"Super" and "Grosso", Lavandula x. intermedia: a good choice for creams, lotions, bath products, diffusers, muscle aches
"English" and "Maillette", Lavandula angustifolia: a good choice for perfumes, culinary, aromatherapy
How to Use
Lavender has been used for centuries for everything from calming and relaxing the mind to healing the skin.
Calming: Rub a few drops of oil on your feet, temples or wrists.
Soothing: Place a drop of oil on a sting or bite to reduce itching and swelling
Relaxing: Add 1 cup of Epsom salts and a few drops of lavender to a bath to relieve aches and pains.
A little goes a long way: 1 mL is approximately 25 drops. Add 2 drops of essential oil to flavour a 500mL batch of whipping cream.
*check with your health care practitioner before using essential oils if you are pregnant or are being treated for any medical condition
OUR AWARD-WINNING LAVENDER ESSENTIAL OILS
2019 Australian Olfactory Oil Competition
Gold: L. angustifolia 'Royal Velvet'
Gold: L. angustifolia 'Pacific Blue' / 'No. 9' / 'Nana Atropurpurea'
Silver: L. x. intermedia 'Phenomenal'
2018 New Zealand Supreme Oil Awards
Silver: L. angustifolia 'Peter Pan' / 'No. 9' / 'English'
Silver: L. x. intermedia 'Super' / 'Phenomenal'
2017 Australian Olfactory Oil Competition
Gold: L. angustifolia 'English' / 'Royal Velvet'
Gold: L. x. intermedia 'Super' / 'Seal' / 'Abrialii'
Silver: L. x. intermedia 'Grosso'
2014 New Zealand Supreme Oil Awards
Silver: L. angustifolia 'Maillette'
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