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Lavender Essential Oil Names – Different Types Lavandin French Spike Variations

Lavender essential oil comes from the lavender flower and is used for a variety of purposes. Loving Essential Oils has published a guide that focuses on the many types of lavender essential oils, each with a unique set of properties.

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The guide explains that some of the most common types of lavender oil include spike lavender oil, French lavender oil, and lavandin. Spike lavender oil is rich in phenols and has a strong camphor scent. French lavender oil is lower in phenols and has a sweet floral scent.

Each of these types of lavender oil has its own unique properties and benefits. Spike lavender oil is an excellent choice for cleaning and disinfecting products, as it has powerful antiseptic properties. French lavender oil is an excellent choice for use in skin care products because it is soothing and hydrating. Lavandin oil is an excellent choice for use in aromatherapy, as it has a relaxing and calming effect.

The main component of lavender oil is linalool. Linalool is a terpene alcohol that is active on the CNS and has anti-stress and analgesic properties. Other components of lavender oil include camphor, limonene, 1,8-cineole, and linalyl acetate.

Lavender oil is extracted from the lavender flower by steam distillation. The oil has a sweet, floral, herbaceous and slightly woody aroma. Lavender oil has been used for a long time and remains one of the most popular essential oils. It has many applications, both topical and aromatic.

Topical uses

Lavender oil is often used for its relaxing and calming effects. It can be diluted with vegetable oil and applied to the skin. It can also be added to bath salts, bath bombs and other body care products.

Aromatic uses

Lavender oil is commonly used in aromatherapy. It can be diffused in an aromatherapy diffuser, or added to carrier oil and used to massage the body.

Jennifer Lane, owner of Loving Essential Oils and Certified Aromatherapist, says, “With so many different types of lavender oil available, it can be difficult to decide which one is right for you. Consider the properties of each type of oil and decide which best suits your needs.

Loving Essential Oils also has a guide on what mixes well with lavender essential oils, this guide can be found on their blog: -well-with -essential-oil-of-lavender

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