Birth Of Baby Lavandin Oil

Among the most amazing of oils…was born yet another amazement…The Lavandin oil…

Before telling you why it is an amazement…you know like…one of its kind…let’s do a sneak peak of what it really is…how it got in the present form…and why is the oil so renowned….

This oil…extracted from the Lavandula x intermedia….better known as L. hybrida and L. Hortensis…..is primarily of the Lamiacea…family and is and in unsually known as bastard lavender (Okay I know it sounds rather…erm…offensive…but let it be..I never named it so!)

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Hmm….Frankly…I personally got confused….when tI heard the name ‘Lavandin’…I am so sure even you might have confused it with ‘Lavender’…..But….

No No No…it has nothing to do with Lavender…Okay….yes…in a way it IS related to it….you know its like Lavender’s cousin…

The most prominently accepted quality of this liquid is it really is a wonderful oil and helps you feel more relaxed….then other properties like…

  • Clearing the lungs and sinuses from phlegm…
  • Easing sore muscles and joints…
  • Relieving muscle stiffness…
  • For wound healing and dermatitis…

Not only that…It is really a very good oil to include in a massage blend and although not as well known and used as lavender….it is a very popular and effective ingredient for massage blends….

  1. Oil properties

Lavandin essential oil has a light floral aroma…similar to lavender oil…just a tad sharper and has a clear colour…

  1. Origin of lavandin oil

Lavandin is basically a hybrid plant developed in 1900 by crossing true lavender with spike lavender or aspic and is larger than lavender with a woody stem and blue or gray flowers….

As a matter of fact….It is grown extensively in France and often preferred by the perfume industry for its oil and the flowers for sachets…potpourri and craft work…

  1. Extraction

Lavandin oil is obtained from the fresh flowering tops by steam distillation…The therapeutic properties of lavandin oil are

  • Antiseptic
  • Antidepressant
  • Analgesic cicatrisant
  • Nervine
  • Vulnerary
  • Expectorant

This oil can also be useful in cases of muscle stiffness and aches and pains…It eases the lungs and helps with coughs…colds and flu…

Hmmm….It has similar qualities to that of true Lavender…but since it has a sharper smell…Like I mentioned before…it is especially useful for treating muscular aches and pains…as well as for circulatory and respiratory problems….

Okay now quickly go through our references…

  1. Lavandin oil By Herb Bee
  2. Lavandin oil benefits by Aromatherapy Massage
  3. Lavandin essential oil by Health organization

Keeping Infections At Bay – Antiseptic Lavandin Oil

I once used this antiseptic liquid of a very high-end reputed company…and my knee got burnt…you know I didn’t read it on it’s label that I had to firstly dilute the qiuid iwith water…and I applied neat…result…I still bear that ugly brown patch on the skin of my knee…

Anyway…I had heard a lot about this Lavandin oil…but had never used it…But when I did…I had to be happy with its application…it

I had initially thought that it was just me…But to my surprise I found that there are a lot of  people who choose to use natural remedies like essential oils to resolve health problems rather than using prescription drugs….That’s actually a very good thing…There are good options…but they only go so far…and there are some risks….The best choice being Lavandin oil…

Lavender is the most widely used essential oil….It has-

  • Antiseptic
  • Anti-bacterial
  • Anti-fungal
  • Analgesic properties

This oil is mild enough to be used undiluted on the skin…(See! A harmless lovely liquid!) Lavandin essential oil can be applied directly to clean skin…burn…or minor wounds with a cotton ball or small piece of cloth….But please be very sure that you wash away any dirt before you apply the oil….

Lavandin is basically is the result of a cross between Lavender vera and Spike Lavender…sometimes known as Aspic…True Lavender grows higher in the mountains…while Spike Lavender is a lowland plant….Originally…at the borders of their geographic territory…the seeds mixed….and wild Lavandin was grown…No Hybrid will set seeds…so all the Lavandin oil commercially available is a result of clones of the original plants….There are several named varieties of Lavandin…

If we talk about lavandin chemically…the Abrial and Lavandin Super are closer to Lavendula angustifolia than are other varieties of Lavandin…

It is even supposed to have anti-depressant qualities…and can help boost a person’s self confidence and self esteem…It is used to treat people with depression  problems…

