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Lavender: Maillette Essential Oil

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Maillette Lavender is another form of true lavender, however this type is cultivated in South Africa. It has many of the same uses of its French and Bulgarian counterparts, though they are not the exact same oils.

Name of Oil:Lavender (Maillette)

Latin Binomial:Lavandula angustifolia

Extraction Method:Steam

Countries of Origin:South Africa

Scent Profile:floral, fresh, sweet, herbaceous, sometimes slightly fruity

Parts used in distillation:flowers

Oil Characteristics:clear with a tinge of yellow, thin, medium intensity

Cultivation: Certified Organic

  • Lavender Maillette Essential Oil

    Lavender Maillette is one of many varieties of the lavender plant. This one grows both in the climate of South Africa, and also in the French Provence region. It has a charming, gentle floral scent, with a spicy, fruity note, so it’s popular in many perfumes today. Lavender has a long and memorable history. It has been used for thousands of years, from the ancient Egyptian, Phoenician and Arabian civilizations, to the Greek and Roman empires. It was used for perfumes, mummification, and aromatherapy. Later it was used in Europe by the 1600’s as a preventative against cholera and the Black Plague. Today, we learn more and more about the many therapeutic benefits of lavender essential oil,

    Learn how Lavender Maillette essential oil can benefit your health and your home in all-natural ways:

    1. Burns:Use Lavender Maillette oil immediately if you get a burn or sunburn. Apply lavender oil and THEN some aloe vera on top. The combination is extremely effective in healing burns fast! The lavender’s calmative properties go to work fast to desensitize the nerves and relieve the pain, while its healing properties begin repairing your skin and preventing scarring. Then the aloe vera seals the lavender in and moisturizes the skin!
    2. Stress Relief:Lavender Maillette essential oil sends messages to the brain via the smell sensors to calm anxiety and tension, so your body and emotions can relax and restore balance. Try a drop on each temple (not too close to the eyes) and just breathe! Soon, you’ll find tension draining away, your heart rate will calm, your teeth will unclench and you’ll be able to face your day again!
    3. Skin Conditions:Skin problems like acne, boils, fungus, scars and insect bites and stings are no match for Lavender Maillette essential oil. It promotes the growth of new, healthy skin cells, reduces or prevents scarring, and it’s anti-bacterial and anti-viral properties quickly heal the infections that cause acne and boils to fester. Its anti-inflammatory nature takes the itch and swelling out of bites and stings, and they won’t get infected and become a bigger problem!

    Tip: Add a few drops of lavender to a small spray bottle of water, and before bedtime, or before making the bed in the morning, spritz the sheets and pillows with lavender water. When you climb into bed, you’ll be soothed and feel pampered by the lovely, restful aroma of Lavender.

    Read about the similarities and differences of 5 different types of lavender essential oils

  • Botanical Name: Lavandula angustifolia

    Plant Part: Flower Tops

    Extraction: Steam

    Origin: South Africa

    Cultivation: Certified Organic

    Zodiac Signature Oil: Virgo (A 3 in x 3 in Zodiac card (as pictured) is included with each purchase.)

  • Properties: Analgesic, Anticonvulsive, Antidepressant, Antiphlogistic, Antimicrobial, Antirheumatic, Antiseptic, Antispasmodic, Antitoxic, Antiviral, Bactericide, Carminative, Cholagogue, Cicatrisant, Cordial, Cytophylactic, Deodorant, Decongestant, Diuretic, Emmenagogue, Hypotensive, Insecticidal, Nervine, Parricidal, Restorative, Rubefacient, Sedative, Splenetic, Sudorific, Tonic, Vermifuge, Vulnerary.

    Abscesses, Acne, Alopecia, Anger, Asthma, Balances sebum, Balances Central Nervous System, Boils, Bronchitis, Burns, Carbuncles, Catarrh, Cleanses dog bites, Clears the spleen and the liver, Colds, Colic, Earache, Eases menstrual pain, Eczema, Epilepsy, Exhaustion, Flatulence, Fungal growths and infections, Gangrenous wounds, Hair tonic, Headaches, Increases gastric secretion, Insecticide, Insomnia, Keeps infections down, Laryngitis, Lowers high blood pressure, Manic Depression, Migraines, Muscle spasms, Nausea, Painful menstruation, Palpitations, Positive effect on psychological disorders, Promotes cell growth, Psoriasis, Purifies the air, Reduces inflammation, Regulates menstrual cycle, Rheumatic pains (blend with Marjoram enhances its effect), Scanty periods, Scarring, Sedative to heart, Speeds delivery in childbirth while simultaneously bringing down the pain of contractions (massaging the lower back helps to expel afterbirth), Sprains and Strains (blend with Marjoram enhances its effect), Stimulates bile production (which helps the body to properly digest fats), Sunburns, Swelling, Throat infections, Tonic to Respiratory System, Tuberculosis, Vomiting.

    Precautions: Avoid during first trimester of pregnancy, use caution if suffering from low blood pressure.

  • Lavender Maillette blends well with:

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