Lavender Essential Oil- Lavandula angustifolia (also known as Lavandula officinalis or Lavandula vera) is known as "true lavender" and is the most important variety therapeutically. Lavender essential oil is a classic in aromatherapy and is likely the widest-used essential oil to date. Lavender also can be safely used on children.
Extraction Method: Steam Distilled
Plant Part: Flowering Tops
Details: All Natural, Therapeutic Grade Essential Oil
Historical Uses:Lavender has historically been used to clean and help heal wounds and burns, to repel insects, to calm and soothe emotions, to recover from minor illness, to address skin complaints, to relieve headaches, and to wash laundry, as well as in perfumery and cooking.
Apply to minor sunburn or acne to promote healing.
Add to a bath to relax, calm, and promote restful sleep.
Apply to insect bites to relieve itching, repel bugs, and help diminish minor swelling.
Blends well with: Bergamot, Geranium, Clary Sage, Rosemary, Roman Chamomile, Rose, Eucalyptus, Lemon, Peppermint, Lemongrass, Cypress, Marjoram, and Melaleuca.
Description:Lime is used in everything from soft drinks to gums; it has a citrus flavor and is grown in warmer climates. The Spark Naturals Oil is cold pressed and has a fresh citrus sweet aroma. It has been useful to help with circulation and help the immune system
Properties: Antiseptic, Astringent, Bactericidal, Disinfectant, Haemostatic, Restorative and Tonic
Historical Uses:Lime essential oil has been used to help cool fevers and help the immune system fight off sore throats, colds, flu, coughs and asthma. It also helps with depression and an exhausted mind when used aromatically. Lime may be used topically to help with poor circulation, obesity, cellulite and as a toning agent to clear oily skin and acne.
Diffuse to create a citrus smelling atmosphere that will help the immune system fight off colds and other respiratory ailments. Use topically to increase circulation and to clear oily skin and acne.
Blends well With: Lavender, Clary Sage, Ylang Ylang and other Citrus Oils
Lime Essential Oil Application:
(Citrus Oils may be photo-toxic, avoid sunlight after use) Can be use aromatically Can be consumed Can be used topically (Dilute for young or sensitive skin)
Historical Uses:Mentioned over 40 times in the bible it was anciently used as a spiritual oil to purify, and naturally lift the soul in prayer. Cedarwood is now used modernly in soaps, perfume, floor cleaners, pesticides.
Blends Well With:bergamot, cinnamon, cypress, frankincense, jasmine, juniper, lavender, lemon, rose and rosemary
Description:Eucalyptus has a fresh sharp and very unique smell. It has a water type viscosity and can grow up to 300 feet tall. The tree uses a lot of water to grow and has been planted to help dry up land.
Properties:Antiseptic, Astringent, Deodorant, Diuretic, Sedative and Vasoconstrictor
Historical Uses:Eucalyptus has been used in everything from cough and throat medicines to ointments. This oil has a calming effect and has been known to help breathing and to open air passages.
Use aromatically to improve concentration, relieve respiratory problems and assist with hay fever and headaches. (This oil also may be diffused as an insect repellant) Dilute and gargle to help with sore throat. Use topically to help with muscle aches and congestion.
Blends well With: Lavender, Lemon, Lemongrass, Thyme
Eucalyptus Essential Oil Application:
Can be used aromatically Can be used topically (Dilute for young or sensitive skin)
Blend water and ACV, add eucalyptus oil to the mix. After shampooing hair apply blend to hair and scalp and massage in. Let blend sit in hair for about 2 minutes, rinse with water. Vinegar smell will diminish as hair dries.