Violet Leaf Essential Oil
Violet leaf absolute oil is a gorgeous floral smelling essential oil with a green, earthy note with floral undertones. A luxurious ingredient in quality perfumes.
It gives comfort in times of grief by helping the bereaved accept the loss and changes.
When blended with a carrier oil, violet leaf oil can be used topically on itchy, dry or sensitive skin to help relieve the symptoms.
This essential oil has recently been shown on TV as an aid to help calm dogs.
Violet leaf essential oil can have benefits when you need to soothe or calm your pet before a vet visit or settle before bonfire night to help calm before fireworks.
How to use violet leaf oil on dogs:
- Drip some violet leaf oil onto a tissue and allow your pet to smell it straight from the tissue.
- Alternatively, suppose you like to use an aroma diffuser. In that case, you can add 3 to 5 drops of oil to your diffuser's water chamber and allow the violet aroma to diffuse into the air to create a calming environment.
If you decide to diffuse, as with any essential oil, leave the door open to allow your pet to leave the room and do not leave your pet alone in a room with the diffuser.
- Botanical Name: Viola Odorata
- Note: Middle
- Family: Sweet
- Extraction method: Solvent
- Blends with: Citronella
Note: This is a pre-diluted oil that's mixed with grapeseed oil, this is to make it more affordable to buy as it will still give all the benefits but pre-diluted. If you want to use on the skin we recommend you dilute further with a carrier oil.
For external use only.
Do not apply to skin undiluted.
Avoid contact with eyes.
Do not use on children, when pregnant, or while on medication.
Keep out of reach from children.
Do not use essential oils instead of seeing a doctor for medical advice.
If an allergic reaction occurs wash the oil off with soap and water then seek medical advice.
Patch test before use.
Safety data sheets (SDS) are an important tool for managing the risks associated with exposure to chemicals. They provide information on the hazards of a substance and how to safely work with it.
Essential oils are highly concentrated plant extracts that can pose serious health risks if not used properly. Many essential oils have toxic properties that can cause skin irritation, respiratory problems, and even death.
It is important to consult the SDS for any essential oil before using it. The SDS will provide information on the proper handling and storage of the oil, as well as the potential health hazards associated with exposure to it.
When working with essential oils, always follow the safety precautions listed on the SDS. These precautions will help to protect you from the potential health hazards associated with exposure to essential oils.
If you have any questions about the safety of essential oil, consult a qualified aromatherapist or doctor before using it or contact us directly and see if we can help.
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