- Contains camphor and linalool, which have therapeutic properties
- Used in the fragrance industry, especially in soaps
- Is energizing, and helps to ease aches and pains
Lavender Spike grows at a low altitude in contrast to true lavender, which accounts for a high presence of camphor in the former. This gives Lavender Spike an aroma similar to Eucalyptus in addition to its traditional floral, sweet Lavender scent.
Blends beautifully with:
Lavender Spike oil is used in the fragrance industry and particularly in soap making. It also contains linalool. Thus Lavender Spike has strong analgesic (pain reducing) and anti-inflammatory properties, making it useful to treat headaches and stress by diffusing, and arthritic pains after diluting and applying topically. Use to treat aches and pains, diffuse stress away, as well as keep insects at bay naturally and aromatically.
Clary Sage, Clove, Eucalyptus, Lavender, Patchouli, Petitgrain, Pine, Rosemary and Sage.