Lavender French, Lavandula Officinallis
Country of Origin: FranceBotanical Name: Lavandula Officinalis
Lavender is the most widely used essential oil in aromatherapy, particularly for its relaxing and antiseptic properties. The plant name is derived from the latin 'Lavare' - to wash, probably from its use to cleanse wounds.
Country of Origin: France
Botanical Name: Lavandula Officinalis
Method of Extraction: The oil It is steam distilled from the freshly cut flowering tops.
Lavender has a fresh, floral, light, sweet aroma and is clear to pale yellow in colour. Also known as Clonal Lavender, this Lavender grows at low altitude in the Provence region of France. It has a lower ester content than High Altitude Lavender, giving it a slightly more pungent and earthy aroma. Lavender is a gentle oil and is the most versatile in aromatherapy.
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