Calmer Solutions Lavender Essential Oil
A floral herbaceous scent with a balsamic/ woody undertone Hugely popular with aromatherapists, this is an excellent all rounder. May help promote relaxation & calm, easing stress, anxiety & depression. May help with skin conditions acne & eczema & may help reduce scarring. Also works as an insect repellent.
blends well with Tea tree, Peppermint, Chamomile, Eucalyptus, Lemon, Clary Sage, Ylang Ylang, Geranium, Frankincense, Rosemary, Bergamot, Cypress... and may more Price shown is for a 10ml bottle, other sizes and further details available by clicking either the picture or product name.
The Kidderminster College Aromatherapy kit includes the following;
Pure Essential Oils
Begamot FCF (White) 10ml
Chamomile Tomane 10ml
Frankincense (Olibanum) 10ml
Lemon (Finest) 10ml
Tea Tree 10ml
Tlang Ylang III 10ml
Benzoin Siam 10ml
Black Pepper 10ml
Almond Sweet 250ml
Wooden 30 compartment oil storage box
50ml Measure 2ml graduated glass cylinder
100ml mixing beaker
Glass stirring rod
The use of Lavender has been documented for over 2500 years. The ancient Egyptians used lavender in the mummification process and in perfume. Romans used lavender oils for cooking, bathing and scenting the air. The name is believed to be derived from the Latin verb lavare—which means, “to wash.” The Romans also used lavender oil in soaps. In Medieval and Renaissance France, women who took in washing were known as “lavenders.” Clothes were washed in lavender and laid to dry on lavender bushes. In Roman times it was used to help heal wounds and burns. The Ancient Greeks used lavender to help with insomnia and muscular aches and pains.
Lavender is also mentioned in the Bible, when Mary anointed Jesus” feet with spikenard (a Variety of Lavender). In the 16th Century glove makers would perfume their gloves with Lavender, it was noted that they did not contract cholera and so it was used again I the 17th century as a remedy for the Plague in London. It was in the 19th century that English Lavender became popular and both Queen Elizabeth & Victoria were reported to have used it.
The popularity of lavender soon caught on in the Americas and it is reported that the Shakers were the 1st to grow Lavender commercially.
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