The health benefits of Lavandin Essential Oil can be attributed to its properties as an antidepressant, antiseptic, analgesic, cicatrisant, expectorant, nervine, and vulnerary substance.
Lavandin oil is commonly used for additional fragrance in soap, body lotions, massage oils, and candles. It’s often used in baths and works great as a fragrant pouch for linen closets. The essential oil is efficient in removing scars and stretch marks. It also enhances blood circulation and promotes cell regeneration.
Due to its high camphor properties, lavandin oil is used in cleaning agents. Meanwhile, lavandin flowers are used to make tea that efficiently removes mucous deposits in your lungs and relieves breathing problems.
Antidepressant: Lavandin oil boosts self esteem, confidence, hope, and mental strength, while efficiently fighting depression. This can be very helpful to drive away depression for those who are suffering from depression due to a failure in their career or personal relationships, insecurity, loneliness, stagnation, someone’s death, or for any other reason. This also relieves anxiety. As an antidepressant, it can be systematically administered to patients of acute depression who are undergoing rehabilitation.
Antiseptic: The essential oil of Lavandin has certain compounds which contribute to its antiseptic properties. By virtue of this property, Lavandin Oil can protect wounds from becoming septic. It is found to be effective in preventing incisions from becoming septic or getting infected from tetanus, particularly after surgery, caesarian deliveries, and other wounds.
Analgesic: The word analgesic simply means an agent that reduces pain and inflammation. Lavandin essential oil helps reduce pain in the muscles and joints, as well as toothaches and headaches that may result from viral infections like cough and cold, influenza, fever, and pox.
Cicatrisant: This is an interesting property of Lavandin oil. It makes scars and after marks of boils, acne, and pox on the skin fade away. This includes the fading away of stretch marks, surgery marks, and fat cracks that are associated with pregnancy and the delivery of a child.
Expectorant: This essential oil drives away coughs and the phlegm that is deposited in the respiratory tracts and lungs. Also, it gives relief for bronchitis and congestion of the nasal tract, larynx, pharynx, bronchi, and lungs. It also gives relief from body pain, headaches, toothaches, and a rise in body temperature that is associated with cold.
Nervine: A nervine is an agent that keeps the nervous system in order and in good health. Lavandin oil acts as a tonic for the nerves and the nervous system. It helps to cure many nervous disorders, such as shaking hands or limbs, nervousness, vertigo, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease and convulsions, sluggishness, and a lack of reflexes. It strengthens nerves and activates them.
Vulnerary: Lavandin oil speeds up the healing of wounds, cuts, and surgical incisions and also protects them from infections. This property makes it a vulnerary. This is aided by its other properties as an antiseptic and cicatrisant substance.
Other Benefits: It relieves the deposition of phlegm, cramps, stiffness and pain in muscles, and helps cure sinusitis, dermatitis, and colds.
Although there are no known adverse side effects, it should still be avoided during pregnancy. It is non-irritating, non-toxic, and non-sensitizing.
None are recorded.