Lavender Essential Oil Manufacturer & Supplier in India
Aadhunik Ayurveda is the best lavender oil manufacturers in india that produces ingestible lavender oil suitable for multiple use in skin care, health and wellness routines. We produce edible lavender oil through steam distillation technique using kashmiri lavender buds.
Natural essential oils have been used as an alternative medicine over the past decade. Lavender essential oil is an illustrious one and well-acclaimed for its excellent health properties.
Lavender Angustifolia aka lavender is one of the most popular herbs in medicinal and wellness rituals around the world due to its extremely soothing aroma and wide array of therapeutic properties. But using Lavender oil for skin and hair too has plenty of benefits.
The purple lavender buds/flowers are steam distilled to extract the essential oil which is rich in volatile compounds. This potent oil has a strong floral, woody aroma with various uses for skincare, hair care, and aromatherapy. It is a versatile oil most commonly used for alleviating stress, anxiety and reducing inflammation.
What is Lavender oil good for?
Lavender essential oil is known for its calming, and almost sleep-including effects. It is considered one of the most versatile essential oils thanks to its wide range of therapeutic and physical benefits. It helps treat central nervous system disorders, such as stress, anxiety, and depression.
Other than its physical & emotional benefits, Lavender is commonly grown for ornamental and landscape use.
How Lavender Essential oil is obtained
Edible Lavender essential oil is obtained by the steam distillation process, where the flower spikes of lavender species are taken as a raw material. Due to its highest degree of therapeutic properties it is considered the key essential oil that can help treat various health concerns. The properties are such as antidepressant, antispasmodic, antifungal, antiseptic, etc. Moreover, all these properties are equally important to make lavender a healthy product. Although there are multiple ways devise over the years to produce cost effective lavender essential oil but so far steam distilled is considered the best of all techniques known.
Making of Lavender Essential Oil at Aadhunik Ayurveda
At Aadhunik Ayurveda, making of lavender essential oil by using the best clean and healthy technique of steam distillation is practiced. The technique is 100% environment friendly and the product is the most potent, effective, and healthy for human use. This technique produces edible essential oil.
Bulk Manufacturer, Supplier & Wholesaler & Exporter of Lavender Essential Oil
Aadhunik Ayurveda is one of the best top leading manufacturers, wholesalers, suppliers & exporters of high-quality lavender essential oil private label companies in India.
At Aadhnik Ayurveda lavender essential oil making is a clean and chemical-free technique to produce the best quality, highly therapeutic, and edible essential oil. The lavender used in the making of essential oil is sourced from Srinagar, Jammu & Kashmir.
We assure you that all our products adhere to the highest criteria of safety and quality. We offer natural & organic (in-house) forms of essential oils to our customers. Our products are free from all chemicals, additives, & fillers. They also do not carry any artificial colors, preservatives, and fragrances.
Private label edible Lavender essential oils
Aadhunik Ayurveda is the known private label manufacturer of skin care, health and wellness products that deals in private label of lavender products like edible lavender essential oil, lavender hydrosol and products made using lavender like body lotion, face cream, baby cream, baby soap, de-stress roll-on, sweet sleep balm, anxiety relief oil, and much more
Explore many more steam distilled edible hydrosols like lavender, mandarin, vetiver, rose, peppermint, clove, turmeric etc.
Though Lavender essential oil is skin-friendly and safe, you must dilute Lavender essential oil with a compatible carrier oil as it is fully concentrated and very powerful.
We also deploy proven methods for activities like processing, packaging, and delivery. Our wide range of edible pure essential oils including lavender oil, turmeric oil, and many others are available at best reasonable rates without compromising with quality. We are the leading supplier of pure & edible essential oils in the whole wide world.
Apart from that, a secure payment gateway is provided to ensure the safety of your transactions. The best packaging standards and collaboration with top logistic companies like DHL, Bluedart, Delhivery, etc., enable us to provide undamaged and effective essential oils to our customers. Buy your favorite essential oil today, and we assure you that you will be able to reap many benefits from it!
Uses of Lavender Essential Oil
- Stress & Anxiety Relief
- Skin Irritation & Healing
- Hair & Scalp Rejuvenation
- Minor pain & migraine Relief
- Nausea & Motion Sickness
- Used as makeup brush cleanser
- Repair cracked heels
Skin benefits of lavender essential oil
Not only does lavender oil impart a calming aroma to your skincare products, but it can also be used to improve your skin health. Here are a few key benefits of using lavender oil for the skin.
- Soothes inflammation
- Flights from acne
- Promotes wound healing
- Evens out skin tone
- Fights infections
- Soothes dry skin conditions
- Prevents wrinkle formation
- It promotes skin from free radicals
Health benefits of Edible lavender essential oil
The edible lavender essential oil is highly therapeutic and hence work to ease stress and sleep disorder conditions.
- It is beneficial for treating anxiety, insomnia, depression, and restlessness.
- It relieves pain from headaches, sprains, toothaches, and sores.
