Name Lavandin Essential Oil, Grosso, France
Category Essential Oils
Species Lavandula x hybrida Rev. (L. angustifolia Miller x L. latifolia Medikus)
Part Flowering Tops
Method Steam Distillation
Lavandin Essential Oil, Grosso, France
Lavandin Essential Oil, Grosso, France, (Lavandula x hybrida), best used as an antiseptic and greater penetrating qualities make it well suited with respiratory, circulatory, and muscular conditions.
Linalyl Acetate [28-35%]
Limonene + 1.8 Cineol (Eucalyptol) [2-8%]
Lavanduyl Acetate [1-5%]
Action: Lavandin is antibacterial, antifungal, and a strong antiseptic.
Traditional Uses: As suggested by its botanical name, Lavandula x hybrida, lavandin is a hybrid plant developed by crossing true lavender with spike lavender or aspic (Lavandula latifolia). Lavandin has been used to sterilize the animal cages in veterinary clinics and hospitals throughout Europe.
Indications: (There is not a long history of the therapeutic use of lavandin.)
Other Uses: Lavandin is best used as an antiseptic. Lavandin greater penetrating qualities make it well suited to help with respiratory, circulatory, and muscular conditions.
Application: Diffuse or apply topically.
Fragrant Influence: It has the similar calming effects as lavender but is slightly harsher.
Safety Data: If pregnant or under a doctor's care, consult your physican.
NOTE: Do not use for burns.
Companion Oils: Bergamot oil, Cinnamon oil, Citronella oil, Clove oil, Cypress oil, Clary Sage oil, Geranium oil, Lime oil, Patchouli oil, Pine oil, Rosemary CT cineol, and Thyme oil.
Lavandin Essential Oil, Grosso, France is sweet, less floral with somewhat oilier-camphor body notes compared to other Lavender oils. Camphor like notes are noticeable on the dry blotter. Lavandin is also a beautiful oil and an excellent product. It is a matter of debate, but this might be the best Lavandin available in the US market. This Lavandin is imported direct from France where it is grown and distilled.
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