Scientific Name : Lavandula Stoechas
Synonyms :
Other Names in English : Topped Lavender, French Lavender
Family : Labiatae

General Data

Product Details


It is a plant of the mint genus and from the Labiatea family, perennial, in the form of a thick and small shrub, 30-60 cm high, with numerous or plump stems and its stems are square and all parts of this plant have a pungent odor. The flowers are small and usually dark purple or purple in the form of spikes that appear in spring. It grows in Asia and Europe, in Portugal, the Canary Islands and the Mediterranean, Algeria, Saudi Arabia to Istanbul and Asia Minor, and most of the land on dry hills and low slopes and coasts, but it is not being seen in higher altitude than 1000 meters. In Iran, it is grown wildly and it has been planted in cities for a while.

Chemical Constituents

Fresh flower spikes and leaves yield 0.8-2% volatile oil, comprising of 30- 40% esters, chiefly l-linalylacetate; geraniol, linalool, limonene, cineole, esters of butyric and valeric acids, and a sesquiterpene..

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