Lavender Hydrosol


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  • Three types of lavender are available, all are artisan steam-distilled in a hybrid stainless steel and copper still in Summer of 2021.

    Lavandula x intermedia "Grosso" from my own plants grown in Oak Run, California. Grosso is a hybrid of two species of lavender, Lavendula angustifolia and Lavandula latifolia. It has the best traits of each of the parent plants and it widely used for essential oil production. The aroma is sweet, floral and herbaceous.

    Spanish Lavender. Harvested in nearby Montgomery Creek, in elevation. Has a higher camphor content.

    French Lavender + Peppermint. A synergy of French Lavender and garden grown peppermint.  Peppermint is very light and adds a complexity to the lavender that is slightly invigorating yet calming at the same time.

    Store in a cool, dry place. Keep away from light. For a cooling mist store in the refrigerator. Use within one year of opening.

    Note: Due to COVID-19 many manufacturing resources are being diverted and there is currently an industry wide shortage on glass bottles with atomizer tops. Fine mist sprayers are in high demand right now. I am doing my best to provide continuity in packaging but please understand if alternate packaging is used.

    My favorite uses for lavender hydrosol:
    1. Spray on pillow before bed to promote sleep
    2. Facial toner. For all skin types.
    3. A great alternative to essential oils
    4. Linen spray.
    5. Lavender has a calming aroma
    6. Read 51 Ways to Use Hydrosol
    1. Extraction Method: Steam Distilled
    2. Extraction Date: June 24, 2021
    3. Plant Part: Leaves, stems. No herbicides/pesticides
    4. Origin: Oak Run and Montgomery Creek, CA
    5. Net Wt. 4 fl oz (113ml)
    6. Shelf Life: 2-3 years from extraction. Use within 1 year of opening. Preserved with silver citrate. Protect from light and temperature fluctuation.
    7. Every order equals one tree planted; you can help regrow Northern California!
    1. Lavandula x intermedia "Grosso" (Lavender) Hydrosol, grown, harvested and distilled on-site in Oak Run, California
    2. Spanish and French varieties were harvested in Montgomery Creek, CA
    3. Peppermint from my home garden
    1. Lavender Hydrosol (Distillate), Silver Citrate and Citric Acid

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