- A clean, calming scent
- Certified USDA Organic
- Diffuse for aromatherapy
- Add a drop to pillows, bedding, or bottoms of feet at bedtime
- Add a drop to bathwater
- Apply a drop to temples and back of the neck
- Use a drop to smooth onto the skin
History of Lavender
Lavender oil is often favored for its calm and clean scent. The leaves and stems of the plant were historically used to prepare decoctions for health-supporting purposes, as well as for cosmetic purposes. In fact, the Romans used lavender oil for bathing, cooking and purifying the air. This versatile essential oil is known for its benefits, including supporting feelings of relaxation.
Organic English Lavender Flower Oil
While there are more than 30 varieties of lavender grown in the world today, we source ours from USDA Certified Organic English Lavender flowers. Also known as “Lavender Bulgarian,” this aromatic purple flower brings a calm and clean aroma to all of your days, including your stressful ones.
Full List of Ingredients
Organic English Lavender Flower Oil Extract 60mg*
*Daily Value not establoshed.
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% Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
* Daily Value not established.
USDA Certified Organic
We're proud of this highly regarded label — it means we bottle essential oils sourced from plants grown without the use of chemicals pesticides and fertilizers, toxic human sewage sludge, biosolids or toxic solvents. Our USDA Certified Organic essential oils are always non-GMO and free of synthetic fragrances.
Potency From Seed to Bottle
Ever used essential oils that lack potency? Not here. We don’t believe in shortcuts when it comes to the quality of our oils. It typically takes mighty amounts of plants to create just a few drops of the highest-quality essential oil. For example, it takes approximately 250 pounds of the lavender flower itself to create just 1 pound of lavender essential oil.
Enjoy using lavender essential oil in many different ways. Because of its calming scent, many take lavender beyond the diffuser. Some have said they add it to their pillowcases, apply a few drops to the bottom of their feet before bedtime or their bath water for an unwinding night in.
How to Use
We recommend adding lavender essential oil to your diffuser to create a relaxing aroma throughout your home. In addition to this, try adding a few drops to your bath water for a calming addition to your evening routine.
Make the most of this essential oil by managing the effects of stress in your everyday lifestyle. We recommend eating a diet featuring magnesium while managing a healthy sleep routine.
Pairs Well With
If you’re looking for other essential oils to stock up on to expand our collection, try pairing this essential oil with our USDA Certified Organic Frankincense Trinity Essential Oil. It’s a great addition to any non-toxic beauty routine.
Frequently Asked Questions
Dr. Axe Answers
Ancient Nutrition co-founder, chiropractor, clinical nutritionist and certified doctor of natural medicine is here to answer your questions!
Should I always opt for USDA Certified Organic essential oils?
In short, yes. Conventional essential oils are generally sourced from plants grown with harsh chemicals and pollutants. Imagine condensing plants sprayed with toxins, bottling them up and diffusing throughout your home. USDA Certified Organic essential oils, on the other hand, are grown without these synthetic chemicals so you never have to second guess.
What are some other ways I can use this oil?
There are many ways you can use this oil in addition to just diffusing it throughout your space. Here’s how we use it:
1. Add a few drops to your pillow before bed for a restful night's sleep.
2. Add 1 drop to the bottom of your feet to promote relaxation.
3. Add a few drops to your bath water for a calming night in.
4. Combine a few drops with water into a spray bottle for a non-toxic household cleaner.
Does this bottle come with a dropper?
Our essential oils do not include a dropper but they do have a specially made lid that allows one drop to come through the top at a time to avoid spilling or dropping too much at once.
What is lavender good for?
While lavender is a very versatile oil and used in many ways, it’s widely recognized for promoting feelings of relaxation.
How many servings come in this bottle?
The exact amount of servings differs depending on how much is used at once, but this bottle contains approximately 250 drops of USDA Certified Lavender essential oil.
Is this essential oil tested on animals?
We are proud to say that none of our products are tested on animals.
Is this in a plastic or glass bottle?
All of our essential oils are packaged into glass bottles. We recommend always opting for essential oils packed in glass and never plastic.