Your Invitation to Slow Down
Steam-distilled from the hand-harvested flowers of Provence and Phenomenal Lavender varietals, our essential oil offers a complex scent with floral top notes and earthy base notes.
How To Use:
Add 10-12 drops in your bath for an at-home spa experience. Blend with a carrier oil to massage tense areas. Add to your diffuser or room spray to create an aromatic sanctuary.
Recommended UseUse our lavender oil
• In the bath (10-12 drops in water)
• In massage oil (dilute with a carrier oil)
• In a diffuser
• In a spray (dilute with water)
CautionThis product is for aromatic and topical use and for external use only. Keep out of reach of small children, and keep away from flames and high heat. Avoid contact with eyes, inner ears, and sensitive areas. Do not apply undiluted directly to skin. Discontinue if skin irritation occurs. Consult a physician before using.
IngredientsOrganic lavender oil.
I have purchased MANY essential oils. None of them hold a candle to this lavender; it has such a complex profile, with even a hint of fresh cut grass. It has all the aromatherapy properties you would expect from lavender, with a wonderful scent you can enjoy all day.
Our products are made from pure, natural ingredients that we have either grown ourselves or come from sources we know and trust.
We believe in protecting our environment and the creatures who share it with us. We will never test our products on animals.
GMO and Pesticide Free
Feel safe knowing that we never use GMOs in our products, and we're committed to pesticide-free farming.
About Appalachian Botanical Co.
Appalachian Botanical Co. has been growing lavender and raising bees in West Virginia since 2019. Our products, people and place make us special. We proudly offer small batch products of exceptional quality. We offer second-chance employment to local area residents. Our lavender thrives on the rocky soil of a former surface coal mine, and our honeybees thrive in our pesticide-free lavender fields. We are committed to making superior products—and to supporting our workers and our Boone County community.