Lavender is the most widely used essential oil in aromatherapy, particularly for its relaxing and calming properties. High altitude lavender is grown at elevations over 3,000 feet.
Botanical Name: Lavandula officinalis
Country of Origin: France
Part of Plant Used: Flowering tops
Method of Extraction: Steam distillation
Aroma and Appearance: Lavender oil is fresh, sweet, floral, herbaceous, and slightly fruity. It is clear with a tinge of yellow.
Safety Data: Non-toxic, non-irritant, non-sensitizing.
Disclaimer: This information is for educational purposes only. It is not intended to be used for any medical purposes. Data has been gathered from various sources and every effort has been made to be accurate. However, basic information about essential oils varies from source to source and information found here may differ from other original sources.
Ingredients: This is a natural essential oil produced by steam DISTILL- distillation of the bio-mass of lavender flowers and consist of Terpenes, terpene alcohols and esters-principally linalyl Acetate. Terpenes: any of various unsaturated hydrocarbons, c10h16, found in essential oils and oleoresins of plants such as Conifers and used organic syntheses. conifers: any of various mostly needle-leaved or scale- leaved, chiefly evergreen, cone-bearing trees or shrubs such as pines, spruces, and firs.
Purpose: Blends well with most oils, especially citrus, florals, cedarwood, clove, clary sage, pine, geranium, vetivert, and patchouli.
Natural Product, Recyclable Packaging