lavender-blossom-lilac-blue-lavender-field-flowers.jpg

CO2 Total Extract
Lavandula officinalis

  • Botanical nameLavandula officinalis

  • Common name: Lavender

  • Geographical position: 1400m  above sea level

  • Part of the plant used: Flower (cultivated)

  • Appearance: Dark Brown solid.

  • Major compounds: Linalool, linalyl acetate, terpinerolene.

  • Odor: Natural and fresh fragrance

Application:

Pharmaceutics
Chemical Industry
Supplements
Food
Natural Cosmetics

Lavandula officinalis shows good anti-inflammatory and healing properties when applied topically on burn lesions in cream formulations. The burns treated with formulations containing Lavandula officinalis showed less edema and better epithelial cell formation. [1]

Lavandula officinalis extract possesses antimicrobial activity as well as it was observed against several pathogens. Its antimicrobial activity makes Lavandula officinalis useful in food technology and pharmaceutical applications. [2]

Lavandula o. is proven to show no toxic effects in kidneys or liver when administered in vivo in lab mice. It possesses anti-inflammatory properties in reducing edema, lowers cholesterol levels, has positive effect on uterine proteins and increases levels of serum estradiol. These findings support Lavandula o. application in treating female infertility with natural alternatives. [3]

Literature:

[1] B., Cesário, & B., Prette, & I., Forgerini, & De, Santis, & M., Iyomasa-Pilon, & G., Glad, & R., da & R., Souza, & Possebon, Lucas & Pereira, Maria. (2019). Healing effects of Lavandula officinalis essential oil associated with Arctium lappa extract in a second degree burn model. 10.15413/ajmp.2018.0197.

[2] Shafaghat, Ali. (2012). Phytochemical and antimicrobial activities of Lavandula officinalis leaves and stems against some pathogenic microorganisms. Journal of Medicinal Plants Research. 6. 10.5897/JMPR11.1166.

[3] Slighoua, Meryem & Mahdi, Ismail & Amrati, Fatima Ez-Zahra & Boucetta, Nabil & Cristo, Francesca & Boukhira, Smahane & el Hamsas el Youbi, Amal & Ibn Tattou, Mohamed & Grafov, Andrey & Bari, Amina & Bousta, Dalila. (2022). Pharmacological effects of Lavandula officinalis Chaix and its polyphenols: Focus on their in vivo estrogenic and anti-inflammatory properties. South African Journal of Botany. 146. 354-364. 10.1016/j.sajb.2021.11.014.

* Please, note that the above statements are summaries of published studies and and investigations as cited at the end of each statement.

These are not results or conclusions drawn for Esencial® Laboratory.

The producer of the end product is responsible for the end product effects and the production technology of their product in compliance with specific regulations that guarantee the Consumer Information Rights and their Health Safety.