Lavandula x intermedia Grosso Essential Oil
Grosso Essential Oil is the most fragrant of all Lavenders. Used for aromatherapy, 100% Pure and Natural. Unlike some others, our essential oils contain no synthetic fragrances or other synthetic chemicals. Our essential oils include over 100 natural organic compounds.
Lavender essential oils are home to over 100 different compounds. Some of these compounds have been reported to have antimicrobial, antiviral, nematicidal, antifungal, insecticidal, and antioxidant properties. (Check out what scientific research says.) Essential oils stimulate the central nervous system while calming and uplifting the user.
Grosso Essential Oil for Aromatherapy
You can wear this high-grade essential oil in one of Mesa Lavender Farms diffuser necklaces for its aromatherapy properties. Lavender essential oil has calming sedative properties making this a must to help you relax, fight stress and promote sleep. You also can apply our Grosso essential oil to abscesses and cuts to reduce scarring and enhance healing.
You can add this to the essential oil reservoir of one of the essential oil diffusers we offer to help reduce stress and anxiety. Used in the bedroom one of the benefits of lavender essential oil aromatherapy is improved sleep.
Grosso is a hybrid of two species of lavender, Lavandula angustifolia, and Lavandula latifolia. You create a hybrid by cross-pollinating two different species or varieties of a plant. The offspring, or hybrid, contains the best traits of each of the parents. Cross-pollination is a natural process that occurs within members of the same plant species.
Many lavender hybrids are accidental. Upson, in The Genus Lavandula, reports Grosso was discovered by M. Pierre Grosso in 1972 in a local deserted field. He collected cuttings and planted them in his fields. Since then Grosso has taken over much of the production of Lavender essential oil. Due to its hybrid vigor, this lavender cultivar is a major essential oil producer producing up to 4 times the amount of oil possible from either of its parents. Grosso, like other hybrids from these two species, is typically known as lavandins.