Below you will find a summary of information you need to know about Lavender (Bulgarian, French, Spanish, and Spike) essential oils compiled from posts we published this week. Check our Free EO Class page for more information on these and other essential oils. Questions? Leave a comment below or ask in our facebook group.

Lea Jacobson Certified Clinical Aromatherapist and author of Essential Oil Profiles.

Compare basic information for Lavender (Bulgarian, French, Spanish, and Spike) essential oils…

LAVENDER (BULGARIAN)

LAVENDER (FRENCH)

Botanical/Latin name(s): Lavandula angustifolia, Lavandula officinalis, Lavandula vera

Steam distilled from the flowers of the plant.

Shelf life is 4 years.

Botanical/Latin name(s)Lavandula angustifolia, Lavandula officinalis, Lavandula vera

Steam distilled from the flowers of the plant.

Shelf life is 4 years.

LAVENDER (SPANISH)

LAVENDER (SPIKE)

Botanical/Latin name(s): Lavandula stoechas

Steam distilled from the flowers of the plant.

Shelf life is 4 years.

Botanical/Latin name(s): Lavandula latifolia, Lavandula spica

Steam distilled from the flowers of the plant.

Shelf life is 4 years.

Compare therapeutic properties of Lavenders (Bulgarian, French, Spanish,  and Spike) essential oils…

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Compare benefits of Lavender (Bulgarian, French, Spanish & Spike) essential oils…

LAVENDER (BULGARIAN)

LAVENDER (FRENCH)

Circulatory: arthritis
Digestive: parasites
Immune: inflammation, virus
Limbic/Emotionalanxiety, irritability, stress, tension
Muscular: spasm, cramp, ache, pain
Nervous: nerve pain, anxiety, stress, tension
Respiratory: congestion, bronchitis, pneumonia, tuberculosis, whooping cough
Skinbacterial infection, athlete's foot, eczema, psoriasis, fungal infection,scar, body odor, wound, itching
HOME: airborne germs, surface germs
Circulatory: arthritis
Digestive: parasites
Immune: inflammation, virus
Limbic/Emotionalanxiety, irritability, stress, tension
Muscular: spasm, cramp, ache, pain
Nervous: nerve pain, anxiety, stress, tension
Respiratory: congestion, bronchitis, pneumonia, tuberculosis, whooping cough
Skinbacterial infection, athlete's foot, eczema, psoriasis, fungal infection,scar, body odor, wound, itching
HOME: airborne germs, surface germs

LAVENDER (SPANISH)

LAVENDER (SPIKE)

Circulatoryarthritis, poor circulation
Digestiveparasites
Immune: inflammation, virus
Limbic/Emotional: depression
Muscular: spasm, cramp, ache, pain
Nervousnerve pain
Respiratorycongestion, bronchitis, pneumonia, tuberculosis, whooping cough
Skinbacterial infection, eczema, psoriasis, athlete's foot, fungal infection, scar, body odor, wound, itching
HOMEairborne germs, surface germs, insect repellent
Circulatoryarthritis, poor circulation
Digestiveparasites
Immuneinflammation, virus
Limbic/Emotionaldepression
Muscular: spasm, cramp, ache, pain
Nervousnerve pain
Respiratorycongestion, bronchitis, pneumonia, tuberculosis, whooping cough
Skinbacterial infection, eczema, psoriasis, athlete's foot, fungal infection, scar, body odor, wound, itching
HOMEairborne germs, surface germs, insect repellent

Compare Safety of Lavender (Bulgarian, French, Spanish & Spike) essential oils…

LAVENDER (BULGARIAN)

LAVENDER (FRENCH)

Safe for everyone except…


No topical max – but always dilute!

Safe for everyone except…


No topical max – but always dilute!

LAVENDER (SPANISH)

LAVENDER (SPIKE)

Safe for everyone except…
  • pregnant women
  • breastfeeding women
  • around cats


    When using topically, keep the dilution at or below 8% to prevent adverse reactions.

Safe for everyone except…
  • around cats

    When using topically, keep the dilution at or below 19% to prevent adverse reactions.

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