Following are some uses of Lavender and Lavender Products available soon.
The word "lavender" comes from the latin root "lavare" which means "to wash." The herb is native to Africa and the northern mountainous regions of the Mediterraneum. Lavender is highly regarded for purifying the skin and body fragrances.
Lavender oil has anti fungal, antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties which are helpful for treating insect bites and minor skin irritations and burns.
Research shows that lavender is good for treating depression, anxiety and insomnia with a calming effect on the nerves. Some studies show that lavender helps digestive issues like nausea, vomiting, intestinal gas and upset stomach.
Lavender is known to help with headaches, toothaches and sores. Lavender helps prevent hair loss and repels insects.
You can make a refreshing iced tea or hot tea from lavender with 4 cups boiling water, 1 tablespoon dried lavender flowers, 1/4 cup loosely packed mint sprigs, honey and lavender sprigs to garnish. Steep for 5 minutes.
Plant properties of lavender are antifungal, analgesic, antumural, anticonvulsant, vasilodating, anti-inflammatory, vermifuge.
Make a sachet of lavender to carry in your garder belt to help calm you during your wedding. Use a tiny blue ribbon to tie the sachet. Use fragrant lavendar buds in place of rice to toss at your wedding. Bundle dried lavender with ribbons at the end of each aisle.
Place a few springs of lavender in a mesh laundry bag to freshen your laundry or place a few drops of lavender essential oil in your dryer to help freshen your clothes and linens.