  • Lavandin oil has anti-septic properties and can heal wounds and prevent them from becoming septic…It is also administered to women after caesarian  deliveries…surgeries and those inflicted with wounds…
  • This essential oil has analgesic properties and can reduce inflammation and pain in joints and muscles…It is also good for headaches and toothaches….and is  administered to people with fever…cough and cold…
  • The healing properties in lavandin can help to treat scar marks…stretch marks and acne marks…
  • It is used as an expectorant…and can unblock phlegm and cough…and clear the respiratory tracts….It is also administered to bring relief from toothache and  headache….
  • Lavandin oil is said to be good for the nervous system…and can cure nervous disorders like vertigo…nervousness…shaking of limbs and hands…Alzheimer’s    disease…and sluggishness…
  • Lavandin oil is often used to treat pain in the muscles…cramps….stiffness and dermatitis….
  • While lavandin oil has several benefits…it should be avoided during pregnancy…

Lavandin essential oil is often  mixed nicely with-

  • Jasmine
  • Pine
  • Patchouli
  • Thyme
  • Rosemary
  • Citronella
  • Bergamot
  • Cinnamon
  • Lemongrass

Okay…have a look at our reference links…

  1. Lavandin Oil by Stillpoint Aromatics
  2. Thrifty Living by Feedburner
  3. Essential oil remedies by bpb

Lavandin- One Solution for all woes

How would it feel to have just have one machine…which would do all your chores?

Or maybe…just one lotion to take care of your wrinkles..darkening…pigmentation…pimple…etc etc?

Or maybe a husband who can be an electrician…plumber…doctor…entertainer…laundry guy…chef..? (Okay…leave this one…it might set non-existential fantasies for some of you ladies out there!)

Anyway…the gist of all these statements is…wouldn’t it just be heavenly…if we could get this one liquid…which could and in fact would deal with all our physical woes?

Then good morning! And say hello to Lavandin oil…(in case you haven’t heard about it before)

Okay…now some serious information…Lavandin oil is basically extracted from the flowering tops of lavandin grosso…which are otherwise referred to as Lavendula intermedia….You know this oil….Lavandin has a pleasant and refreshing aroma…similar to that of lavender oil…

This Lavandin grosso originated as a woody plant with blue or gray flowers formed by the hybridizing two species of lavender-

  • True lavender
  • Spike lavender

It is a native of France….Lavandin oil is extensively used in perfumery and offers numerous health benefits…

You know…offers a solution to almost all our woes…

Just ‘some’ of it’s many benefits are…

  • Lavandin oil helps in relieving some of the affliction of the skin including dermatitis and psoriasis…
  • The oil is also a powerful expectorant…It helps relieve mucus in the respiratory tract…thereby curing cold and flu and alleviating bronchitis and even asthma to some extent
  • Lavandin oil is a potent analgesic…It helps relives pain…especially muscle aches…
  • Lavandin oil is also an antiseptic agent…It can be applied on cuts and bruises to prevent microbial infection and it also promotes blood clotting…thereby healing wounds quickly…
  • Lavandin oil is antimicrobial in action…It helps prevent and relieve microbial infections like influenza…viral fever…and diarrhea…
  • It is also a powerful antispasmodic agent and helps alleviate the spasms of the digestive…respiratory and muscular systems…
  • This essential oil is also an effective stimulant and tonic…It stimulates all the systems of the body and help in proper and normal functioning of the body…As such…lavandin essential oil helps regulate the overall physiology as well as psychology…
  • Lavandin oil is also a good deodorant which helps relieve body odor on account of its strong aroma…Also…it helps prevent microbes from breeding in sweat due to its antimicrobial properties…
  • Lavandin oil is also known as an antidepressant and a sedative…It has a strong…yet pleasing aroma…which alleviates mood…It helps relieve anger…anxiety…depression…and stress…
  • Lavandin essential oil is also an emmenagogue..It helps regulate the menstrual cycle and also alleviate pre-menstrual syndrome…

Hmm…Wow! And just in addition to its numerous health benefits…Lavandin oil is also used in perfumes…It is used to make-

  • Soaps
  • Cosmetics
  • Incense sticks
  • Room fresheners

Lavandin oil blends well with most oils and is non-toxic and non-irritant….However…it is not food-grade oil and should not be consumed…It can only be applied on the body in a diluted form…

So I guess You know enough…so check out these reference links now…

  1. Health benefits by Essential oils
  2. Lavandin oil benefits by yogawiz.com
  3. Lavandin Skin benefits by let me get blog

Forget Dermatitis…Remember Lavandin Oil

I had this sister who was so fair and beautiful…that even if she applied plain kohl…it would look like there has been a contrast drawn…a black line…to highlight her eyes…but like we say…not all the 5 fingers measure the same…she had this terrible problem of developing ugly skin rashes…even after using the finest of cosmetics..

