Lavender Aspic (Lavandula latifolia)


Fresh, herbal, a lovely fragrance a little more powerful than the lavender augustifolia, it is a better choice for diffusion. Also an antitoxic, analgesic, antiviral with delicious calming properties.

Product Description

Lavandula aspic: lavandula latifolia
Ditstilled parts: flowering tops
Origin: Spain
Cultivation: conventional
Quality: 100% pure, natural and integral

Scent: fresh, herbaceous with a note of camphor

Biochemical composition:
Monoterpenols: linalol(47.63%), alpha-terpineol (0.98%), borneol (1.04%), terpinene 4-0l (0.35%).
Monoterpenes: beta-pinene (2.05%). limonene (1.63%), alpha-pinene (1.70%), camphene (0.65%), myrcene (0.51%), para-myrcene (0.33%), (Z)-beta-ocimene (0.35%), terpinolene (0.15%), gamma-terpinene (0.12%)
Oxides terpenic: 1,8-cineol (21.21%)
Sesquiterpenes: beta-caryophyllene (1.45%), (E)-alpha-bisabolene (1.11%), germacrene D (0.41%), gamma-cadinene (0.12%) Ketones: Camphor (14.30%)

• Powerful antitoxic
• Excellent fungicide
• Expectorant
• Exceptional antiscarring
• Antalgic, analgesic
• Medium strength antibacterial

• Insect bites (immediate application necessary)
• Burns (immediate application), ulcers, psoriasis, eschars
• Mycoses, athlete foot fungus
• Eczema, acne
• Migraines
• Mild effect on rheumatisms

• Respiratory problems: rosemary verbenone
• Skin: ciste, helichrysum
• rhumatisms: wintergreen, eucalyptus citriodora
• diffusion: marjoram, pine, palmarosa

All lavanders are exceptionally efficacious and need to be used immediately on burns and insect bites. The oil is a must carry with or be at one’s reach at all times, a real treasure.