Organic Lavender Essential Oil: This Organic Lavender has a higher percentage of Camphor than our Hungarian Lavender. This is consistent with the region that it's grown in. If you prefer a sweeter, more floral Lavender, I would try our Hungarian Lavender or Lavender 40/42. They both have less Camphor and more of the traditional Lavender chemotypes in it (linalool, sesquiterpenes, monoterpenes and linalyl acetate). The Lavandula family is compose of 39 different species so one lavender is not the same as the other (and of course, from year to year, one lavender from the same crop, the same field, the same grower, will also smell different due to temperature and climate variations).
This product is Organically grown, harvested and processed to USDA Organic standards.
Distillation Method: SteamCountry of Origin: AlbaniaPart: Flowering topsBotanical Name: Lavandula Augustifolia
INCI: Organic Lavandula Augustifolia Essential Oil
Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi there, if you’re looking for a sweeter lavender fragrance and would like to use essential oils, I would recommend trying the
Lavender 40/42 Essential Oil. If you are open to using a fragrance oil, I would recommend the
Lavender (Candle and Soap) Fragrance Oil. Thank you for your feedback on this product!
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