Commonly extracted from lavender (Lavandula spp.), rose (Rosa spp.), basil (Ocimum basilicum), and neroli oil (Citrus aurantium).
Linalool Fact Sheet
Linalool is crucial in the release of vitamin E into the body making it a very significant terpene for healthy functioning (Peana et al., 2002).
According to the National Library of Medicine ((Russo, 2011), Linalool is considered to be an excellent:
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