Lavender - High Elevation
High Elevation Lavender Essential Oil
Lavandula angustifolia is the true lavender (as opposed to spike lavender, lavandin, etc.). It is produced throughout the world, although France is considered the premier growing region, and is the source of two of our best-selling Lavender essential oils (High Elevation and Wild).
Lavender oil is a very safe and much loved essential oil. It can be used for a broad array of ailments; burns, insect stings, headaches, calming formulas, cold formulas, etc.
Lavender is the most popular and most used essential oil here in the United States. Lavender essential oil can be blended into many formulas, and has been a part of fine fragrances for centuries.
Aromatherapy Uses: Skin care and skin rejuvenation, wound healing; alleviates the pain of burns and insect bites; reduces nervous tension, infections, headache.
Customer Reviews for Lavender - High Elevation
- Fresh, clean, crisp. Review by Lisa
- I love lavender! I have purchased many lavender essential oils from various suppliers over the years, and I have not found one that compares to this chemotype of lavender. I was looking for a fresh clean, crisp, full fragrant lavender that didn't smell champhorous. Look no more! This is the one. It smells as fresh as my lavender plants growing in my garden. I'm in love! (Posted on 3/17/13)
- A pure, fresh and clean Therapeutic Lavender Review by Debi
- I researched for a while to find the very best oils I could. I learned all about the extraction process to keep the oils pure and therapeutic. This is how I found Eden Botanicals. This lavender is so pure, fresh, and clean smelling, it assures me I made the correct choice of companies. I have used this lavender already in my diffuser, and it filled my home with such a wonderful aroma, keeping us relaxed and happy. I have also used it to clean my mattress, and an area rug. Using baking soda mixed with the lavender freshens and cleans fabrics of all types, naturally with no harm to the fabric. I highly recommend this oil for all the therapeutic values it has. (Posted on 2/14/13)