Organic classical officinal lavender oil - lavandula angustifolia, Mill - grown and distilled on the farm. Bottle of 2 ml with a spray.
What is the difference between classical lavender and fine lavender?
The classical officinal lavender comes from a plant of fine lavender chosen for its perfume. Then this plant is reproduced by cuttings. On a 1 hectare plot, every plant is identical so that there is only one smell. Each bottle of classical lavender contains a lavender oil with only one nuance of lavender smell.
The cultivation and the distillation of lavender.
Since we decided to grow lavender in the region again, we have chosen to do it without pesticides. We obtained the organic certification by Ecocert for our essential oils. The distillation made on the farm is an important event: we adjust our work to the weather and the maturity of the lavender to ensure the best quality oil.
The composition of our lavender essential oils is analysed each year.
The chromatographic analyzes evaluate the amount of the components naturally existing in the essential oil (Linalol, Acétate de lynalyle......). We know the exact quality of each vintage of our essential oils. These analyzes are made and guaranteeded by an independent laboratory.
The packagings chosen maintain the quality of the oil and are suitable for different ways of usage.
Bottles are dark to protect the essential oil from the light. We use glass for the little bottles and aluminum or pvc for the bigger ones.
Bottles with a dropper are useful for all multipurpose. Sprays and the roll-ons sold individually can be used with every bottle from 5 ml to 100ml.
Small bottles are travel friendly. Big bottles can be used as temporary stock of future refill for small ones.