- strong and rustic smell, slightly camphorated
- powerful natural anti-inflammatory, relieves burns and relaxes muscles
- treats skin problems (eczema, acne, razor burn, burns, insect bites, itching)
The Abrial lavender species is a sub-variety of lavandin, its essential oil has many of the properties of fine lavender but a rougher and camphorated scent.
It is however endowed with a strong antimicrobial, bactericidal and fungicidal quality and will therefore be the best choice of essential oil to remedy skin problems (eczema, acne, razor burn, small burns, insect bites, itching).
Resulting from the crossing between fine lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) and lavender aspic (Lavandula Latifolia spica), lavandin is the variety of lavender most cultivated in the world. It is used in aromatherapy by local application to relieve muscular pains, or for its antimicrobial, soothing and antiseptic virtues. Atmospherically, its relaxing virtues are used against stress, anxiety and sleep disorders.
Extraction method: Steam-distilled