Bulgarian Lavender 100% Pure and Natural Essential Oil

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$16.00 / Kilogram | 5 Kilogram/Kilograms (Min. Order)
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Overview
Quick Details
Place of Origin:
Bulgaria
Model Number:
KUSH-LAVB
Raw Material:
Flowers
Supply Type:
OEM/ODM
Type:
Pure Essential Oil
Certification:
FDA, GMP, MSDS
Supply Ability
Supply Ability:
1000 Kilogram/Kilograms per Week
Packaging & Delivery
Packaging Details
Small Packing will be done in Food Grade Silver Coated Aluminum Bottles
Bulk Packing will be done in 180 Kg. Food Grade GI Barrels
Port
New Delhi
Lead Time :
Prompt

DESCRIPTION

 

Bulgaria is home to the largest growing area in the world for lavender oil, producing each year between 100 MT-130 MT (depending mainly on climatic conditions).

 

Distilled from the plant flower spikes, lavender oil is one of the world's most traditional essential oils frequently used in fragrances and aromatherapy, despite little evidence proving its therapeutic values.

 

Ultra International B.V. offers the highest grade of Bulgarian lavender oil which boasts a lavandulyl acetate content on average around 4% (industry average is 2%). To achieve this we hand select the plants from certain growing partners in Bulgaria to ensure we are able to offer our clients this premium oil each season.

 

Harvesting usually begins during the first two weeks of July and the season lasts around 2 weeks.

 

 

PRODUCT DETAILS

 

BOTANICAL NAME:                   LAVANDULA ANGUSTIFOLIA

ORIGIN:                                  BULGARIA

CROP SEASON:                         JULY

PLANT/PART USED:                   FLOWERING TOPS

METHOD OF EXTRACTION:        STEAM DISTILLATION

TSCA CAS:                                8000-28-0

EINECS CAS:                             84776-65-8

EINECS:                                   283-994-0

INCI NAME:                              LAVANDULA ANGUSTIFOLIA (LAVENDER) OIL

APPEARANCE:                           SLIGHTLY YELLOWISH MOBILE LIQUID

ORGANOLEPTIC PROPERTIES:    LAVENDER, HERBAL, FLORAL, SWEET

DENSITY:                                  0.875-0.888

REFRACTIVE INDEX:                  1.458-1.468

OPTICAL ROTATION:                 -5º TO -12º

CHEMICAL CONSTITUENTS:   LINALOOL, LINALYL ACETATE, Α-PINENE, LIMONENE, 1,8-CINEOLE, CIS- AND TRANS-OCIMENE, 3-OCTANONE, CAMPHOR, CARYOPHYLLENE, TERPINEN-4-OL AND LAVENDULYL ACETATE

FRAGRANCE USAGE:                    MAX. 16%

FLAVOUR USAGE:                        MAX. 220 PPM

IFRA:                                          RESTRICTED BY IFRA

ALLERGENS:                                CONTAINS FRAGRANCE ALLERGENS

 

 

LATEST MARKET INFORMATION SEPTEMBER 22, 2016

 

It’s safe to say that although total figures aren’t yet collected (there are no official figures published) it has been a good season for the bulgarian lavender producers. Weather conditions have been kind and those newer plantations blossomed well, producing what will no doubt be a record year.

 

It was much anticipated with many producers keen to tease the market in recent months with such promises, for which they have not disappointed, but with it may have damaged their own price expectations with supply looking to exceed demand in the immediate term. With varying qualities still posing a challenge it becomes harder to calculate the average prices but realistically we can say that prices for the 2016 season will be around 30% lower than the previous year.

 

As mentioned, quality is becoming a defining factor with different markets requiring different oil qualities. Somewhat ironically to what we usually see for the aromatherapy clients, they are more inclined to accept the lower quality material than the perfumery markets who prefer the more traditional and established qualities coming from the older plantations. With more ‘new oil’ in the market and a growing demand from the aromatherapy sector we are seeing a shift in focus from the producers and the emergence of two different qualities. One quality is the ‘premium’ grade for the perfumery industry and the other a ‘standard’ quality for the aromatherapy market. The price difference between the two can be as much as 20%.

 

We estimate in 2014 the crop was around 140 mt, in 2015 200 mt and in 2016 approximately 280 mt and it’s possible these numbers can keep growing!

 

 

LAVENDER OIL BULGARIA

 

The following data gives the range within which each of the listed compounds will occur in Lavender Oil Bulgaria

 

COMPOUND                                    RANGE %

 

Linalool                                          25 –40%

 

Linalyl acetate                                 25 –46%

 

Lavandulyl acetate                           3 – 5%

 

Terpinen-4-ol                                  1 –6%

 

1,8-cineol                                        Max 2.5%

 

Camphor                                         Max 1.2%

 

 

For more details about your required Oil, you can contact us our official E -mail ID:-

 

www.kusharomaexports.com or  Call US :- +91-9839037804