioner; I love the aroma and "tingle" from this product. The lavender aroma is long lasting, but not over-powering.

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