It was me who…though sceptic…suggested her to use Lavandin oil…And till date she blesses me on seeing my face…

But before I pitch you…Understand the condition of this skin rashes and sores…The simple definition of dermatitis is inflammation of the skin…Many people think of dermatitis like eczema but this is not the case at all…Almost any rash can be thought of as a dermatitis based on this definition including Psoriasis…skin cancer etc…However…Not  every rash is a dermatitis…

To make you clear…I’ll explain as to what it exactly looks like….Basically…the rash of dermatitis is itchy…red…and may or may not have distinct margins….The specific look of the rash depends on the amount of time it has been present….If acute then the dermatitis will have blisters….Though sub acute dermatitis has scaling and crusting or say scabs….and chronic dermatitis has lichens…

Lavandin To Rescue

One refuge you can avail is Lavandin oil…Just to inform you….Lavandin oil smells a lot like the sweet Lavender oil we all know but has a bit more sharper note to its fragrance…. Because of this it is used to relieve muscle aches and pains….ease congestion and sinus problems as well as used topically to treat skin wounds and dermatitis…

You should know that the therapeutic properties of lavandin oil are-

  • Antidepressant
  • Antiseptic
  • Analgesic cicatrisant
  • Expectorant
  • Nervine
  • Nulnerary

Other feathers added to Lavandin’s cap are that Lavandin oil can be useful in cases of muscle stiffness and aches and pains…It eases the lungs and helps with coughs…colds and flu…

I’ll elaborate to convince you the way I am convinced with this liquid…

Essential Oil of Lavandin has certain compounds which contribute to its anti septic properties….By virtue of this property…Lavandin Oil can protect wounds from being septic…It is found effective in preventing incisions from being septic or getting infected from tetanus…particularly after surgery…caesarian deliveries and other wounds… 

Okay..now….Analgesic simply means an agent that reduces pain and inflammation…Lavandin Essential Oil helps reduce pain in muscles…joints…toothache and headache…resulting from viral infections like

  • Cough & cold…
  • Influenza…
  • Fever…
  • Chicken pox …

Probably the most interesting property of Lavandin Oil is that it makes the scars and after marks of boils and acne and pox etc….on the skin to fade away….This includes fading away of stretch marks and surgery marks…fat cracks etc associated with pregnancy and delivery…

Then…Lavandin oil drives away cough and phlegm deposited in the respiratory tracts and lungs…Also gives relief in Bronchitis and congestion of nasal trac…larynx and pharynx…bronchi and lungs…It also gives relief from body pain…headache…toothache and rise in body temperature associated with cold….

Another agent in it is nervine…it keeps the nervous system in order and in good health…Lavandin Oil acts as a tonic for the nerves and the nervous system…It helps cure many nervous disorders such as shaking hands or limbs…nervousness…vertigo…Alzheimer’s disease…Parkinson’s disease and convulsions….sluggishnes….lack of reflexes et…It strengthens nerves and activates them…

Lavandin Oil speeds up healing of wounds…cut and surgical incisions and protects them from infections….This property makes it a vulnerary….This is aided by its other properties like anti septic and Cicatrisant…

Okay now quickly check out our reference links…

  1. Lavandin oil Benefits by aromatherapy massage
  2. Essential oils by bpb
  3. Essential Oil for Eczema by Info Barrel

Lavandin Grand Essential Oil

I am sure all of you reading this blog are pretty aware of the fact that myriad essential oils are present on earth and many are the best one can get for various purposes…similarly lavandin essential oil too is used for many good purposes…

True lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) is thought to be one of the most versatile essential oils used in aromatherapy.  The ancient Greeks used lavender to treat throat infections and to ease constipation;  European herbalists used lavender water to treat head lice.  Lavender was used in Medieval herb gardens and was known to be an ancient folk remedy.  Lavender was said to ‘comfort the stomach and the soul.’

Lavender stoechas (Lavandula stoechas) was named after the island of Hyeres which was actually called Stoechades by the Romans.  The ancient Romans were the probable users of this type of Lavender, using as a perfume for their baths.  Until the middle of the 18th Century, Lavender stoechas was used medicinally in –

  • England
  • France
  • Spain

It was used to dress wounds by country folk.

Spike lavender (Lavandula latifolia) was traditionally used for headaches, rheumatic pain, colic and dyspepsia, as indicated in the British Herbal Pharmacopoeia.  Nicholas Culpeper, an English herbalist, recommended spike lavender for fainting, malady and cramps too. Lavandin (Lavandula x intermedia) does not have a long history of use as it is basically a hybrid of true lavender and spike lavender; it first appeared in the early 1900s.