- It reduces blood pressure and heart rate.
- It helps relieve respiratory symptoms
- It improves sleep and insomnia.
Hair health benefits of lavender essential oil
- It’s a natural treatment for head lice
- It stimulates hair growth and makes hair strong & healthy
- It Promotes a healthy scalp
Side effects of lavender essential oil
Using lavender essential oils directly with food or drinks can be dangerous for people. Consuming essential oils directly causes irritation to the oral mucosa, lining of the soft palate, throat, and tongue.
Other side effects include constipation, headache, increased appetite, and skin rash on topical use. Therefore, kindly consult a doctor and do not use it to self-medicate.
The use of lavender on the skin can lead to allergic reactions in some people. There is little information available on the web regarding the safety of lavender oils during pregnancy, so it’s best to exercise caution and consult a doctor before using them.
Physico-chemical and phytochemical Screening of Lavender Hydrosol and essential oil (Lavandula angustifolia)
Abstract: Lavender is a common and popular aromatic Mediterranean herb belonging to the Lamisceae family. Most research on plants reported that lavender has antibacterial, antifungal and neuroprotective activities. The aim of this research was to study physicochemical and phytochemical screening and microbial activity tests of lavender hydrosol/floral water and lavender essential oil.
Lavandula angustifolia was commonly known as lavender, is a species of the genus Lavendula from the Lamiaceae family. Lavender species are grown world-wide primarily for their essential oils, which are used in the food processing, aromatherapy products, cosmetics & perfumes.
L.angusifolia is a perennial herbaceous plant being one of the most loved aromatic & medicinal plants in the world. The name, lavender, comes from Latin.The Romans used lavender for obtaining a pleasant smell in their bath, as well as for its beneficial effect in health.
Lavender hydrosol contains anhydrous essential oil. The main constituents of lavender are linalol, linalyl acetate, and others.
The plant also contains a high number of tannins up to 12%. Lavender hydrosol contains a high percentage of linalool & linalyl acetate. Lavender hydrosol can be used externally and internally for various purposes. Edible Lavender hydrosol and essential oil is used in salves, balms, cosmetics, perfumes, topical skin and food & beverages preparations.
Taken internally, lavender hydrosol is believed to have a beneficial effect on many health impairments, including anxiety, stress, depression, irritability and other problems.
The aim of our work is to demonstrate the abundance of these plant secondary metabolites and determine their biological properties. To do this, our study includes physicochemical and phytochemical properties. The second part is devoted to an evaluation of the microbial activity test in addition to determining the effectiveness of these compounds.
The present work evaluates the aromatic waters/ hydrosol and essential oil of Lavender obtained as innovative commercial products of a steam distillation process. Its a product making a come back however these hydrosols were available in traditional times in the name of water based herb ark and used in medicine, food, skin care and wellness.
The following tables provides information on the most commonly tested physico-chemical and phytochemical parameters, and Microbiological analysis in Lavender hydrosol and essential oil
|Lavender Hydrosol/Floral Water and essential oil
|Steam distillation only
|100% chemical & preservative free
|Cosmetic, Skincare, Health & Wellness, Aromatherapy
This analysis is done to analyse the physicochemical, heavy metals, phytochemical and microbial test activity of Lavender hydrosol and essential oil.
1.1 Physico-chemical Analysis
Various physico-chemical parameters of kashmiri lavender hydrosol and essential oil were analysed which were important for production of value added products.
Result of physicochemical attributes of analysis in a sample of Lavender Hydrosol and essential oil
|Transparent liquid, like water
|Sweet herbal/floral scent
|Soluble in water & alcohol insoluble in fixed oils
|Specific Gravity 9g/ml)
Primary Constituents:- Linalool, linalyl acetate, cis ocimene, lavandulyl acetate
For Essential Oil
|Pale-yellow to greenish colour clear oil liquid
|Characteristic, recognisably of lavender
|Soluble in cosmetic easter, fixed oils and insoluble in water
|Refractive Density @20°
|0.874 - 0.884
|Refractive Index @20°
|1.456 - 1.466
|Optical Rotation @20°
|-10 to 0
|Optical Rotation @20°
|0.8750 - 0.8880
1.2 Components in Lavender Hydrosol
Components in Lavender Essential Oil
|30.0 - 40.0
|25.0 - 40.0
|0.5 - 2.5
1.3 Heavy Metals Test Result
|Heavy Metal Test
1.4 Result of Phytochemical Analysis of Lavender Hydrosol
The following result were obtained after performing the phytochemical test:
|Lavender Hydrosol Specification
Result of Phytochemical Analysis of Lavender Essential Oil
|Lavender Essential Specification
|Unsaturated Fatty acid
|Saturated Fatty acid
1.5 Result of Microbial Analysis ofLavender Hydrosol
|Aerobic Mesophilic Bacterial Count
|Yeast and Mould
|< 100 CFU/g
- Appearance- The lavender hydrosol/floral water is a liquid form similar to water. That is the reason it is soluble in water. And lavender essential oil is in an oil liquid form and does not dissolve in water.
