The first thing that comes to mind when you think of essential oils is lavender essential oil.
This article is going to talk about lavender essential oil briefly.
The first thing that comes to mind when talking about the functions of lavender essential oil is that it is a sleep aid, acne remedy, anti-inflammatory, etc. Indeed, lavender essential oil is an essential oil that can be used at home.
Today we are going to analyze the effects of lavender essential oil on sleep.
There are many varieties of lavender, and there are four main types of lavender used to extract the oil: real lavender, eye-catching lavender, spiky lavender, and head lavender. The different varieties contain different ingredients, and the extracted essential oils target different symptoms.
Real lavender is also called lavandula angustifolia, and most of the lavender essential oils in traditional aromatherapy books refer to it as a sedative, anti-inflammatory, analgesic, hypotensive, and sleep aid, which can be blended and harmonized with other essential oils to produce an effect of one plus one plus one plus one plus one plus two.
The real lavender contains ingredients containing about 50% of the esters, most of which are acetic acid esters, this component is the main component of lavender sleep, this component has a characteristic, it can be used in low doses to soothe the nerves, high doses to use to stimulate the nerves, the amount is quite difficult to grasp, if the use of a bad grasp of the dose and the way, it may be “the more you use the more mental”.
It is also true that some people say they can’t sleep after using lavender oil.
Waking Lavender, also known as Grand Lavender, is the typical lavender field we see in landscape postcards, with the purple of the Provençal blue sky all over the mountains, is Waking Lavender. It treats skin problems, fights infections, heals wounds, burns, calms, relieves anxiety, has a sweet and strong scent, and has the warm support from incense alcohol in its composition, as well as the sweet inclusion of incense acetate, making it perfect for cases with space phobia and social disorders.
Wakeful Lavender contains about 50% esters and about 40% monoterpene alcohols, and is similar to lavender for sleep aid, but some origins of Wakeful Lavender have a higher camphor content and smell more pungent, so children should be more careful with the dose.
Spike lavender and head lavender, both of which are less commonly used on a daily basis and less readily available, also do not have a restful sleep effect.