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Experience the pleasure of Essential Oil LAVENDER KASHMIR 

Botanical Name: Lavandula angustifolia 

Origin: Kashmir 

Method: Steam Distillation 

Grade: Therapeutic


Fragrance: Sweet, Floral, Herbaceous, Fresh with balsamic woody. 

Odour Strength: Strong 

Blends well with - Bergamot, Cedarwood, Clove Bud, Cypress, Geranium, Lemon, Grapefruit, Juniper, Labdanum, Oakmoss, Patchouli, and Rosemary. 

This is a beautifully relaxing and calming scent that is great to diffuse before bed or add to your bath.

Lavender is probably the most well used essential oil, and the most popular scent for relaxation, sleep, meditation, anxiety and general calmness blends. It is considered to be the safest essential oil available, with very few reports of skin reactivity even with repeated exposure, and is also popular for sufferers of eczema for creams, balms and massage oils, as studies show when diluted it does not aggravate symptoms. It is generally considered to be hypoallergenic and is popular in sleep blends, in cleaning, aromatherapy and the beauty industry.  It is a wonderful scent that can only be described as relaxing & calming.  Lavender is something that every essential oil enthusiast should have in their kit.

Topical Application Information:

This essential oil is pure and undiluted, so if you wish to use it on your skin it will have to be diluted first. The general guide to using essential oils on your skin is that they should be diluted to a maximum of 3-5% in a carrier oil. 

Essential Oil Safety:

Always dilute essential oils before applying them to your skin as when undiluted they may cause skin irritations. It is always a good idea to do a small patch test somewhere like the back of your hand when using a new essential oil for the first time. 

DO NOT ingest essential oils. It is against the TGA (Therapeutic Goods Administration) Guidelines to suggest ingestion of essential oils in Australia. This is due to safety concerns around the harm an undiluted and highly concentrated essential oil can do when ingested. There are very few exceptions to this, which include a small number of essential oils allowed to be used in the food manufacturing industry in highly diluted amounts for flavouring and scent (such as Lavender and Peppermint), or when under the care of a qualified Naturopath or Aromatic Medicine Practitioner (holds recognised qualifications, and is a member of a Professional Association granting TGA exemptions).

It is always best to avoid using essential oils on or around your pets. Dogs process most essential oils similar to how humans do, and will usually not be bothered by most essential oils being diffused in a well ventilated space. Many dog shampoos and conditioners also contain essential oils. However we recommend you never leave a dog unsupervised in a room with an essential oil diffuser on. Cats do not tolerate essential oils and small amounts may be harmful, even using a diffuser in the same room may cause toxicity. 

Essential Oil Storage: 

​​​​​​​​We bottle all of our essential oils in Industry Standard Amber Coloured Glass Bottles. The dark coloured glass helps protect the contents from UV light, which can damage your essential oil. Each bottle also has a flow restriction insert to reduce the quantity of oil released when you are pouring it for use. If you need to use a greater quantity these are easy to pop out. 

Essential oils can last well beyond their best before in most cases when stored well. Minimise the time your lids are removed from bottles to reduce oxidisation, keep your lids on tight, and store out of light in a cool place.
Keep out of reach of children.


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1 Review

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    Posted by Danielle McFarlane on 9th Aug 2020

    This is a great lavender essential oil. It smells as Lavender should, herbaceous, fresh and not too sweet. One drop on the wrist at night is more effective than a hand full of sleeping tablets.

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