Lavendin Abrial Essential Oil
Latin Name: Lavandula hybrida Briquet
Part of plant: Flowering tops
Aroma Character: Fresh, sweetly herbaceous
Blends Well with: Cedarwood, Palmarosa, Thyme
Lavendin Abrial Properties: Against infections, bacteria, fungi and viruses; general tonic; against colds, relieves coughs, sedative; promotes wound healing and scar formation.
Lavendin Abrial Indications: Ailments of respiratory tract, bronchitis, rhinopharyngitis, influenza; enterocolitis; rheumatism; asthenia; mycosis, wounds, skin ailments.
Lavendin Abrial Main Components: Camphor, cineole, linaly, acetate.
Lavendin Abrial Contraindications, side effects: None Known for normal dosage.
Lavendin Abrial is one of the older clonal lavenders and one of the first to be standardised. It has nice blue flowers and usually grows with a higher camphor and lower ester (linalyl acetate) content than true lavender.
The essential oil has a fairly sweet aroma with a smoky note.