Lavender Essential Oil
Lavandula angustifolia MILL
Middle East and India
Lavender has been used as an antispasmodic, carminative, diuretic, and general tonic. Extracts have been used to treat patients with conditions ranging from acne to migraines. It has been thought to increase bile flow output and flow into the intestine and has been used as an antidiabetic agent. Lavender is usually administered as an infusion, decoction, or oil and is taken internally or applied topically for relief of neuralgia. Lavender oil and extracts are used as pharmaceutical fragrances and in cosmetics.
Content of Essential Oil:
1%-3% essential oil
Linalyl acetate (30%-55%), Linalool (20%-35%), small quantities of nerol, borneol, b-ocimen, geraniol, cineole, caryophylleneepoxide, camphene.
Pharmaceutical and cosmetics usage.
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*The concentrated extracts of APOTEC BAY are raw materials for product formulation. Accordingly, they are not intended for any direct consumption in food and beverage and/or for undiluted topical application in cosmetics, perfumery, and aromatherapy.
*Keep away from children.
 H. Wagner, S. Bladt, Plant Drug Analysis, A Thin Layer Chromatography Atlas, Springer (Second Edition), 1996, p. 157
 S. G. Wynn and B. J. Fougère, Materia Medica, Veterinary Herbal Medicine, 2007, pp. 459-672
 European Pharmacopoeia, 5th Edition, 2004, pp. 1893-1894