HE30 | Tasmanian Lavender

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HE30 | Tasmanian Lavender

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~ Lavandula Angustifolia Miller ~

Lavender plant, worldwide cultivation. A small, perennial, hardy, shrub with linear leaves and a terminal inflorescence of small, highly fragrant flowers. Blooms in early summer. Extreme forms of variation according to terroir. The Bridestowe Lavender Plantation was established from French high Alpine plant stock.


Uses:
Ubiquitous use with a very large spectrum of action. When inhaled or applied topically, the oil is balancing, relaxing, soothing, relieves tension and eases discomfort. It is a primary component of many cosmetics, fragrances and pharmaceuticals.

Directions:
Use in oil burner: add a few drops to water. Mix with water for use as hydrosol.

Botanical Name:
Lavandula angustifolia Miller (lavare referring to the old use of this plant in soap and to narrow leaves)

Oil Characteristics:
A very pale gold to colorless oil. Clear, non-viscous and watery. The scent is soft, sweet, and Lavender floral. It is not an intense odor (2 on a scale of 1-10). It has an herbaceous subsidiary note and a unique spicy back note.

Chemical Characteristics:
36-38.6% linalool 29-44% linalyl acetate 5+% 3-octanone, cis-b-ocimene 2+% caryophyllene, terpinene-4-ol, lavandulyl acetate traces of many other compounds 0.29-% camphor

Chemical Profile:
36-38.6% linalool 29-44% linalyl acetate 5+% 3-octanone, cis-b-ocimene 2+% caryophyllene, terpinene-4-ol, lavandulyl acetate traces of many other compounds 0.29-% camphor

Physical Properties:
Density - 0.879 Refractive Index - 1.485 to 1.464 Optical Rotation - -3° to -11°

Production Method:
Steam Distillation - Flowers and Tops

Warnings:
Caution should be taken when using Essential Oils. Do not use any oils without consultation from a qualified aromatherapy practitioner. All Essential Oils should be kept out of the reach of children. Possible skin irritant; Test on small area of skin and dilute if necessary, before use. NOT TO BE TAKEN INTERNALLY