Essential Oil

Spike Lavender Oil

Lavandula latifolia

Spike lavender essential oil is from the same genus as true lavender, but it’s a different species. While its floral aroma resembles lavender’s, it’s more energizing, camphor-like, and herbaceous. Spike lavender’s refreshing scent offers focused confidence (the kind that can help you finish a workout). In skincare blends, spike lavender is suited to easing acutely uncomfortable or itchy issues, as it can purify skin and calm irritation. Our certified organic spike lavender essential oil is steam distilled from rich purple blossoms harvested from fields dotting the rural Spanish landscape.

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Benefits and uses

The brilliantly purple flowers of the Lavandula latifolia plant create an exquisitely sweet, herbaceous, floral essential oil. Along with helping to manage minor pain and inflammation, spike lavender essential oil is often selected to assist in reducing the presence of unwanted bacterial and fungal growth, and help ease unwanted muscle spasms. This essential oil is also regularly incorporated into blends for healthy lung support.

Emotionally and energetically, spike lavender essential oil can stimulate overall vibrancy, promoting a deeper connection with the natural environment and strengthening natural energy from within.

Country
Spain
Plant Part
  • Flowers
Cultivation
Certified Organic
Botanical Family
Lamiaceae
Extraction Methods
Steam Distilled
Notes
  • Middle
Chemical Families
  • Ketones
  • Monoterpenols
  • Oxides
Aromas
  • Camphoraceous
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Shelf Life

5 years

Safety & Warnings

Generally non-toxic. Non-irritating. Stimulating for some—may be best during the daytime.

Epilepsy - Tisserand suggests avoiding Spike Lavender at levels higher than 19%.

Pregnancy - According to Robert Tisserand, the camphor content is not high enough to be contraindicated during pregnancy. As an extra safe precaution, however, you may choose to avoid Spike Lavender during pregnancy.

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