100% Pure and natural essential oil
Botanical name: Lavandula x burnatii 'super'
Plant Part: Flowers
Extraction method: Steam distilled
Characteristics of the Plant and Product
The Lavandin has square stems, long narrow leaves, densely clustered in the form of cracks. There are additional lateral stems about 20 cm below the main stem. It has spikes, blue-purple flowers, and full color. The Lavandin essential oil is often found in aromatherapy formulas for sore muscles. It is also added in household cleaners to clean antibacterial insects.
It should be noted that those with low blood pressure should be used at a low concentration, and the concentration should not exceed 1%.
For local use, concentration ≤5%
For full body use, concentration ≤ 2%
For aromatic diffuse, 10-15 drops/use, 1-3 times/day
How to blend the oil concentration
5ml carrier oil + 1 drop of single essential oil = 1% concentration
5ml carrier oil + 2 drops of single essential oil = 2% concentration
and so on...
For external use only. Keep out of reach of children. If you are pregnant, breastfeeding, taking medication, or suffering from epilepsy, or other diseases, please consult a health care practitioner prior before use. Avoid contact with eyes and mucous membranes.
If the eyes and mucous membranes accidentally come into contact with essential oils and feel irritation, never rinse with water. You need to rub or pour vegetable oils such as jojoba oil, sweet almond oil, Grape seed oil, olive oil, and other mild vegetable oils on the irritated parts because essential oils are insoluble in water.
Avoid light and heat, and store at room temperature. Keep away from flame.
植物拉丁学名：Lavandula x burnatii 'super'