Type of Extraction: Steam Distilled
Cautions: Dilute before use; for external use only. May cause skin irritation in some individuals; a skin test is recommended prior to use. Contact with eyes should be avoided. Should be avoided during pregnancy.
Serving Size:1 drop
Servings Per Bottle: 200
Amount Per Serving %DV
** Daily Value (DV) not established Consult medical practitioner for suggested use.
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Ingredients: Lavender Essential Oil
*Please Read*: Always dilute essential oils with a carrier oil before using on the skin. Essential oils can severely irritate your skin and some can even burn you do to the high concentration. Never ingest (eat) essential oils. This can only be properly done with the assistance of a Certified Aroma therapist that has significant training with consuming essential oils. It can be fatal to ingest essential oils. PLEASE DO NOT DO IT! Always Store essential oils in dark glass bottles away from direct sunlight. This will also aid in extending the life of your essential oils. (Essential Oils do not go rancid, however they do oxidize and begin losing their therapeutic value). Never buy, transfer or store essential oils in plastic bottles or with rubber droppers. Pure essential oils will eat through the plastic or rubber and destroy the oil. Always do a skin test before using essential oils. A skin test is easy, take a small bit of the carrier oil you are using and rub a bit on the inside of the wrist or elbow. Check it in 24 hours. If there is no redness or irritation, you are not allergic to the oil. Next place 1 drop of essential oil into a bit of the carrier oil you used in your patch test. Again rub into the inside of the wrist or elbow and wait 24 hours. If no redness or irritation, you are not allergic to either the carrier oil or essential oil and it is safe to use. Never let kids or pets get a hold of essential oils. This does not mean they shouldn’t use them only that you should be the one to apply them. People many times mistakenly assume natural products are always safe. This is wrong and can be very dangerous. So please be careful!