Lavender Essential Oil BIO
A few drops of relax for your cakes and sweets
Lavender essential oil (Lavandula angustifolia) is obtained by steam distilling the flowering tops
MARNYS® Lavender Essential Oil BIO is 100% pure and chemotyped, that is, it has got a defined composition and is 100% of natural origin. Lavender oil has been obtained through steam distillation and has not been denatured or mixed with other oils, what ensures the properties of the essential oil.
MARNYS® Lavender Essential Oil BIO contains the chemotypes: linalool, acetate linalyle. Its colour and appearance range from yellow to light yellow, with a rustic and ethereal flavour, properties that favour food taste.
MARNYS® Lavender Essential Oil BIO is a food-grade oil and represents a good combination for Chamomile, Pennyroyal, Aniseed, Mint, Lemon Balm, Lime blossom and purple Passionflower teas. We can't set aside that Lavender is part of one of the most popular aromatic herbal blends in French gastronomy: Herbes de Provence along with Rosemary, Thyme, Basil or Savory among others. Delight your palate with a special Honey and Lavender cake by adding just a few drops of its Essential Oil to the following ingredients: flour, baking powder, salt, powdered cinnamon, vegetable oil, honey, sugar and eggs; for the icing it's possible to use the variant you like best by adding cheese, honey, fruits and nuts.
- HOW TO USE
- ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
HOW TO USE
Always dilute 1-2 drops in 250g of food (juice, tea, salad, etc.). Maximum 3 times a day.
Lavender Essential Oil (Lavandula angustifolia flower oil).
Do not exceed the recommended daily dosage. Store in a cool, dry place, away from light. Keep out of the reach of children.
· Food supplements should not be used as a substitiute for a balanced nutrition.
· It is recommended to keep a varied and balanced diet and healthy lifestyle.
· Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.
· Keep away from children.
· Do not store at a temperatures above 30ºC.
TO KNOW MORE
The term Lavender comes from the Latin verb lavo, lavare and means to wash or clean. Lavender has been known since ancient times, as shown by the work by Dioscorides entitled De Materia Medica, which praises the properties of lavender for physical and mental well-being. The Romans used Lavender as a bath additive, and in the Middle Ages it was one of the most valuable essential oil plants used in the production of perfumes and soaps, as well as a food additive. The herbal monographs by German Commission E recognise the comforting properties of Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) during the digestive process.
Lavender (family Lamiaceae), also known as English lavender, true lavender or common lavender (Lavandula angustifolia), is an evergreen plant, native to the Mediterranean region (France, Spain, Andorra and Italy), but grown in many other countries across the world. Lavender grows up to 40-60cm high in groups. The lower part of the stem is woody, while the upper part is green. It has got linear or lanceolate leaves with curled edges and a highly-branched fibrous root system.
The flowers of Lavandula angustifolia grow in spikes arranged in circles (3-5 flowers per circle) at the top of the stem. They’re usually pale violet, although white and pink flower varieties have also been cultivated.