Culinary Lavender, is plant of the genus Lavandula, comprising about 20 species of the mint family Labiatae. Lavender Flower Buds are native to countries bordering on the Mediterranean. English lavender is produce widely for the essential oil. The ancient Romans used lavender in their baths. The dried flowers have long been to scent chests and closets.
The fragrance of the plant is by oil glands among tiny hairs with which the flowers, leaves, and stems. In Britain and the United States. While in the south of Europe the flowers are an object of trade. Lavender oil is made from the flowers by distillation in products like perfumes and cosmetics. It is a colorless or yellow liquid, the fragrant constituents. Lavender water, a solution of the essential oil in alcohol with other adds scent, is in a variety of toilet preparations.
Culinary Lavender is available in 20 lb. bulk bag, 15 lb. bulk bag, 10 lb. bag, 26 oz. Jug, 4 oz., 2 oz., and 1 oz. sizes.
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