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Lavender Aspic Essential Oil.

Lavender Aspic Essential Oil.

SKU: lavenderaspic

Lavender Aspic (Lavandula Spica Labiatae) essential oil.
Botanical Name: Lavandula Spica Labiatae.
Plant Part: Flowering tops
Extraction Method: Steam Distillation.
Chemical composition: Linalool, camphor, linalyl acetate.
Aroma: like fresh lavender.
Origin: Spain.
Color: pale yellow.

Use: many physicians consider aspic lavender to be a diuretic and sudorific, and found it to be effective for fevers and virus infections. Like its close relative lavender, aspic can be used for bruises, aches and pains, chapped hands, allergies caused by too much sun, and burns.

As it is a very active antibiotic, it is very successful in the treatment of acne, and to heal wounds. To reinforce its action, add chamomile or geranium. Aspic is also used by a veterinarians horses to rubbed legs and backs of horses after racing. It is also rubbed on the paws and sore legs of old dogs and cats suffering from rheumatic conditions.

Blends well with the following oils: rosemary verbenone, Cistus, Immortal, lemon Eucalyptus, Wintergreen, Rosewood, Pine, marjoram, Petit Grain …

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Our essential oils are obtained by steam distillation of water or cold expression.

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  • Description

    Product Description

    Lavende Aspic is a plant that grows around the Mediterranean, at a lower altitude than the regular Provence lavender. The bush grows up to 3 ft in height, with larger leaves and more intensely colored flowers than the true lavender. Aspic lavander plants have been hybridized with Lavander Angustifolia.

    The plant is largely cultivated for its essential oils, chiefly in Spain, and a major proportion is used in perfumery and toiletries. The essential oil is pale yellow in colour and very fluid; when badly stored or left in the air, it becomes dark yellow and thickens so do not buy or use when like this. The smell is very camphory and lavender-like (like the flowers), with a note of Rosemary.

    The principal constituents: Borneol, camphor, cineol, geraniol, linalool, pinene and terpineol. It is often falsified with rosemary and turpentine. Dangers: Never use aspic in too large a quantity – in the bath for example – as it can be toxic. Instead of the correct reaction, you could end up with headaches, nervousness and exhaustion. Please respect the dosages.

    30ml bottles are aluminum.

  • Additional information

    Additional Information


    10 ml,, 17 ml, 30ml

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