Lavender High Altitude Essential Oil
Latin Name: Lavandula angustifolia
Part of plant: Flowering Tops
Chemical Componants: linalyl acetate, linalol, terpinene-4-ol, β-ocimene, β-caryophyllene
Aroma Character: herbaceous, with floral, woody-earthy notes
Lavender High Altitude essential oil is high in linalyl acetate. This lavender is NOT a blend of lavenders from other areas or other countries (which is the norm). Nor is it a blend with poorer quality or dried herbage of lavenders - all of which is common procedure in the production of lavender essential oil.
This is Fragrant Earths best lavender for general use, the one therapists use the most and is probably the best in Europe (excluding Alpine Lavender which is a speciality).
Our Lavender High Altitude is grown in Haute-Provence at altitudes of 1800 to 2100 feet.