Likely one of the most popular essential oils of all time, Lavender Roll-On has an enchanting natural chemistry that exhilarates the mind and body.
If you feel agitated or stressed, using the Lavender Roll-On can melt away your worries. By offering balance, Lavender promotes restoration.
Although historical records don’t account for the exact moment Lavender’s many uses were discovered, it’s believed to have been cultivated in Arabia around 600 B.C. Lavender’s native range now extends across the Canary Islands, North and East Africa, Southern Europe and the Mediterranean and into certain regions of the Middle East and India.
Edens Garden Lavender is grown at high elevation and is also referred to as Bulgarian Lavender. The highest quality Lavender grows at altitudes above 2,000 feet. Lavender is an evergreen plant that grows to about 3 feet and produces gorgeous lilac-colored flowers. To extract the oil, the flowers are put through a steam distillation process. Lavender is an essential oil that you will not want to live without. Diluted to 10% in Fractionated Coconut Oil.
Safety: Keep out of reach of children. If pregnant or under a doctor’s care, consult physician. Avoid contact with eyes. Do not use internally unless instructed by a licensed aromatherapist or physician.
OK For Kids: 2+
Shelf Life: 2 Years
- Lavender essential oil, Lavandula angustifolia, is known as the “Mother of Essential Oils” for being one of the most versatile tools in aromatherapy. Most often, Edens Garden Lavender roll-on blended with Fractionated Coconut oil is used to promote sleep, allowing the user to fall asleep, stay asleep and wake 8 hours later feeling well rested. Used topically for skincare it can assist with blemishes, irritation, redness and a skin condition called eczema. Its soothing aroma also makes it a great natural stress reliever. What’s more, Lavender is ideally blended into massage oil as well as for hair growth, headaches and even insect bites.
- Lavender roll-on oil works best if used in synergy alongside other repellent essential oils. For example, studies have shown Nootka Tree, Catnip and Peppermint oil have an affinity for repelling insects. With Lavender roll-on oil added to the mix, these essential oils can also protect the skin. However, our Lavender roll-on oil is a great remedy for soothing and reducing the itch and inflammation caused by insect bites, should you or your loved ones happen to get bitten.
- Edens Garden Lavender essential oil roll-on is a prediluted essential oil roll-on made with Fractionated Coconut carrier oil with a 10% dilution of our exquisite and pure Bulgarian Lavender. It is the mother of all essential oils when it comes to healing the mind, body and skin. Used topically, it has anti-inflammatory, antifungal, and antimicrobial properties that can clear up blemishes, fight microbes including those from acne. Its ability to soothe irritated and sensitive skin is unmatched. From rashes to cuts and scrapes and insect bites, this roll-on should be in every medicine cabinet.
- There are several ways to use Lavender oil. To calm the mind from stress: 1.) Roll it onto the palms of the hands, cup hands over the nose and breath in deeply 4-5 times. 2.) Roll the oil onto the pulse points of the wrists, neck, behind the ears and on the temples as well as onto the breast bone and dab under the nose. 3.) Dab it onto any minor cuts, scrapes, blemishes and acne or roll it topically onto irritated skin conditions or to relieve bug bites.
- The best way to use Lavender oil for sleep is by applying it topically where it can be repeatedly inhaled. Our prediluted roll-on can be rolled onto the pulse points of the wrists, neck, behind the ears and on the temples as well as onto the breast bone and dabbed under the nose. Another option is to roll it onto the palms of the hands, cup the hands over the nose and breath in deeply 4-5 times. Breathing it in helps to activate the calming centers of the limbic system in your brain so that you can drift off and sleep through the night peacefully.
Where To Apply: For more information on where to apply roll-ons, visit our blog post here.