Lavender (Lavandula officianalis)
• Stress relief
• Anxiety relief
The 40/42% refers to the percentage of Linalool and Linalyl Acetate, which are two main components of Lavender oil.
The botanical name Lavandula comes from the Latin lavare meaning "to wash".
This plant was used a bathing herb by the Romans.
This lavender is a dwarf shrub that yields a relatively small amount of oil. This plant is distinguished from other lavender oils because it's entirely free of camphor.
Some of the Active constituents of Lavender are:
Linalyl acetate which contains ester. Researchers say the presence of esters gives lavender its fragrant aroma. Esters do impart therapeutic qualities to the oil, making it an effective soothing, balancing oil with an antimicrobial action.
Sesquiterpene, carophyllene oxide provides an anti-inflammatory effect.
Lavender is antibacterial, anticholesterol, antifungal, antimicrobial, helps with pain management and stress management .
***Safety: If Pregnant or under a doctor's care, consult your physician before use.***
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