Laurel Leaf Oil
Therapeutic & Aromatic Properties
Purify - Circulate
Support your body’s natural cleansing and detox process. Make a massage oil with laurel leaf diluted in jojoba.
Breathe - Allergy Season
If you stock up on tissues every time pollen season comes around, make an inhaler with laurel leaf oil.
Relieve - Muscle Tightness
Add a few drops of laurel leaf essential oil to a muscle massage butter after a strenuous workout.
Safety and Shelf Life
Safety & Warnings
Non-toxic, though it may cause skin irritation and may be sensitizing, especially if oxidized. Essential Oil Safety by Tisserand and Young (second edition), suggest using it in a low dilution when applying to the skin, such as in bath or massage oils (0.5% dilution based on a 3.8% of Methyl Eugenol content in the oil). Often the oil has a lower percentage of Methyl Eugenol, so check your GC/MS report. For some people using it in a steam may irritate the mucous membranes. Should not be used for children under 5 years old, as 1,8 cineole can also cause CNS and breathing problems in young children. Use with caution on children between 5-10 years old.
All essential oils at Aromatics International are GC/MS tested. This ensures that we sell oils with the highest possible integrity for therapeutic use. Learn more about GC/MS reports here.
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Laurel Leaf Oil
Fantastic good quality oil!
Love this in my diy laundry soap!
i use this oil with my client that has scar tissue and lymphatics issue in the arm pit area , not only does it help with relaxation but also muscle tightnes.
Love this oil in my salt scrub recipe. Brings a smile to my face each morning I use it.
A wonderful oil to have in your arsenal if you suffer from allergies. It has helped open up my breath and seems to be very effective against allergy season.