Lavender High Altitude has a sweet, floral, warm, fresh aroma. Lavender High Altitude smells significantly different to Spike Lavender and marginally different to Lavandin. Lavender High Altitude is calming, relaxing, soothing and rejuvenating.
Lavender High Altitude | Latin Name: Lavandula Angustifolia | Family: Lamiaceae | Extraction: Distillation| Plant Part: Flowering Tops
Lavender High Altitude Essential Oil is a very pale yellow oil with a sweet, floral, warm, fresh aroma. The smell is significantly different from Spike lavender and marginally different from lavandin.
It is a hardy herb has a delicate purple-blue flower in spring and summer. It is not to be confused with larger cross-breeds of the lavender family, such as spike or lavandin, as it does not have the same essential oil properties, or appearance, being much smaller and less spectacular. Common to Europe, the flower from this plant yields one of aromatherapy’s favourite essential oils.