True lavender only grows at altitude of above 2,000 ft.  Native to the Mediterranean region, it has small purplish-blue flowers and is the most fragrant of the lavender scents.  Lavandin, on the other hand, is a hybrid and is generally found growing at the lower altitudes.  It has blue or gray-blue flowers and is a favorite in the perfumery industry due to its plentiful supply and low pricing.

Lavender stoechas is quite different to the true lavender flower in that it is short, spiky and less spectacular than the true plant.  It is a hardy herb which is found on sand and crystalline rocks on the European coastline, particularly in France.  It has purple-blue flowers in spring and summer.

Spike lavender grows at lower altitudes than true lavender and has a very high yield which means that it is a relatively cheap oil to produce.  Spike lavender is mainly grown in France and Spain for aromatherapy use.  It has gray-blue flowers and is evergreen.  It has broader and rougher leaves than true lavender.

Okay, now have a look at our reference links…

  1. Lavandin Oil by Wise Geek
  2. Lavandin Essential Oil by Yoga
  3. Lavandin Natural Oil by Organic Facts

Killing Creepy Moths – Lavandin Oil

My father’s awfully expensive wedding suit was ruined to rags…Thanks to those big old trunks in the house that held all the woollens and old clothes…didn’t let even a blow of air to pass through…causing moisture to develop…and letting moths to breathe in the process…

That’s not it…quickly read on this handy information about the devastating little creatures…

  • Caterpillars of clothes moths feed on wool, fur, feathers, shed pet hair and lint…They will not feed on cotton..silk or synthetic fibres but may feed on food left on clothes and while eating the food will eat holes in synthetic garments including plastics…
  • Freezing at 0 F for 72 hours or raising the temperature 110 F to 120 F for 30 minutes or maintaining humidity below 30% will kill moths and larva…
  • Clothes moths are uncommon in a dry climate….
  • It is the caterpillar stage of all clothes moths that damages clothing…
  • Moths are much less attracted to clothes that have been dry cleaned prior to storage…
  • Infested materials can be treated by temperature…or by fumigant insecticides…
  • Naphthalene or lavandin oil…But please try not to allow moth balls to come in direct contact with clothes fabric…separate with paper or other…
  • Tight-fitting containers can prevent infestation of clothes moths again…

To make your ears stand up….listen to this…

You know these female moths lay their eggs within one to three weeks after they emerge… Eggs are glued to woollen threads so that they are not easily dislodged…The eggs do not remain dormant for long periods…although hatching is delayed by cool temperatures…It is a myth that eggs can remain dormant for long periods and suddenly produce new infestations…imagine! Sounds so scary!

And the cherry on the cake! That caterpillar stage feeds on wool soon after egg hatch…Often they construct a silken tube and feed in the vicinity of this shelter…Other times the larvae may continue to move across the fabric and only produce scattered patches of silk on which it rests…

Articles to be stored should be cleaned and then packed in tight-fitting containers with moth balls or flakes containing or naphthalene or Lavandin oil…Though it will repel clothes moths or prevent them from laying eggs….but the vapours from these materials are lethal to clothes moths…but only when maintained at sufficient concentrations….In order to achieve these levels…the vapours must be tightly confined with the items you wish to protect…Effective concentrations can best be achieved by first sealing susceptible items in large plastic bags…and then storing the bagged articles in tight-fitting trunks…boxes or chests…Contrary to popular belief…(just an advise) because the seal is insufficient to maintain a lethal or repellent concentration of the volatile Lavandin oil….would do wonders…

Because of Lavandin’s quality of having an extremely sharp smell…and its anti-bacterial properties…it is the option for such pest infestations..

Okay…Check out our links now…

  1. Cleaning and Laundry by Yahoo
  2. Moths by Clothes Moths
  3. How to kill cloth moth by China Zmuida

Lavandin Essential Oil Help

Lavandin essential oil is one wonderful therapeutic oil that has many uses and properties that many other essential oils don’t. The oil is known for being highly antiseptic in nature and hence heals many physical injuries with utmost efficiency.

Lavandin a hybrid plant developed by crossing true lavender with spike lavender or aspic. Its flowers may be blue like true lavender or greyish like aspic. Essential oil extracted through steam distillation from the fresh and flowering tops. Commonly grown in France, it dates from the 1820’s.

