The Lavender Vera essential oil produced by the Cistercian nuns of the Rieunette Abbey (France) has calming and antiseptic properties, gives relaxation to the body and mind and is indicated as an adjuvant in moments of stress or sleep disturbances.
Lavender in bloom: an icon of relaxation from Provence
The Lavender Vera (Lavandula angustifolia) is certainly the queen of aromatic plants, a harbinger of well-being and pleasure thanks to its characteristic enveloping scent, the scent of Provence par excellence, and the sight of its fascinating indigo and violet blooms. Typical of the Mediterranean area, it is a spontaneous bushy plant that loves gravelly and clayey soils, sunny areas and whose use has spread over time for cultivation in vegetable gardens, gardens and fields intended for medicinal crops.
< p> Of the Lavender, the flowering tops are used from which an essential oil
is extracted, very rich in antiseptic, antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory and calming properties
at an epidermal, muscular and mental level. The one distilled by the Cistercian nuns of Rieunette is 100% organic
The relaxing virtues of Lavender have in fact always been known in the herbal and phytotherapeutic fields and they are appreciated for decontracting baths and massages, ready to use to flame or heal insect bites and small skin lesions, give relief and relaxation to the body and mind by facilitating sleep and relaxation in case of stress and insomnia.
Directions for use:
- a few drops in the diffuser , on the palm of the hand or on the pillow to promote relaxation and purify the air.
- on the skin: 1 or 2 drops on insect bites or small "sores" or behind each ear as an anti-lice! .
- for a relaxing massage: 40-50 drops diluted in a 50 ml bottle of vegetable oil (argan, sesame...).
- for a relaxing bath: 5- 10 drops in a handful of rock salt or in your shower gel.
- Not suitable for pregnant or breastfeeding women, epileptics, the elderly and hypertensive, children under 8 years.
- Keep closed, protected from light and heat and out of the reach of children li>
- Avoid prolonged use and, if necessary, seek medical advice
- The descriptions are informative and are in no way medical indications
Ingredients: Lavandula angustifolia (flowers); main components: lynalyl acetate (37%), linalol (28.09%), limonène, géraniol, coumarine