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Aromatherapy Oils - Lavender

Lavender

Botanical name: Lavendula Officinalis / Augustfolia
Botanical family: Labiatae

Note: Top

Part of plant used: Flowers

Origin: Common in the Midi region of France, Italy and Dalmatia. Grows naturally on high plateaus. Solitary plants, rich in minerals. English Lavender is not as strong as alpine as it is spoilt by pesticides so the natural balance of the soil has been affected.

Description: Floral, light and clear with woody undertones.

History: Lavender is probably the most popular of Aromatherapy oils and has been used for centuries as an antiseptic and insecticide.

Properties and Indications:

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