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Lavender Whipped Shea Butter by Lavenderology™

Lavender Whipped Shea Butter by Lavenderology™


Whipped Shea Butter by Lavenderology™

The Lavender Whipped Shea Butter by Lavenderology™ is delightfully fluffy and smooth. A texture like freshly whipped frosting, it glides on smooth, absorbs quickly and leaves you feeling silky and refeshed. This Lavender Whipped Shea Butter is so much more than just Shea!


Containing Organic Shea Butter, Organic Cocoa Butter, Organic Coconut Oil and Organic Palm Fruit Oil. But these amazing organic, skin soothing ingredients are whipped to perfection with added Mango Butter, Cupuaçu Butter, Japanese Green Tea and of course Lavender Essential Oil.


Packaged in a gorgeous blue cobalt jar with screw top lid, this 4 oz Lavender Whipped Shea Butter is sealed to perfection with a sealing disc and shrink band as well. All nestled into its own little gift box!


Lavender Bubble Bath at Lavenderology™

Greetings Lavender Buds!


Mountains of tiny bubbles gently popping and releasing aromatic lavender into the air... bubbly bliss, soaking in silence ~ the moments we all long for!


There is just something about the time spent in a bubble bath, the white noise from the running water silences the chaos just outside the door...watching the water explode into fantastic foam, takes you away to another place.  Not only relaxing, but a little fun as well!


Lavenderology™ offers Lavender Bubble Bath crafted with skin soothing ingredients including pure vegetable glycerine.  This formula is enriched with Chamomile Flower Extract as well for a skin soothing and smoothing bath time experience.


Lavender Bubble Bath calms the mind, soothes stress, softens the skin ~ and allows some moments to escape from reality. 




Culinary Lavender by Lavenderology™

Culinary Lavender by Lavenderology™

Culinary Lavender by Lavenderology™

Culinary Lavender is a variety of Lavender you can use to accent your cooking like any other herb or spice. A versitile herb, Culinary Lavender has a variety of uses and goes well with many types of dishes including Appetizers, Breads, Sides, Meats, Main Dishes and even Desserts!


However, just like other herbs and spices, Culinary Lavender has specific types of dishes that it compliments!


The Culinary Lavender offered by Lavenderology™ is a variety called Lavandula Angustifolia, the most popular Lavender variety used in cooking due to its sweet aroma and flavor. Each Lavender Flower bud is about the size of a grain of rice with a beautiful blue-purple hue. Very aromatic and flavorful!


The Culinary Lavender offered at Lavenderology™ comes in a beautiful tin with a peek-a-boo window lid and contains a generous amount of approximately 1/2 ounce of Culinary Lavender Buds (about 1/2 cup).

"Agricultural Aromatherapy: Lavender Oil As Natural Herbicide"

Greetings Lavender Buds,


Here is a great article I came across on Science Daily about how Lavender Oil has the potential to be used as a Natural Herbicide.  This article is dated 2009, yet still contains valuable information.  Wouldn't it be amazing to find natural things like lavender used as herbicides?


Link to Article:


Article Text Below


ScienceDaily (May 21, 2009) — Could essential oils extracted from lavender be used as a natural herbicide to prevent weed growth among crops? Research carried out in Italy and reported in the current issue of the International Journal of Environment and Health suggests the answer may be yes.


Elena Sturchio of the National Institute of Health and Safety at Work in Rome and colleagues there and at the Department of Infectious and Tropical Diseases, and the Department Crop Production, at Tuscia University, in Viterbo, have investigated the inhibitory effects on weed growth of aromatic oils, or mixtures of phytochemicals, from plants such as lavender, Lavandula officinalis.


Essential oils, are as the name suggests, often the plant's "essence" in terms of odour. Essential oils are complex chemical mixtures of natural products made by the plant for its own purposes, including terpenes, alcohols, aldehydes and phenols. Indeed, several plant essential oils are present as natural inbuilt herbicides and pesticides.


Synthetic pesticides and herbicides have been in common use for decades and have protected crops from parasites, insects, bacteria, viruses, fungi, and eliminated weeds. However, by virtue of their design, these substances are toxic and in some cases thought to be carcinogenic. Their incorrect use or inadvertent exposure have been the focus of numerous studies on animal and human health, the results of which have led to serious initiatives to find alternative approaches to pest and weed control.


Other researchers have investigated the potential of essential oils from cinnamon plants, and peppermint to prevent seed germination of some weed species found in the Mediterranean region.


Sturchio and colleagues have investigated the effects of lavender oil on root growth in a plant, Vicia faba in trials. This weed has large chromosomes and so was also amenable to studies in the laboratory that investigated the genetic toxicity of the essential oil on the weed. Their analysis showed the oil to be effective at killing the weed even at low concentration. Moreover, the oil affects growth of soil microbes and fungi involved in crop growth.


The team concludes that, "Essential oils could be useful as potential bioherbicides as an alternative strategy to the chemical remedy." They add that, "The use of phytochemicals permits the development for more sustainable agriculture at low environmental impact. Further studies are now needed to evaluate use of such oils "in the field".


The team points out that the oils would most likely be used either before planting or prior to transplantation of seedlings, so the essential oil would not have toxicity effects on the crop itself. Sturchio adds that, "essential oils are not accumulated in the environment, because of their low persistence due to the easy degradation by microbial and enzyme activity. This aspect could represent an advantage compared to the bioaccumulation of chemicals on soil."


Miriam Zanellato, Eva Masciarelli, Laura Casorri, Priscilla Boccia, Elena Sturchio, Mario Pezzella, Andrea Cavalieri, Fabio Caporali. The essential oils in agriculture as an alternative strategy to herbicides: a case studyInternational Journal of Environment and Health


Inderscience (2009, May 21). Agricultural Aromatherapy: Lavender Oil As Natural Herbicide. ScienceDaily. Retrieved February 17, 2011, from­ /releases/2009/05/090514083921.htm

Herbes de Provence by Lavenderology™

Herbes de Provence by Lavenderology™


Herbes De Provence by Lavenderology™

Herbes de Provence is a flavorful blend of savory spices with orgins in France and Italy intended to tease and tantalize your taste buds. Brew amazing stews, heat some neat meats and stir up some sassy sauces with this aromatic mixture of Basil, Fennel Seeds, Culinary Lavender, Marjoram, Rosemary, Savory and Thyme.


This blend of 7 lucky herbs is perfectly balanced for rounded out flavor in a variety of meals, adding a new twist to many dishes you may already whip up on a weekly basis like mashed potatoes or vegetables.


Packaged in a beautiful tin with a peek-a-boo-window the hues of greens with a splash of blue make this mix as pretty as it is aromatic. You'll enjoy a full ounce of Herbes de Provence in this handy tin.


Eco-Friendly Products at Lavenderology™

I wanted to take a few moments to share with you some of the ways Lavenderology™ works to bring you a "greener" product line.


Lavender oil has potent antifungal effect


I came across this amazing article from Science Daily which shares valuable details on how lavender essential oil has a potent anti-fungal effect.


Facts Worth Knowing

Queen Victoria recognized that lavender was  a tonic for nerves.
The name of lavender comes from the Latin word ‘lavare’ meaning ‘to wash’
It is speculated that Cleopatra used a perfume infused with lavender to seduced Julius Caesar!

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