Lavandin, Sumian

Lavandin and Sumian essential oils are widely used in the fragrance, cosmetic, and aromatherapy industries. These oils are popular due to their unique scent and therapeutic properties. In this technical guide, we will provide detailed information to help wholesale buyers understand the key technical aspects of these oils before making a purchase.

Synonyms: Lavandin is also known as Lavandula x intermedia, and Sumian is also known as Michelia champaca.

Botanical Names: Lavandin is a hybrid plant created by crossing true lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) and spike lavender (Lavandula latifolia). Its scientific name is Lavandula x intermedia. Sumian is a flowering plant belonging to the Magnoliaceae family, and its scientific name is Michelia champaca.

Chemical Composition: The main chemical components of Lavandin essential oil are linalyl acetate, linalool, camphor, cineole, and ocimene. Sumian essential oil is mainly composed of methyl eugenol, linalool, and alpha-terpineol. The chemical composition of essential oils can vary depending on factors such as the location, soil conditions, climate, and extraction method used.

Growing Locations: Lavandin is mainly grown in France, Spain, and Italy, while Sumian is native to India, Indonesia, and the Philippines. It is important to note that the quality of essential oils can vary depending on the growing conditions and harvesting techniques used in these regions.

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