Lavandin, Grosso Essential Oil
Country of origin: France
Part used: Flowering tops
Processed: Steam Distilled
Smell: high penetrating grassy-minty-camphoraceous floral odor
Note: Top note
Shelf Life: up to 24 months
Blends with: most oils, especially citrus and florals, cedarwood, clove, pine, vetiver, patchouli and more
Lavandin is not the same as either of the above Lavenders.
Lavandin is a cross between two different species - Lavendula officinalis and Lavendula latifolia (Spike Lavender). It is a hybrid.
Although is has several of the properties of Lavendula angustifolia, it is not necessarily used for the same applications.
Lavandin is produced more for it's odor quality. Traditional uses list it as good for respiratory, circulatory or muscular conditions.
Each essential oil has many, many properties and uses.
Most of them are too numerous to list here.
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- Safe when properly diluted and used at 2% or less in non-sensitized individuals.
- Use in moderation as sensitivities have been reported with excess use when applied the skin or mucous membranes.
*Any essential oils - ingested in large amounts can be fatal *
*Keep out of reach of children*