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    • Spike lavender has a higher content of camphor and cineole than traditional lavender. The aroma is camphoraceous and invigorating.
    • Spike lavender essential oil is almost like a blend of eucalyptus, rosemary and lavender. While it’s great throughout the year, its warming capacity makes it especially good for wintertime steam diffusions, diffusions, massage blends, balms, salves and sauna blends. A few drops can be added to cold care ointments to supplement their effectiveness.
    • Spike lavender blends well with rosemary, eucalyptus, frankincense, pine and juniper essential oils.
    • Spike lavender essential oil is generally considered a top to middle note.
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  • directions

    There are so many ways to use essential oils! The suggested uses below are just an introduction to a wide variety of quick tips and recipes available on Because essential oils are highly concentrated, we recommend diluting them in a carrier product like skin care oil, water, unscented lotion or unscented liquid soap. Follow this guide for safe, effective use.

  • suggested uses

    Quick Tip: Add 6 drops per tablespoon of laundry soap for a fresh wash. 

    Recipe: Soothing Body Massage
    24 drops Aura Cacia Spike Lavender Essential Oil
    24 drops Aura Cacia Lavender Essential Oil
    ½ cup Aura Cacia Organic Coconut Oil
    4-ounce Aura Cacia Amber Wide Mouth Jar 

    In a wide mouth jar, combine oils and stir until well blended. To use, massage a small amount onto targeted areas of the body.  

  • botanical name

    Lavandula latifolia