  • Expectorant: Drives away cough and phlegm deposited in the respiratory tracts and lungs. Also gives relief in bronchitis and congestion of nasal tract, larynx and pharynx, bronchi and lungs. It also gives relief from body pain, headache, toothache and rise in body temperature associated with cold.
  • Nervine: A nervine is an agent which keeps the nervous system in order and in good health. Lavandin Oil acts as a tonic for the nerves and the nervous system. It helps cure many nervous disorders such as shaking hands or limbs, nervousness, vertigo, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease and convulsions, sluggishness, lack of reflexes etc. It strengthens nerves and activates them.
  • Vulnerary: Lavandin Oil speeds up healing of wounds, cut and surgical incisions and protects them from infections. This property makes it a vulnerary. This is aided by its other properties like anti septic and Cicatrisant.

Lavandin essential oil, Lavandin hybrida, seems to have properties that combine those of the true Lavandin and the aspic. It has aromatic, carminative and nervine properties. Though largely used in perfumery, it is now not much employed internally, except as a flavouring agent, occurring occasionally in pharmacy to cover disagreeable odors in ointments and other compounds. The essential oil, proves admirably restorative and tonic against faintness, palpitations of a nervous sort, weak giddiness, spasms and colic. It is agreeable to the taste and smell, provokes appetite, raises the spirits and dispels flatulence.

Have a look at our reference links now -

  1. Lavandin Oil by Wise Geek
  2. Lavandin Essential Oil by Yoga
  3. Lavandin Natural Oil by Organic Facts

Lavandin Oil Care

Lavandin Essential oil is one of those oils that have many amazing qualities to fight against various kinds of infections and ailments, be it internal or external. The oil is healing and curing in nature and even takes care of the skin whenever it is brought in contact.

When purchasing lavandin oil, people should take care to purchase an oil suitable to their needs. It is especially important to confirm that the oil is safe for use internally if it will be taken by mouth, and to check the dilution of oils meant to be used on the skin. Often, the oil is sold pure and must be diluted in a carrier oil before it can be applied to the skin. Putting pure lavandin essential oil on the skin can result in skin irritation.

The health benefits of Lavandin Essential Oil can be attributed to its properties like -

  • Anti depressant
  • Anti septic
  • Analgesic
  • Cicatrisant
  • Expectorant
  • Nervine
  • Vulnerary

The Lavandin plant from which this essential oil is obtained is not a natural plant in the true sense, because it was born as a result of hybridization of two plants with scientific names Lavandula Angustifolia and Lavandula Latifolia done by scientists. That is why Lavandin is scientifically known as Lavandula Hybrida and Lavandula Hortensis. The aroma and medicinal properties of Lavandin is quite similar to those of Lavender, but are more intense and sharp, since it is a hybrid. The main components of this oil are Lavandulol, Linalool, Linalyl Acetate, Camphor, Cineole, Caryophyllene, Camphene, Dipentene, Limonene, Ocimene and Terpinene.

Let us now see how it is similar or advantageous to its cousin Lavender in terms of medicinal properties.

Lavandin Oil boosts self esteem, confidence, hope and mental strength and efficiently fights depression. This can be very helpful to drive away depression for those who are suffering from depression due to failure in career or love, insecurity, loneliness, stagnation, someone’s death or any other reason. This also relieves anxiety. Being an anti depressant, it can be systematically administered to patients of acute depression who are undergoing rehabilitation.

Essential Oil of Lavandin has certain compounds which contribute to its anti septic properties. By virtue of this property, Lavandin Oil can protect wounds from being septic. It is found effective in preventing incisions from being septic or getting infected from tetanus, particularly after surgery, caesarian deliveries and other wounds.

Analgesic: Analgesic simply means an agent that reduces pain and inflammation. Lavandin Essential Oil helps reduce pain in -

  • Muscles
  • Joints
  • Toothache
  • Headache

Resulting from viral infections like cough & cold, influenza, fever, pox etc.

Go through our reference links now -

  1. Lavandin Oil by Wise Geek
  2. Lavandin Essential Oil by Yoga
  3. Lavandin Natural Oil by Organic Facts

 

The Healing Hand Of Lavandin Oil

Lavandin essential oil is pretty illustrious for its aroma. The oil has an amazing effect on the senses and is a favourite in the field of aromatherapy. Lvandin oil is also a great oil for various allergies and healing grave physical injuries or wounds.