- Colour- The lavender hydrosol is a clean, clear, colourless liquid. And Lavender essential oil is pale yellow to greenish in colour.
- Odour- The odour of a lavender hydrosol is derived from the flowers, leaves and stems. The odour of lavender hydrosol is a sweet herbal/floral scent. And Lavender essential oil has a characteristic aroma resembling lavender. However the aroma changes from season to season with variety in its volatile compounds due to different factors like - temperature, rainfall, soil health etc.
- Solubility- It is soluble in water and alcohol but insoluble in fixed oils. While essential oil is soluble in fat and fixed oils, but insoluble in water.
- pH- A pH of 7 is neutral, above 7 the pH is alkaline and below 7 the pH is acidic.
- Specific Gravity- is used to define the weight of a liquid as compared to density at a specific temperature. If the specific gravity for a lavender hydrosol sample is less than 1, that means the material will flow in the reference substances, and if the water sample is more than 1, that means the material will sink in the reference material.
- Heavy Metals- this test is done to check for irregular levels of toxic or potentially harmful metals. Heavy Metal Limit test is primarily based on the reaction of metallic impurities with hydrogen sulphide or sodium sulphide in an acidic medium to produce metal sulphide which provides brown coloration.
- Microbial Test- is necessary and required by many industries worldwide, where human health is at risk of being adversely affected by disease-causing bacterial & virus, and microbial toxins.
Microbiological analysis of a sample is the use of biological, biochemical, molecular or chemical methods for the identification of microorganisms in a sample.
Observations of Phytochemical Tests
Black/bluish or green coloration was observed, which shows the presence of tannins.
Reddish colour was observed, which is an indication of presence of flavonoid.
The pristent froth appearance was an indication of saponin.
The red colour appearance was observed, which is an indication of presence of terpenoids.
5. Cardiac Glycosides
Brown ring was formed which is an indication of the presence of cardiac glycosides.
There is no formation of cream or white precipitate, which shows the presence of the alkaloids.
Observation For Lavender Essential Oil
No, formation of yellow colour in a sample, which does not show the presence of coumarin.
No, formation of green black colour in a sample, which does not show the presence of tannin.
Slightly formation of red brown colour in a sample, shows the presence of flavonoid.
4. Unsaturated Fatty Acid
Formation of clear colourless liquid shows the presence of unsaturated fatty acid.
5. Saturated Fatty Acid
No, formation of brown colour, which does not show the presence of saturated fatty acid.
Lavender is among the aromatic and medicinal plants widely used in the pharmaceutical and biomedical fields.
To make good use of this natural substance, we will use a quantitative estimate of these metabolites for the next component.
1.Can lavender essential oil be harmful?
Swallowing large amounts of lavender essential oil can be toxic for children and adults. The signs of lavender essential oil poisoning include blurred vision and breathing difficulties.
2.What happens if you use too much lavender oil?
A lavender essential oil may cause skin irritation or an allergic reaction in some individuals. If you experience nausea, vomiting, or a headache after using lavender, discontinue use immediately.
3.What is the English name of lavender?
Lavender angustifolia commonly called English lavender has been a mainstay of herb gardens for many years.
4.What are the disadvantages of lavender?
Lavender is likely safe for most children and adults in topical use. It’s possibly safe when taken by mouth, applied to the skin, or inhaled in medicinal - guided amounts. When taken by mouth, Lavender can cause constipation, headache, and increased appetite. When applied to the skin, lavender can sometimes cause irritation.
What is the cost of lavender essential oil in India?
Lavender essential oil is priced anywhere between Rs. 2,000 to 45,000 a litre. But there is a lot of difference between lavender oil sold at Rs. 2000 and one priced at Rs. 45,000 in terms of their make – synthetic /natural, edibility/non-edibility, therapeutic/non-therapeutic and much more. We at Aadhunik Ayurveda make lavender essential oil in-house to ensure purity and hence our oil is organic certified, therapeutic, edible and suitable for skin care, food, health and wellness.
What is the lavender essential oil price in India?
Lavender essential oil price is directly connected to lavender buds price which is sourced from farmer. Pure Kashmiri lavender essential oil in India is produced using kashmiri lavender buds which cost about Rs. 1700 a kg at present and it contain about 3.8 % oil in it. Hence a liter of pure lavender essential oil cost around Rs. 60,000 at present in India. With commodity process increasing and decreasing the oil average price per liter is around Rs. 45000. If you find anything less than it than it simply means it has some adulteration/dilution in it.
Does Aadhunik Ayurveda produced lavender essential oil ingestible?
Yes, Aadhunik Ayurveda produced essential oil of lavender is ingestible.
Where to find wholesale lavender essential oil suppliers supplying genuine oil?
Aadhunik ayruveda is one wholesale supplier of lavender essential oil which gives you pure product with guarantee.