Lavender Vitality Essential Oil

Use Young Living Lavender Vitality essential oil (Lavandula angustifolia) to create elegant dishes that will impress your family and friends. The herb has a sweet, slightly floral flavor that pairs well with both rich and light foods. Use Lavender Vitality™ essential oil to conveniently add this delightful flavor to your meals.Although more popular with sweeter recipes, Lavender Vitality oil’s benefits extend to savory dishes as well. In fact, lavender is sometimes included in the famous Herbes de Provence along with spices such as marjoram, thyme, oregano, and rosemary. Put a new spin on a classic meal and pair it with chicken, lamb, or even potatoes.

Just a hint can enhance the flavor of your entire recipe. To avoid overwhelming your food, start small. Try dipping a toothpick in your oil and then swirling the toothpick in your food preparations.

Lavender Vitality Essential Oil Uses:

  • Make homemade fruit jams infused with Lavender Vitality essential oil. Try mixing it with blueberry, apricot, raspberry, or peach jams and jellies.
  • Combine Lavender Vitality’s earthy, low notes with bright citrus flavors. Experiment with lavender-lemonade or a citrus sorbet.
  • Complement dairy with Lavender Vitality in shortbread, pound cake, ice cream, meringue, or whipped cream recipes.
  • Balance Lavender Vitality in savory dishes with herbs such as thyme, rosemary, and oregano.

How to Use

Put 2 drops in a capsule. Take 3 times daily.


Fun facts about Lavender Essential Oils and the difference between Lavender essential oil vs. Lavender Vitality essential oil.
• There are many different species of Lavender. Young Living distills our Lavender essential oil from the flowering tops of Lavandula angustifolia– which is known as True Lavender. A perennial herb which is a member of the mint family.

• Lavender has been used for centuries for bathing, relaxation, cooking, and as a perfume.

• The name Lavender comes from the Latin verb, “lavare,” which means to wash.

• Lavender is drought-tolerant and can grow well in higher temperatures.

• Over 2500 years ago in Ancient Egyptian times, lavender was used during the mummification process.

• Lavender was used in Medieval times, when baths weren’t common practice, to freshen and scent clothes and bed linens.

• Most active constituents are Linalyl acetate and Linalool.

• Did you know? It takes 27 square feet of lavender plants to make one 15 ml bottle of lavender oil?
What is the difference between Lavender Vitality and Lavender essential oil?
The Vitality oil is the same 100 percent pure, therapeutic-grade essential oil as the topical/aromatic essential oil. The difference is that Vitality is labeled specifically for dietary use and is the appropriate product to use when promoting and using oils internally.
Lavender essential oil is one of the most versatile essential oils and is Ideal for creating a soothing and calming environment. I use lavender more than any other essential oil, it’s my go-to. Diffuse it for a fresh, clean scent and to eliminate odors. Lavender also supports healthy-looking skin and makes a great addition to any beauty routine. Lavender is also great to use on children because it is very gentle, just make sure to dilute!
Lavender Vitality has endless usage possibilities, especially when used in cooking. Use it in savory dishes like lamb or chicken or sweet desserts like pound cakes and shortbread. It’s great to add to jams and lemonades. Personally, my favorite way to use Lavender Vitality is taking in a capsule with Copiaba Vitality and Peppermint Vitality. I add 3 drops of each to a veggie capsule and take a few times when I am spending time outdoors.
Let us know the ways you use Lavender Vitality to cook!

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