Botanical name: Lavandula Angustifolia Australian
Plant part: Flower head
Extraction method: Steam Distilled.
Aromatic scent: Distinct sweet floral herbaceous scent
Lavender essential oil is well known for its
antiseptic, anti-microbial analgesic, antiviral and
antirheumatic properties. When inhaled through
a vaporise diffuser Lavender has a calming and
relaxing effect which may assist in times of stress
Lavender was used in the First World War on
mustard gas burns to relieve pain and assist healing.
It is the only oil which can be used safely undiluted.
Useful in the treatment of acne, fungal problems,
cuts, abrasions and minor burns. Lavender has been
known to deplete the cold sore virus and golden
staph. Used in burners it creates calm and peace.
Use as a cold compress to relieve headaches and
pain. Useful to assist restless sleep, a few drops may
be used undiluted on the neck or pillow for people
Caution: External use only. Caution should always be used with all
See our QueenBEE Essentials Brochure for more information.