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100% Lavender Australian 100%澳州薰衣草 100%澳州薰衣草

功效

肌肉痛, 失眠, 头痛, 压力, 湿疹, 粉刺, 虫咬, 杀菌, 烧伤, 灼伤, 刀伤

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历史

薰衣草纯精油自古以来就因其药用特性而被使用,并在十二世纪成为一种成熟的植物。薰衣草油后来在十三和十四世纪的欧洲药用修道院花园中种植。薰衣草精油的商业种植在 1823 年开始,而今天薰衣草是晒伤产品中常见的油。

成分

植物学名称: Lavandula angustifolia

植物原产地: 澳洲

提炼方法: 蒸馏法

提炼植物部份: 花朵

挥发性: 中

  1. 蒸薰法:将5至10滴精华油混入载满暖水的香薰炉中。

  2. 按摩法:将4至5滴精华油混合10毫升的底油,用于身体按摩,对松弛神经或纾缓疲劳非常有效;亦可作护肤油使用。

  3. 沐浴法:加入8至10滴精华油于浴缸中,即可享受香薰水疗,不但可改善肌肤,对于舒缓肌肉痛及改善睡眠质素非常有效。

  4. 直接吸入法:只需将3至5滴精华油滴在纸巾或枕头上即可;亦可将精华油滴于一盆熟水中,用大毛巾盖着头,近距离吸入蒸气,约10分钟后即有效消除疲劳;治疗头痛及呼吸道感染特别有效。

  5. 泥粉面膜(洁净和美白):将1-2滴精华油混入已调好花水的泥粉中。

  6. 个人护理产品 :例如洗发水、沐浴液、面霜等将4-5滴精华油混合10毫升个人护理产品中。

  7. 香水:将4-10滴精华油及4-10滴溶解剂混入10毫升水中,可制成自己独特的香水。

禁忌: 孕婦忌用,尚未到達青春期的男孩忌用,低血壓底人士忌用

基础材料调配份量:


每(5/10/30/50/100)毫升中调配1%香薰油需要分别加入(1/2/6/10/20)滴香薰油

每(5/10/30/50/100)毫升中调配2%香薰油需要分别加入(2/4/12/20/40)滴香薰油

每(5/10/30/50/100)毫升中调配2.5%香薰油需要分别加入(3/5/15/25/30)滴香薰油

*眼部护理=0.5% 面部=1% - 2% 成人全身=2% - 2.5%


*注意:薄身油可以直接使用于皮肤,由于厚身油的性质比较厚及黏,与薄身油混合一起使用效果更佳

比例:厚身油10-20%薄身油80-90%


Sleep and Lavender: Remedy to treat insomnia and improve the sleep quality Lavender has been suggested as an excellent natural remedy to treat insomnia and improve sleep quality. Single-blind randomized studies investigating the effectiveness of lavender odor on quality of sleep showed that lavender improved the mean scores of sleep quality in fifteen healthy students, in sixty-four ischemic heart disease patients, and in thirty-four midlife women with insomnia. Ten individuals with insomnia, verified by a score of 5 or more on the Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index (PSQI), were treated with lavender odor. Six to eight drops of lavender oil added each night to the cartridge improved the PSQI score by −2.5 points. More notable improvements were seen in females and younger participants. Milder insomnia also improved more than severe ones. Pain and Lavender: Treatment of acute as well as chronic or intractable pain Lavender reported to be useful in the treatment of acute as well as chronic or intractable pain. It has been shown that foot massage using lavender essential oil in 100 ICU patients of whom 50% were receiving artificial ventilation was effective in lowering blood pressure, heart rate, respiratory rate, wakefulness, and pain. Aromatic oil massage with essential oils blended with lavender, clary sage, and marjoram in a 2 : 1 : 1 ratio in forty-eight outpatients with primary dysmenorrhea alleviated the pain and reduced the duration of dysmenorrhea. Aromatherapy by using lavender essence was also reported as a successful and safe complementary therapy in reduction of pain after the cesarean section in 200 term pregnant women and after episiotomy in 60 primiparous women as well as in perineal discomfort following normal childbirth in 635 women. Aromatherapy massage with lavender accompanied with rose geranium, rose, and jasmine in almond and primrose oils once a week for 8 weeks is reported as an effective treatment of menopausal symptoms such as hot flushes, depression, and pain in climacteric women Cognition and Lavender: Used for 3-month period, ~90% respondents improve in the work environment Using lavender oil in burners for a 3-month period, nearly 90% of respondents (a total of 66 subjects) believed that there had been an improvement in the work environment following the use of lavender oil. Aromatherapy consisted of the use of rosemary and lemon essential oils in the morning, and lavender and orange in the evening showed significant improvement in personal orientation related to cognitive function in 28 elderly patients suffering from different forms of dementia. It has been shown that unconscious perception of lavender odor can significantly affect the rate of errors made in the mathematical and letter counting tests. Electroencephalography (EEG) and Lavender Resting frontal EEG asymmetry is suggested to be a predictor of symptom change and end-state functioning in patients with social anxiety disorder who undergo efficacious psychological treatment. Evaluation of frontal EEG asymmetry shifting in thirty-nine adult participants and twenty-seven full-term newborns revealed greater relative left frontal EEG activation (associated with greater approach behavior and less depressed affect) after aromatherapy with lavender. Further studies in these volunteers indicate that lavender may induce left frontal EEG shifting in adults and infants, who show greater baselines relative to right frontal EEG activation. It is suggested that both infants and adults with greater relative right frontal EEG activation at baseline may be more affected by lavender application Anxiety, Depression, and Lavender Alleviation of anxiety and mood improvement were reported in thirty-six patients admitted to an intensive care unit, who received lavender oil (diluted to 1% concentration) aromatherapy. The same results were reported for fourteen female patients who were being treated with chronic hemodialysis. A survey in a long-stay neurology in-patient department showed increased mood scores and reduced psychological distress following aromatherapy with lavender accompanied with tea tree and rosemary . An investigation on the effect of lavender aromatherapy (diluted to 2% concentration) on anxiety and depression in the high risk postpartum woman showed a significant improvement of the Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale and Generalized Anxiety Disorder Scale after four consecutive weeks of administration of lavender. Lavender odor reduces anxiety in dental patients; however, it has no effect on dental anxiety surrounding thoughts of future dental visits. Neuroimaging and Lavender Evaluation of brain regional metabolic activity with positron emission tomography in ten healthy women after the lavender odor stimulus demonstrated neuronal enhancement in the orbitofrontal, posterior cingulate gyrus, brainstem, thalamus, and cerebellum and reduction of activity in the pre/post-central gyrus and frontal eye field. These findings indicate that lavender aromatherapy in addition to relaxation effect may enhance arousal level in some subjects References Peir Hossein Koulivand, Maryam Khaleghi Ghadiri, and Ali Gorji. Lavender and the Nervous System. Evidence-based complementary and alternative medicine, 2013-03-14, Vol.2013, p.681304-10. https://downloads.hindawi.com/journals/ecam/2013/681304.pdf

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