Lavandin (Lavandula hybrida)

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Description: Lavandin Grosso is an aromatic evergreen shrub that is much larger than true Lavender. The flowering heads are more compressed with a dull, gray blue color. 

 

Common Uses: Lavandin essential oil has a light floral aroma, similar to lavender oil – just sharper and it is clear in colour. Although this essential oil is sometimes confused with its cousin, lavender, it really is a wonderful oil and helps you feel more relaxed, easing sore muscles and joints, relieving muscle stiffness, clearing the lungs and sinuses from phlegm and for wound healing and dermatitis.

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Botanical Name: Lavendula grosso 

 

Plant Part: Flowering head 

Extraction Method: Steam 

Origin: India

Description: Lavandin Grosso is an aromatic evergreen shrub that is much larger than true Lavender. The flowering heads are more compressed with a dull, gray blue color. 

Color: Clear light yellow 

Common Uses: Lavandin essential oil has a light floral aroma, similar to lavender oil – just sharper and it is clear in colour. Although this essential oil is sometimes confused with its cousin, lavender, it really is a wonderful oil and helps you feel more relaxed, easing sore muscles and joints, relieving muscle stiffness, clearing the lungs and sinuses from phlegm and for wound healing and dermatitis.

Lavandin is used almost exclusively for scent. Many commercial manufacturers use both Lavandin Grosso and Lavandin Super as replacements for Lavender 40/42. However, it should be noted that Lavandin has a much rougher, camphor type fragrance that is not as well rounded as traditional Lavender 40/42. It is also reputed to have applications with colds and head congestion. 

Consistency: Thin. 

Note: Top 

Strength of Aroma: Strong 

Blends well with: Lavandin blends well with most oils but has a tendency to overpower with heavy camphor overtones. 

Aromatic Scent: Lavandin Grosso has a strong, somewhat piercing camphor like smell with some light, floral undertones characteristic of Lavender. 

History: This hybrid apparently evolved naturally near the seas in Spain, Italy and France. It is now commercially produced in these same countries. 

Cautions: Due to the high camphor content, Lavandin should be avoided during pregnancy and by those with epilepsy. 

Disclaimer: 
Please note, the International Federation of Aromatherapists do not recommend that Essential Oils be taken internally unless under the supervision of a Medical Doctor who is also qualified in clinical Aromatherapy.

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Description Botanical Name: Lavendula grosso 

 

Plant Part: Flowering head 

Extraction Method: Steam 

Origin: India

Description: Lavandin Grosso is an aromatic evergreen shrub that is much larger than true Lavender. The flowering heads are more compressed with a dull, gray blue color. 

Color: Clear light yellow 

Common Uses: Lavandin essential oil has a light floral aroma, similar to lavender oil – just sharper and it is clear in colour. Although this essential oil is sometimes confused with its cousin, lavender, it really is a wonderful oil and helps you feel more relaxed, easing sore muscles and joints, relieving muscle stiffness, clearing the lungs and sinuses from phlegm and for wound healing and dermatitis.

Lavandin is used almost exclusively for scent. Many commercial manufacturers use both Lavandin Grosso and Lavandin Super as replacements for Lavender 40/42. However, it should be noted that Lavandin has a much rougher, camphor type fragrance that is not as well rounded as traditional Lavender 40/42. It is also reputed to have applications with colds and head congestion. 

Consistency: Thin. 

Note: Top 

Strength of Aroma: Strong 

Blends well with: Lavandin blends well with most oils but has a tendency to overpower with heavy camphor overtones. 

Aromatic Scent: Lavandin Grosso has a strong, somewhat piercing camphor like smell with some light, floral undertones characteristic of Lavender. 

History: This hybrid apparently evolved naturally near the seas in Spain, Italy and France. It is now commercially produced in these same countries. 

Cautions: Due to the high camphor content, Lavandin should be avoided during pregnancy and by those with epilepsy. 

Disclaimer: 
Please note, the International Federation of Aromatherapists do not recommend that Essential Oils be taken internally unless under the supervision of a Medical Doctor who is also qualified in clinical Aromatherapy.

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