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Lavender Organic

Essential Oil

from Simplers Botanicals
Retail $12.39
 you save 38%
Size: 5 ml
Item: 6150
Weight: 0.08 lbs
Points: 38
Used for centuries, Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) essential oil benefits include aromatherapy to soothe body and mind and topical uses for treating cuts, sunburns and headaches.†

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Lavender Organic Essential Oil

  • DU-usda-organic
  • HV-vegan
  • MA-additive-free
  • MG-gluten-free
  • OS-soy-free
  • PY-yeast-free
  • QH-non-gmo

Lavender Used for centuries, Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) essential oil benefits include aromatherapy to soothe body and mind and topical uses for treating cuts, sunburns and headaches.†

The staple of every home’s essential oil kit, Lavender essential oil is a gentle and effective universal natural health resource. Among its many uses, lavender oil provides calming effects to the mind and body, may minimize bloating or upset stomach from occasional indigestion, can reduce minor skin irritations, and provide relief to muscles and joints after exercise.†

Lavender oil has a soft, floral herbal scent known for its relaxing and soothing effects.† Popularly used for minor skin discomforts, overactive skin and skin rejuvenation.†

It's excellent as aromatherapy during periods of stress and nervousness.† Often used prior to sleep and gentle enough for use with children.†

Lavender Essential Oil Uses

The following summaries are based on common methods of using essential oils and do not necessarily represent every possible use. Many potential benefits may overlap with aromatic, topical, and/or internal uses.


For aromatherapy, dilute in spray bottle or diffuse according to the Instructions Tab. Use of Lavender essential oil as aromatherapy may:

  • Promote sleep and relaxation for babies, children, and adults†
  • Reduce anxiety and calm nerves†
  • Help with pain management†
  • Reduce heart rate and blood pressure†
  • Improve breathing and support respiratory health†

To use Lavender essential oil topically, dilute with carrier oil in a roll-on or storage bottle according to the Instructions Tab. Topical use of Lavender essential oil may:

  • Relieve sunburn†
  • Help speed healing of wounds†
  • Deter dandruff†
  • Calm itchy or irritated skin†
  • Soothe occasional muscle aches and pains†
  • Improve acne†
  • Reduce bloating or help with occasional digestive issues†
  • Support a healthy allergen response†
  • Promote healthy blood pressure†
  • Reduce tension headaches†

Recommended only under the guidance and direction of a medical practitioner or licensed aromatherapist.


Lavender oil may be used with other essential oils to amplify or improve its potential. Use the following suggested blends to maximize the range of benefits that Lavender essential oil may provide.

  • Lavender and Peppermint for headaches†
  • Lavender and Chamomile for relaxation and sleep†
  • Lavender and Frankincense to ease mental stress and reduce anxiety†
  • Lavender and Eucalyptus for mental relief, hay fever, or muscle pain†
  • Lavender and Geranium Rose for massage oil

All Natural Carrier Oils Essential Oils from Simplers Botanicals Storage & Application Bottles

Distillation Extraction Method

A variety of extraction methods are used to create essential oils. These methods include distillation, cold-press, and CO2 extraction. Lavender essential oil is extracted using the distillation method.

Steam distillation is the most common method of extracting essential oils. Distillation forces the water portion of the plant (hydrosol) apart from the volatile (essential) oil. The essential oil transfers into a cooling chamber. The quality of the resulting oil depends on many factors—including the growth methods of the plant and the process and experience of the distiller.

Each plant yields a different volume of oil during the distillation process depending on its chemical properties. If a particular essential oil retails at a higher price, it is because more plant was required to result in that amount of oil.

Simplers Botanicals™

Since 1981, Simplers Botanicals™ has led the way in therapeutic quality, certified organic essential oils and herbal extracts. They deliver aromatherapy products the way that nature intended—using effective extraction techniques and quality plants in order to provide true and pure therapeutic-grade essential oils.

They source only the highest quality oils from artisan distillers all over the world, and offer certified organic oils whenever possible. Their oils come from France, Germany, Egypt, Nepal, Madagascar, Albania, Sri Lanka, Morocco, Indonesia, Guatemala, El Salvador, Argentina, Croatia, Australia, Canada and the United States. They are proud to support the farmers in these regions as they work together to provide a superior product to their customers and distributors.

Graduates of the California School of Herbal Studies in Forestville, California, their experienced staff use their reverence for plants, the environment and the planet to blend and bottle each oil with care.

