Latin name: Lavandula vera clonale
Origin: Valensole, Alpes de Haute Provence, France
Chemotype: Linalyl acetate, linalool, beta-caryophyllene
Method of production: Distillation with water vapor of the flowers.
Properties: Relaxing, anti-stress and nervousness, anti-infectious, natural sleeping inducing.
Soothing skin, redness.
Maillette lavender is cultivated clonally from a plant propagated by cuttings. The flowering tops are steam distilled to obtain the essential oil. Its fragrance blends floral and herbaceous notes with slightly menthol and camphor. The camphor scent is more pronounced than fine lavender.
Instruction Manual :
On the skin: Dermally, in muscle massage, on the back, the solar plexus, diluted in a vegetable or pure oil in localized anointing.
In atmospheric diffusion: In dry inhalation, wet inhalation or in passive diffusion.