nlinaloola colorless fragrant liquid found in many essential oils
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
nlinaloolA name of two chemical compounds, differing in their effect on polarized light. The dextrorotatory isomer is identical with coriandrol. The levorotatory derivative, which is also called licareol, is contained in linaloa-oil, from the white cedar of Cayenne, and in the oils of spike, lavender, thyme, sassairas-leaf, and many other plants. It is a colorless liquid, boiling at 190–195° C.
Another compound of this group, linalool, is found in lavender, bergamot and many flowers.
"Creative Chemistry" by Edwin E. Slosson
Their scents contain linalool, which helps induce calm .