AromaDb: A Database of Plant's Aroma Molecules

Plant Details

:Common Name
:Scientific Name
Lavandula coronopofolia

The genus Lavandula (lavender) of Lamiaceae family consists of about 30 species, many of which are found in Mediterranean, Sahara-Arabian and Iran-Turanian regions. A large part of the aroma and fl avor of this plant is due to the presence of es- sential oils, some constituents of which have also shown to have biological activity and could be responsible for the plants use in folk medicine. Lavender is a perennial herb with upright spikes of small aromatic blue or violet fl owers.

: Details
The leaves are gray, aromatic and semi-evergreen. Several species are widely cultivated for ornament and perfumery purposes. Lavender is widely used in aromatherapy as a holistic relaxant and said to have carmina- tive, antifl atulence and anticolic properties.

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