Used extensively in the fragrance trade for a huge range of products. Due to the generally higher levels of camphor and 1,8-cineol in the lavandins, compared to Lavender, this gives products a more powerful longer-lasting fragrance. Antimicrobial.
Can be used for most of the purposes that Lavender is used for, except perhaps it may sting on scratches and similar wounds. Ideal for easing bronchial congestion caused by colds and flu as well as soothing sore airways. Often used in massage where one wishes to achieve relaxation without the soporific effects of pure Lavender. Excellent for muscle stiffness in massage or in the bath.