Linalyl Acetate – Terpene Profile
Linalyl acetate is produced by a number of herbs and fruits, including lavender, bergamot, peach and sage. This terpene’s rich scents of lavender and bergamot are responsible for its constant usage in fragrances and other cosmetics. A byproduct of linalool, linalyl acetate’s enticing flavor blend of citrus, herbs and spice explain why linalyl acetate is used extensively in prepared desserts, beverages, and meat products. Clinical trials have demonstrated linalyl acetate’s ability to alleviate anxiety disorders and treat inflammatory conditions.
Anti-inflammatory activity of linalool and linalyl acetate constituents of essential oils.
Peana AT, D’Aquila PS, Panin F, Serra G, Pippia P, Moretti MD (2002)
Essential oil of lavender in anxiety disorders: Ready for prime time?
Malcolm BJ, Tallian K (2018)