Lavender Oil Bulgarian
Lavender Oil, Essential Lavender Oil
Lavender oil Bulgarian in other languages:
Lavendelöl bulgarisch, Lavender oil Bulgarian, Lavande bulgare d'huile, Olio di lavanda Bulgarian, aceite de lavanda Búlgaro, Масло лаванды Болгарии
LAVENDULA ANGUSTIFOLIA OIL
Original home of the lavender are the coastal areas of the Mediterranean. The plant is perennial and grows as a woody shrub and achieves heights of growth up to 1 meter. The branches are ascending and upright. The narrow leaves are hairy and between 40 and 50 mm long and show a grey hairy felt. The blue to violet flowers are arranged in 6 to 10 so-called false whorl on the ears-like inflorescence. Blooming period is from June to August.
How lavender oil Bulgarian is produced:
The essential lavender oil Bulgarian is obtained by water steam distillation of the fresh blossoms of real lavender (Lavandula angustifolia). Hot water steam is used as a carrier for the volatile organic compounds of the blossoms. Due to the non-miscibility of the organic components of the essential oil and the water, a spontaneous phase separation takes place during cooling, so that the essential oil can be separated. The yield is between 0.8 and 1.6%.
Essential lavender oil Bulgarian is a mobile, colourless to light yellow coloured liquid. It has a characteristic, fresh and bloomy scent.
Relative composition of lavender oil Bulgarian:
Major compounds are linalool and linalyl acetate. Ocimenes, terpinen-4-ol and limonene are contained in a smaller amount.
Lavender oil Bulgarian and its applications:
Medical use, phytotherapy, aromatherapy:
In the kitchen:
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