The Origin of Lavandin

Lavandin Is a hybrid plant developed in 1900 by crossing true lavender (L. angustifolia) with spike lavender or aspic (L. latifolia) and is larger than lavender with a woody stem and blue or gray flowers.

It is grown extensively in France and often preferred by the perfume industry for its oil and the flowers for sachets, potpourri and craft work. This hybridization is due to foraging insects, mainly bees, going from flower to flower transporting pollen from one species to another. This phenomenon was verified in 1927 in the Chiris Company laboratories in Grasse, France. Artificial pollenization of aspic by lavender pollen enabled production of six seeds which, when planted, produced two individuals identified as “lavandin”.


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Historical Facts

Roman Society

The Romans used Lavender to scent everything from their bathing water to bedding – and even their hair.


Queen Victoria

Queen Victoria of The United Kingdom of Great Britain, took an interest to lavender in 19th century, thus Lavender became popular.


Ancient Egyptian

The ancient Egyptians used lavender for mummification and perfume.


Ancient Greek

The Ancient Greeks used lavender to fight insomnia and back aches.




Spa Massage

Some people wants to take things to the next level. In term of spa-like treatment you can do that by combining one cup of Epsom Salt and 4 drops of Lavandin Oil.


Muscle Relaxation Massage

Lavandin Oil helps with stress, but also with muscle spasms. If your muscles are aching, you can always treat yourself with a massage.


Calming Aid

There are different way to use Lavandin oil for calming. For calming your brain and emotions, rub few drops of Lavandin Oil in your cupped palms and then move them close to your face.


Promote Sleep

If you are having trouble sleeping at night, you can try the same cupping and inhaling method. You can even rub some Lavandin Oil on your pillow to help you sleep.



One of the common Lavandin Oil uses is to alleviate symptoms of nausea. For this remedy, just place a drop of Lavandin Oil on the end of the tongue, behind your ears or around the navel.


Bee Sting & Insect bites

Well, to stop the magic cycle, put a drop of Laandin Oil on the bite. It will stop the itching and reduce swelling almost instantly.


Minor Burn

If you burn your hand with hot tea or something, just put a few drops of the oil on the burn. It will reduce pain, and there will be no redness, swelling or any other sign of a burn. It is like magic.


Once a week for 20 minutes, sit in a hot bath that contains a handful of epsom salts, 10 spray of lavandin oil and a half cup of baking soda. That combo draws out toxins, lower stress-related hormones, balancing our ph level and help us to have a good quality of sleep.


Nose Bleed

If you need to stop a nose bleed, Lavandin Oil on a tissue. Wrap it around a small chip of ice, and then push it under the middle of the top lip to the base of the nose.


Reduce Acne

Lavandin Oil is great for treating skin problems because it contains minerals, vitamins, and some antioxidants. For this treatment, however, it is best that you dilute the oil in water or another carrier oil.


Slow Aging

Lavandin Oil is rich in antioxidants. And we all know that antioxidants can slow down the process of aging. Antioxidants also reduce the appearance of symptoms of aging.


Cough & Breathing Problem

Did you know? Lavandin essential oil may help remove mucus deposits in your lungs and relieve breathing problems. It may also assist in removing scars and stretch marks, enhance blood circulation and promote cell regeneration. 


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