Lavandula (Lavender) Oil

Paragon Alternative’s essential oils are selected and approved by  Sajid Ali, D.N.M. They are the purest and best essential oils available.

 

Angelica Sinensis Oil Origin and Extraction

Angelica Sinensis oil is derived from the angelica plant. Angelica plants are often known as dong quai.  Angelica grows in the mountains regions of China, Korea and Japan.   The oil is extracted from the root of a mature plant (meaning the plant is at least three years old).

Angelica Sinensis Oil Indications/Uses  

This oil’s medicinal history exceeds one thousand years. Angelica Sinesis Oil is perhaps best known for its healing effects on the female reproductive system. This oil helps relieve discomfort and symptoms related to menstruation, pre-mens

Lavandula Oil Origin and Extraction

 

Lavandula, more commonly known as lavender, is a perennial shrub. Steam distillation retrieves the oils from the flowers of certain species of the plant. Two types of Lavender Oils are produced. The most commercially prominent oil is obtained from lavender growing in the Himalaya Mountain foothills.

 

Lavandula Essential Oil Indications/Uses  

Lavandula Essential Oil has a calming, soothing effect that promotes mental and emotional bell-being. It helps combat stress, relieves headaches and eases anxiety. This oil has a positive effect on the autonomic nervous system.  It is also known for its ability to induce restful sleep. As such, it is used to combat insomnia.

Having antiseptic properties, this essential oil helps prevent infections developing in wounds, burns and sores.  It is helpful in the treatment of acne, psoriasis and other skin conditions, and also acts to reduce pain stemming from various sources, including sore muscles and joints, back ache and post operative pain.

Lavandula Essential Oil helps promote urine flow and promotes hormonal balance. It is useful in the treatment of respiratory disorders as it aids the body to eliminate phlegm.  It is a digestive aid, helps restore hair growth stemming from autoimmune conditions such as alopecia, and has a beneficial effect on blood circulation.

This oil’s anti-viral and anti-bacterial properties help the body resist bacterial and viral related diseases.

trual syndrome (PMS) and menopause.

Other medicinal uses of angelica sinensis oil include the management of hypertension, infertility, joint paint, ulcers, anemia, allergies, and for skin conditions such as psoriasis.

Lavandula Oil Contra Indications

Lavandula Oil should never be ingested. Serious health complications can occur. Some individuals may develop skin irritation or have allergic reactions to the oil. Persons with diabetes are advised to avoid using this product.

Pregnant women are advised to avoid this essential oil. Nursing mothers should avoid this oil as well.

Essential Oils are natural, contracted oils that have the fragrance of the plant from which they originated. Most typically, the oils are extracted from the plant through distillation. In many cases, the distillation process involves the use of steam.  As steam passes through the plant’s stems, seeds, flowers or leaves, it assists in vaporizing the volatile compounds.

While essential oils have various uses, they have a long documented history of medicinal value. Essential Oils can support overall health, act as a treatment or remedy for various medical or psychological conditions or help prevent infections and illness.

Essential Oils should not be used on animals as they can have adverse effects.

Our Philosophy of Health and Well-Being

Our philosophy and approach is to facilitate health by balancing and restoring the body’s systems to optimal well-being. Hence, rather than treating symptoms or diseases, we aim to reduce and remove blockages to overall health.

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Wikipedia

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Essential_oil

Organic Facts

https://www.organicfacts.net/health-benefits/essential-oils/health-benefits-of-lavender-essential-oil.html

101 Herbs

http://www.101herbs.com/lavender-oil.html

Wikipedia

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lavender

WebMD.com

http://www.webmd.com/vitamins-supplements/ingredientmono-838-lavender.aspx?activeingredientid=838&activeingredientname=lavender