The Lavandin plant from which this essential oil is obtained is not a natural plant in the true sense, because it was born as a result of hybridization of two plants with scientific names Lavandula Angustifolia and Lavandula Latifolia done by scientists. That is why Lavandin is scientifically known as Lavandula Hybrida and Lavandula Hortensis.

The aroma and medicinal properties of Lavandin is quite similar to those of Lavender, but are more intense and sharp, since it is a hybrid. The main components of this oil are Lavandulol, Linalool, Linalyl Acetate, Camphor, Cineole, Caryophyllene, Camphene, Dipentene, Limonene, Ocimene and Terpinene.

The health benefits of Lavandin Essential Oil can be attributed to its properties like –

  • Anti depressant
  • Anti septic
  • Analgesic
  • Cicatrisant
  • Expectorant
  • Nervine
  • Vulnerary

Let us now see how it is similar or advantageous to its cousin Lavender in terms of medicinal properties -

Lavandin Oil boosts self esteem, confidence, hope and mental strength and efficiently fights depression. This can be very helpful to drive away depression for those who are suffering from depression due to failure in career or love, insecurity, loneliness, stagnation, someone’s death or any other reason. This also relieves anxiety. Being an anti depressant, it can be systematically administered to patients of acute depression who are undergoing rehabilitation

Essential Oil of Lavandin has certain compounds which contribute to its anti septic properties. By virtue of this property, Lavandin Oil can protect wounds from being septic. It is found effective in preventing incisions from being septic or getting infected from tetanus, particularly after surgery, caesarian deliveries and other wounds.

Analgesic simply means an agent that reduces pain and inflammation. Lavandin Essential Oil helps reduce pain in muscles, joints, toothache and headache etc. resulting from viral infections like cough & cold, influenza, fever, pox etc.

This is an interesting property of Lavandin Oil. It makes the scars and after marks of boils, acne and pox etc. on the skin to fade away. This includes fading away of stretch marks and surgery marks, fat cracks etc. associated with pregnancy and delivery.

Okay, now have a look at our reference links –

  1. Lavandin Oil by Wise Geek
  2. Lavandin Oil Benefits by yogawiz.com
  3. Lavandin Essential Oil by Organic Facts

Lavandin Essential Therapeutic Oil

Lavandin essential oil is a very mild yet effective essential oil that has many antiseptic properties especially when it comes to healing and curing various kinds of injuries. The oil is very good at taking care of the skin and is hence a part of many cosmetics products.

Lavandin (Lavandula x intermedia) is actually a hybrid created from true lavender (lavendula augustifolia) and spike lavender (Lavendula latifolia). The true lavender grows higher in the mountains while the spike lavender or aspic as it is sometimes known grows down lower. Where they tended to meet they would cross pollinate and lavandin came into being. As it is a hybrid it’s appearance can vary some, but in general it is a larger plant than true lavender with woody stems. The flowers vary from blue like true lavender to more greyish, similar to spike lavender.

Lavandin also has aromatherapy uses similar to true lavender but it is more penetrating. It has a stronger scent and is considered beneficial for inflammation, respiratory and circulatory conditions. It is also thought to be very helpful in fighting germs.

Lavandin smells very similar to lavender, although the smell is a little stronger and the plant is woodier than true lavender. Lavandin oil is extracted using steam distillation and is often used in place of true lavender. Lavandin oil is an essential oil used widely in cosmetic and therapeutic products today. The main therapeutic properties of lavandin oil are -

  • Analgesic
  • Anti-depressive
  • Sedative
  • Antiseptic
  • Antispasmodic
  • Antitoxic
  • Diuretic

Lavandin oil is also used as a fragrance in soap, body lotions, massage oils, candles and other scented products. Lavandin oil blends well with the essential oils such as clove, thyme, rosemary, sage and citrus oils like bergamot and lime.

Lavandin essential oils are a known stimulant. Mainly it is used to stimulate appetite and suppress nausea and weakness. Lavadin has proved effective in the curing of indigestion, flatulence, and colic. It also help to provide sufficient relief from coughs and colds. Lavadin oil benefits contribute to it being the primary ingredient in many topical analgesics. This oil is also used to restore lost energy at moments when you are fainting, or feel tired and giddy. Muscular aches and stiff joints pain that result from injury and rheumatism can also be cured using this oil in massage and aromatherapy. The essential oil proves admirably restorative against faintness, palpitations of the heart, weakness and giddiness, spasms and colic.

Have a look at our reference links now -

  1. Lavandin Oil by Wise Geek
  2. Lavandin Essential Oil by Yoga
  3. Lavandin Natural Oil by Organic Facts