Lavender Buds
Lavender is among the most fragrant and recognized of all herbs and has been used for centuries for its healing, aromatic, and soothing properties. Often used as a natural insect repellent and to promote healing. With its cleansing and antiseptic abilities, lavender has a wide range of possible uses. Suggested uses are soap, lotions, bath products, potpourri, herbal remedies, creams, shampoos, perfumes - and everything in between. Combine with other herbs like calendula flowers to create herbal remedies and healing soaps, lotions, balms, salves, more.

The perfect choice for your aromatherapy products, the scent of lavender can help to promote a sense of happiness, peace, and rest. In addition, lavender has been used as an aphrodisiac for thousands of years and can help to reduce feelings of distress, anxiety, and sorrow. Aids in restful sleep and meditation. Infuse lavender buds in a carrier oil of your choice for use in soap making, shampoos, perfumes, or as the basis for your herbal remedies. Simply take a clean, sanitized jar with a tight fitting lid and fill approximately half full with the lavender buds, cover with oil, and let it sit in the sun or a warm place for a month. Shake the jar every few days. When ready to use, strain the oil from the lavender - the resulting oil is medicinal in nature. You can use this as-is or create healing salves, balms, creams, and lotions that are rich with the healing properties of lavender. For external use only.

Country Of Origin: France


International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients (INCI):
Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Flower

Common Name Ingredient Listing (FDA Approved):
Lavender Flower

Available Sizes:
$8.18 for 4 oz
$21.69 for 1 lb
$105.36 for 5 lb (5 - 1 lb size)
$412.53 for 20 lb (Bulk)