English Lavender essential oil

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Sep 2, 2021
Do you have work-related stress? Or maybe you're stressed out from all the holiday shopping you haven't finished (shopping can be difficult for some of us)! Plantlife is all about making you feel better by utilising what nature has to offer.

In this post, we'll show you the advantages of utilising Lavender Essential oil-based products, namely our 100 percent pure Bulgarian Lavender Essential oil.
An Overview of Lavender's History.

English Lavender essential oil, Steam distillation is a common method for extracting lavender essential oil from the plants. It has long been utilised for its medicinal properties, ranging from sedative to natural antiseptic.

It was also widely gathered for its distinct aroma, which was treasured not just as a valuable element in perfumes but also in sachets and potpourris.

English farmers have used lavender flowers to avoid headaches and sunstroke for ages by wearing the blooms in their hats while working.

Lavender was utilised as an antiseptic and disinfectant in hospitals during World War I, healing wounds and sterilising medical equipment.

Lavender is still used in the same way now. It can be found in a wide range of products, from bubble bath to high-end skin care and even topical scar therapy medicine.

Top 10 english lavender essential oils, fresh aroma that pairs well with a variety of other essential oils such as Cedarwood, Pine Needle, Clary Sage, Geranium, and Nutmeg.