"Diana essential oil" offers conventional lavender oil extracted from blossoms of the plant by using the process of steam distillation.
Bulgaria is one of the best places in the world for the production of high-quality oil, and the Dervent Heights is one of the most suitable regions for cultivating the plant and extracting the essential oil.

Lavender oil is one of the most used essential oils in the world today because of its powerful antioxidant, antimicrobial, sedative, calming and anti-depressive properties. Traditionally, lavender essential oil has been used in making perfumes but it has many other health benefits and applications. Used medicinally, lavender oil has been found to eliminate harmful bacteria, relieve muscle spasms, disinfect bruises and cuts and promote speedy healing of irritated skin. When used in aromatherapy, this mild sedative helps to reduce stress and anxiety by influencing brain function, improves the mood and works as a sleep aid.
Product Lavender Essential Oil
Botanical name: Lavandula angustifolia - Miller
Part of plant used: Fresh lavender sprays
Country of origin: Bulgaria
Cultivated herb: Yes
Natural herb: Yes
Gathered herb: Yes
Fumigants used: N/A
Method of manufacture: Steam distillation
Material safety data sheets: Available upon request
Method of analysis Gas-chromatography
Known formulation incompatibilities: N/A
Must be homogenous blend: Yes
Seasonal harvesting: During June and July
Certificate of analysis: Yes
Chemical definition: Essential oil
Synonyms: None
Storage: Keep in well-sealed containers at to 5°C – 15°C, without direct exposure to sunshine or heat sources
Appearance: Fluid transparent liquid.
Color: Pale yellow
Aroma: Pure, rich and dense lavender aroma.
Characteristic components (GC-FID-MS-analysis),%
α-Pinene 0.24
Camphene 0.11
β-Pinene 0.12
β-Myrcene 0.59
Limonene 0.36
cis-β-Ocimene 4.64
β-phellandrene 0.55
1,8-cineole 0.77
trans-β-Ocimene 4.64
3-Ocanone 0.88
1-Octen-3-yl-acetate 0.84
1-Octen-3-ol 0.10
Hexyl butyrate 0.64
Linalol 31.36
Camphor 0.11
Linalyl acetate 32.80
Terpinen-4-ol 4.49
Lavandulol, acetate 3.67
Lavandulol 0.98
α-Terpineol 0.52
Caryophyllene 3.18
Borneol 0.64