Lavender spike ORGANIC Spain

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Lavandula latifolia

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The organic certification on this product guarantees climate and environment protection, conservation of soil fertility, preservation of biodiversity, respect of the natural cycles of the plants, and absence of use of chemical and synthetic products. The organic certification guarantees transparent labelling for consumers and traceability.

Regenerating and purifying for the skin, soothing for the muscles. Clears the mental horizon, connects to the wild and luminous nature.

*The aromatherapy properties in this document are excerpted from reference books, scientific articles, or specialized websites and are provided to customer for its information and internal use only. Claims on a finished product remain the responsibility of the company making the finished product available on the market.

Spike lavender is a rounded, aromatic bush. It looks like true lavender, but has its own botanical characteristics.

The flowers are a softer purple and its velvety, gray- green leaves are broader.

The latter led to its being nicknamed “broadleaf lavender” in French. Spike lavender grows wild in the temperate regions of the Mediterranean basin, especially in Spain (which is the main producer of the plant) and in the South of France. Unlike true lavender, spike lavender thrives in low altitudes of up to 700 meters. This lavender reproduces from seeds that germinate spontaneously. The lavender sprigs are reaped in August during the flowering period. After the harvest, the flowering tops are steam distilled into essential oil.

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