Linalool is a naturally occurring terpene alcohol chemical. It is found in a lot of spice and flower plants. Linalool is found in more than 200 species of plants, and it is even found in some fungi. Linalool has many commercial application due to it's pleasant scent. Linalool is used for scent in perfumed hygiene products, soaps, shampoos, and lotions. The (S) - enantiomer is known as Licareol and it is used as a major constituent of essential oils. The (R) - enantiomer is known as Coriandrol and it is present in lavender. Linalool is also used by pest professionals and it is used as a chemical intermediate in Vitamin E. Each enantiomer in Linalool envokes a different neural response in humans, therefore possessing distinct scents. The (S) - enantiomer is sweet and floral and the (R) - enantiomer is more woody and lavender like.