Lavender essential oil Lavandula officinalis 10 ml PRANAROM

Lavender essential oil Lavandula officinalis 10 ml PRANAROM

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Lavender essential oil Lavandula officinalis 10 ml PRANAROM. Effective and well-tolerated for all types of ailments, powerful antispasmodic, analgesic, insomnia, anxiety, it is available at a low price in our online pharmacy.

What is Pranarom True Lavender Essential Oil used for?

Effective and well-tolerated for all types of ailments, Powerful antispasmodic, analgesic, Insomnia, anxiety, Organic True Lavender or True Lavender Oil is one of the flagships of modern aromatherapy, For stress, relaxation and sleep, Its perfect harmlessness, excellent tolerance, combined with its unquestionable effectiveness, have certainly contributed to the primordial role it plays in any aromatic pharmacy worthy of the name, The vast number of indications treated by this essential oil makes it a universal panacea,

In the hills and low mountains of the Mediterranean basin, true or officinal lavender is characterized by floral whorls associated with 2 small, broadly oval-pointed bracts, The leaves are narrow, linear, the flowering branches are simple and very pleasant-smelling.

Properties :

  • Powerful antispasmodic
  • Calming, sedative, antidepressant
  • Powerful healing, skin regenerator
  • Remarkable analgesic
  • Antimicrobial and antiseptic.

True Lavender essential oil contains linalool, which has analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties. Linalool acts on various receptors and ion channels, blocking pain transmission and reducing inflammation induced by various stimuli.

True Lavender has well-documented relaxing and sedative properties. It acts on the central nervous system, reducing stress and anxiety and promoting relaxation and sleep. This action is attributed to its effect on GABA and NMDA receptors, as well as its interaction with serotonin transporters.

True Lavender essential oil has antispasmodic properties, which means it can help relax the smooth muscles of the intestines and blood vessels. This can help relieve muscle spasms and tension, improving comfort and mobility.

True Lavender has antimicrobial and antiparasitic properties, making it an effective agent against fungal, bacterial and parasitic infections. It can help combat pathogens such as Candida albicans, Salmonella and Staphylococcus aureus, while respecting resident flora.

In addition to its anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties, True Lavender essential oil is also antioxidant, which means it can help protect cells against free radical damage. It also promotes healing of wounds and skin lesions, helping to regenerate damaged tissue.

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How to use this essential oil

  • Internal use: for all nervous dystonias, 2 drops CTEO 2 to 3 times a day in honey, olive oil or on cane sugar, under the tongue for arterial and nervous indications.
  • External use: for nerve indications, 3 drops of H.E.C.T. on the arch of the foot, the inside of the wrists, on the solar plexus (repeat as needed) and as a local application for all other indications.

On a daily basis, 4 drops of True Lavender on a block of wood in your wardrobe will keep moths away and give your clothes a pleasant scent. Two drops of True Lavender on the cuff of a pyjama collar or pillowcase will promote faster, more restful sleep.

Precautions for use True Lavender Essential Oil

-Keep out of reach of young children.
-This product is not a substitute for a balanced diet.
-Do not exceed recommended dosage.
Unless authorized, do not use during pregnancy or breast-feeding, or on children under 3 years of age.
-An allergic reaction is always possible.
-Keep away from heat and light.

What is its composition?

Pranarôm "Bio" essential oils are chemotyped from organic farming. They are certified organic by Ecocert, an independent, internationally recognized organization.

Presentation Lavender Essential Oil Lavandula officinalis

10 ml bottle

When is True Lavender essential oil traditionally used?

  • Cramps, contractures and muscle spasms
  • Stress, anxiety, depression, agitation, insomnia
  • Acne, eczema, psoriasis, pruritus, burns, ulcers, wounds, sores, dermatitis, rosacea
  • Rheumatism
  • Hypertension
  • Nervous disorders: asthma, digestive spasm, nausea, migraine, extrasystole
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