Further Reading

Energetic Nutrition does not necessarily agree with or condone the ideas or suggestions expressed in the following external links. We are providing them for informational purposes only.

Top 7 Lavender Oil Benefits

Aromatherapy Safety Information (National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy)

Risks and Uses of Essential Oils

Are Essential Oils Safe?

Is Ingesting Essential Oils Safe?

Essential Oil Safety for Use with Children and Babies

The Stress Connection - When a Hectic Life Hurts
Choosing and Using Essential Oils

Instructions - Lavender Organic Essential Oil


Lavender oil can be used in multiple ways depending on the desired benefits or results. Suggested carrier oils include jojoba, coconut, or grapeseed oil. Suggested methods represent a few common practices for informational purposes only. See safety precautions for more details.

woman smelling essential oils bottle Aromatic Use: Ensure proper ventilation and take several deep breaths. Limit exposure to one or two hours at a time. May be used in these ways:

  • Use a spray bottle or preferred diffuser and follow dilution instructions.
  • Inhale directly from the bottle by taking 1-3 deep breaths.
  • Add a drop on a shirt collar or pillow.
  • Rub oil (dilute 2 drops per teaspoon in carrier oil) on hands and inhale.
  • Add several drops in a pot of hot water, and then cover head with a towel to provide respiratory support, or to open sinus passageways.†

woman applying essential oils to bottom of legsTopical Use: Recommended DILUTION RATIO is 1 drop essential oil per teaspoon (5ml) or more of carrier oil to start.

During first use, always patch test a small area of skin before applying to larger areas. Absorption after application can provide internal and external benefits. May be used in these ways:

  • For mood enhancing effects, stimulate pulse points by applying diluted oil to wrists, temples, behind ears, and on earlobes.†
  • For respiratory benefits, apply diluted oil to chest or upper back.†
  • To ease muscle pain, massage into affected area.†
  • For overall well-being and relaxation, rub into bottoms of feet.†
  • Dilute with carrier oil and massage into abdomen for uterine or digestive support.†

woman resting head back with eyes closed in bathtubBathing or Compress: Stimulate overall or specific areas of circulation, senses, and relaxation with bathing or as a compress. May be used in these ways:

  • Add 2 drops Lavender oil per 1 Tablespoon (15ml) of carrier oil to a bath to experience both aromatic and topical benefits.
  • Make a compress using a warm, wet cloth, and then add 5-10 drops of oil. Microwave for 20-30 seconds. Test temperature to make sure it is not too hot. Lay towel across chest, back or abdomen to promote healthy circulation, respiratory support, or to calm occasional digestive upset.†

Internal Use: Though the ingestion of specific essential oils, such as Lavender, may be safe under certain circumstance, the practice should only be done under the guidance and direction of a licensed aromatherapist or medical practitioner.


Essential Oils are extremely concentrated. Always use with care and begin with highly diluted amounts to test for sensitivities. Consult a licensed aromatherapist or physician for additional methods or use.

  • Although Lavender Essential Oil is one of the few oils that is gentle enough to be used undiluted on the skin, those with sensitive skin may still have a mild reaction. Take care with direct use and avoid open skin/wounds with initial application.
  • Talk to your doctor about additional drug interactions if you are taking a prescription sleep aid. Lavender oil may enhance the effect of sleep medications.
  • DO NOT dilute with water (with the exception of using as a compress).
  • DO NOT apply to eyes, ear canal, or mucus membranes.
  • If irritation occurs, apply carrier oil, do not add water.
  • Use in properly ventilated areas and avoid exposure for extended periods.
  • Store in a cool, dark place.
  • Keep out of reach of children.

Suggested use of essential oils should not be a substitute for medical advice. Individuals with health concerns or conditions should consult a licensed healthcare provider prior to use.

Ingredients - Lavender Organic Essential Oil

USDA ORGANIC100% pure Organic Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) essential oil.

Country of origin: France

Manufactured by Seychelles Organics, Inc.

† These statements have not been evaluated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) or This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. The information provided on this site is for informational purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for advice from your physician or other health care professional or any information contained on or in any product label or packaging. You should not use the information on this site for diagnosis or treatment of any health problem or for prescription of any medication or other treatment. You should consult with a health care professional before starting any diet, exercise or supplementation program, before taking any medication, or if you have or suspect you might have a health problem, or are pregnant. When you receive an item, carefully read all labels, warnings, and directions before use. Actual product packaging and materials may contain more and/or different information than shown on this website.

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