Distillation of the flowering tops, Lavender Spike has a fresh-herbaceous, camphoraceous odour. Lavender Spike is respiratory, balancing and a good everyday oil for soothing and resting.
Lavender Spike | Latin Name: Lavandula Latifolia | Family: Lamiaceae | Extraction: Distillation | Plant Part: Flowering Tops
Lavender High Spike Essential Oil is a water-white or pale yellow liquid with a penetrating, fresh-herbaceous, camphoraceous odour.
It is an aromatic evergreen shrub up to 1 meter high with lance-shaped leaves, broader and rougher than the True lavender. The flower is more compressed and of a dull grey-blue colour. Indigenous to the Mediterranean region but is now cultivated all over the world. The oil is mainly produced in France, Spain and England. There are many different varieties of Lavender, the cotton Lavender and the sea Lavender belong to different botanical families.