Pure lavender essential oil is made using the steam distillation method. This yields more oil than earlier methods that have been employed throughout history because there is a reduction in the loss of polar molecules. Lavender blossoms are normally plucked between late June and August. Cut lavender stalks and blossoms are pressed into a still that has been made. After that, a boiler is used to steam the base of the lavender blossom under very light pressure. The oil pockets in the lavender flowers are then heated, and the still's core is then filled with cold water. It is collected and allowed to settle in a holding tank when heated Halal CBD Oil vapour cools and condenses on a cold pipe with cold water. Due to the different densities and polarity of the water and oil, they will separate in the holding tank. The lavender essential oil is the only thing left after the water is pushed out.