Grown and Distilled in Grand Junction, CO
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Linda’s Lavender is grown above the Colorado River in Grand Junction, CO. With over 100 plants, including Grosso (majority of field planted is Grosso for it’s high essential oil yield), Hidcote, Betty Blue, Miss Katherine, Edelweiss, Folgate (culinary), Super, Croxton’s Wild, and Royal Velvet. Linda’s Lavender is distilled in small batches on site and then we properly age it to produce the highest quality pure essential Lavender Oil and Hydrosol.
Linda’s Lavender Essential Oil uses:
Best on kitchen burns! Apply a few drops directly to burn. Apply every few hours, as needed. Helps to heal without scarring and subdues pain. Within a week or so, the burned skin will peel off – MIRACULOUS!! (If you are sensitive to the lavender essential oil, use coconut oil as a carrier oil and apply)
A few drops on your pillow, Helps to relax you for a great night’s sleep
Add a few drops to bath or shower, Helps relieve stress and aching muscles (I like to use in combination with Epsom Salts in the bath)
Apply to insect bites – helps relieve itching and promotes healing
To calm a pet – rub a few drops in your hands and gently pet from top of head to base of tail. Some pets may be sensitive, so use cautiously (cats especially)
Linda’s Lavender 100% Pure Essential Oil should not stain most fabrics. Inferior Lavender Essential Oils, most commonly found in stores, are usually diluted with other oils and will stain fabrics.
Linda’s Lavender Hydrosol uses:
Spray on bedding (can be used on pets bedding – use lightly)
Has antimicrobial properties – I use on countertops, shower curtains, etc.
Window/glass cleaner – Cleans glass with no streaking!!!
For additional information and uses:
Mercola.com (‘Herbal Oil: Lavender Oil Benefits and Uses’)
DrAxe.com (‘7 Medicinal Benefits of Lavender Essential Oil’)
Possible side effects: Do a spot test before using. Simply apply a drop of lavender oil to your arm to see if any sensitivity occurs. Diluting with a carrier oil (such as coconut oil or olive oil) is recommended if you are sensitive. May not be recommended for children. Do not apply pure lavender oil to open wounds. Instead, it is recommended to use a carrier oil such as coconut oil or olive oil. Dissolving it in water also works. Be careful not to rub lavender oil in your eyes or mucous membranes. If this happens, wash out immediately.