We cultivate 1500 decares of agricultural land planted with Lavender and take care of 3000 decares of sunflower.
We have invested in the most modern equipment and have formed a team of 10 persons who take care of our plants on a daily basis.
Our future plans are for a constant increase in lavender and sunflower plantations.
Bio essential oils
Most often lavender is grown for the purpose of extracting lavender oil; products against moths, tea, culinary spices, scented products, for arrangement, etc. are also produced from lavender inflorescences.
The essential oil is extracted by steam distillation. Like all essential oils, it is not a pure compound, but a complex mixture of natural photochemicals, incl. linalool and linalilacetate. Subsequently, it was widely used in the cosmetic and pharmaceutical industries – perfumes, conditioners, creams and others. It is also used for aromatherapy. When added to an vaporiser or a nebuliser, lavender oil is used to treat coughs and respiratory infections. It has strong antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties. The oil has a yellow-green colour and when stored properly has a strong and rich aroma, slightly different from that of flowers. In addition to linalool and linalyl acetate, it also contains geraniol, borneol, cineole, pinene, camphor, terpineol, coumarin and etc. The most valuable of the esters is linalyl acetate, depending on the conditions of the plant cultivation; this ester varies from 30 to 60%
In culinary. Lavender inflorescences are rich in nectar from which bees make high-quality honey, which in turn is available on world markets as a premium product. In some countries, inflorescences are candied and used to decorate cakes. Lavender is often mixed with black, green or herbal tea, adding a fresh and relaxing aroma and taste. In the United States, lavender is used to make syrup, and dried lavender buds are used to make lavender cakes, muffins, candies, and the so-called “lavender sugar.”
In medicine. Interestingly, during the First World War, lavender oil was widely used in hospitals to disinfect floors and walls. Today it is widely used with other herbs and aromatherapy. In folk medicine, an infusion (decoction) of lavender is used to soothe insect bites, burns, acne and headaches (by rubbing around the temples). Lavender inflorescences repel insects, and a few drops of oil on the pillow help to deal with sleep disorders, relieve anxiety, and relaxation. It is also believed to help treat various common ailments such as sunburn and stroke. As a component in massage mixtures or alcohol, it is very effective in relieving joint and muscle pain, asthma and bronchospasm. азми.
Other applications. Dry inflorescences are used for flower and plant arrangements. Placed in special sachets, they are also used to scent linen and clothing and against moths, having long displaced naphthalene in this regard.
Magic Flame Ltd. offers advance financing for agricultural producers from Bulgaria. We support the whole process from sowing to realisation of the already finished production.
Our professional expertise, accompanied by financial support, is a guarantee for our overall success!