اسانس لاواند

اسانس لاواند

Botanical Name : lavandula officinalis
Common Method Of Extraction : Steam distillation
Parts Used : leaves and flowers/buds
Note Classification : top/middle
Aroma : Loral and sweet



Lavender oil is generally extracted by means of steam distillation method.

Chemical Composition:

It contains linalyl acetate, linalool, (Z)-B-ocimene, lavandulyl acetate, terpinene-4-ol, B-caryophyllene, (E)-B-farnesene, (E)-B-ocimene and 3-octanyl acetate.

Essential Oil Information:

Lavender oil is aromatic oil that has a beautiful and versatile aroma. It is generally used for giving massage as it helps to relax, fight stress and to promote sleep. Lavender oil has anti-bacterial properties too and is used to be kept in first-aid kit. It can easily be diluted and when diluted it becomes the safest of all essential oils. It is a great oil to use for scrapes and minor cuts.

Oil Properties:

Lavender oil has versatile and fruity smell and it helps to calm the senses and provide the sense of relax.


Lavender oil is used in the treatment of allergies, Acne, athlete’s foot, anxiety, asthma, burns, chicken pox, bruises, dermatitis, dysmenorrheal, colic, cuts, cystitis, depression, insect repellant, itching, hypertension, insect bites, earache, flatulence, headache, labor pains, rheumatism, scabies, migraine, oily skin, scars, sores, sprains, strains, stress and stretch marks.

Therapeutic Properties:

Lavender oil is known for its antibacterial, sedative and calming properties. It helps in promoting sleep and fight stress.

Blends well With: Citrus, mint and conifer


It is a clear liquid with a tinge of yellow and is available in sweet and fruity aroma.


Prior to using it, this should be tested for skin sensitivity and use on the feet when possible. Excessive use of this oil can lead to skin sensitization. This oil should be kept out of eyes, ears or nose.