|spike lavender oil spain
essential oil distilled from the flowering herbs of the lavender, lavandula latifolia (syn: lavandula spica), labiatae spain
Spike lavender oil, also called Lavender Spike or just Spike Oil is known in France as Aspic. The oil is steam distilled from the flowering tops of the stout plant, Lavandula Latifolia which, together with true lavender, are the parents of the hybrid Lavandin. The spike or aspic plant grows wild in or around its homeland, the Mediterranean countries, particularly in Spain, France, Yugoslavia, Italy and scattered in many places in North Africa and the eastern Mediterranean countries and islands. tsca definition 2008: extractives and their physically modified derivatives. lavandula latifolia, labiatae.
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