The botanical name of lavender oil is Lavandula angustifolia which belongs to the Lamiaceae family. The plant is an evergreen herb which grows up about 3 feet high, with grayish green narrower leaves attached to long stems with the most pretty purplish blue flowers is native to the Mediterranean region; however the main producer of the lavender essential oil is France. The name is derived from Latin word ‘Lavera’ meaning to wash, was used by the Romans in their bathing routine.
Extraction and nature: Lavender essential oil is extracted from the flowering tops through the process of steam distillation which yield near about 1.4-1.6% of the oil. The oil has a transparent texture and a fresh sweet smelling aroma
- The oil deals well with nervous, respiratory and digestive issues.
- It has a soothing effect on the nerves and veins, treats depression, tension, anxiety, and reduces the stress level. The oil is very effective in respiratory problems such as bronchitis, cold, cough, asthma, sinus and throat infection. Also advisable for digestive issues, it cleans the toxins from the body thereby helping to deal with food poisoning leading to vomiting.
- This very effective oil is diluted in bathing water to relieve from abdominal pains, bowel disorders, skin allergies, headaches, insomnia, nervous tension and trauma, and also to achieve a peace of mind.
- The soothing and anti-inflammatory properties of the oil allow it to be used in creams and lotions thereby protecting the skin.
Just as other essential oil blends with one another, similarly it blends well with Cedarwood, sage, Clary, pine, geranium, nutmeg and all other citrus oils.
The chemical composition of the oil constitutes A-pinene, 1.8-cineole, limonene, 3-octanone, camphor, linalyl acetate, linalool, terpinene and lavendulyl acetate.
|Product Name||LAVENDER OIL|
|Botanical Name||Lavandula Officinalis|
|Product Code||MS - 1027|
|Country of Origin||All Over The Globe|
|Color & Odor||Clear in Color & Light Fresh Aroma|
|Methods of Extraction||Steam Distillation Process|