Chemical Composition and Content of Essential Oil of Lavandula multifida from Algeria

@article{Saadi2016ChemicalCA,
  title={Chemical Composition and Content of Essential Oil of Lavandula multifida from Algeria},
  author={Abdelkader Saadi and Michael Brada and Mokhtaria Kouidri and Herv{\'e} Dekkiche and F. Tavakkoli Attar},
  journal={Chemistry of Natural Compounds},
  year={2016},
  volume={52},
  pages={162-164}
}
The genus Lavandula of the Labiatiae (syn. Lamiacea) family consists of about 30–32 species, distributed from the North Atlantic Islands (Macaronesia) to the Mediterranean Basin, North Africa, the Middle East, tropical NE Africa, and India regions [1]. Lavandula species are mainly grown for their essential oils, which are used in perfumery, cosmetics, food processing, and nowadays also in “aromatherapy” products [2]. Lavender essential oil is used to treat depression, diabetes, epilepsy… CONTINUE READING

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