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Lavender - Lavandula officinalis

Lavender - Lavandula officinalis


System: Nervous, Skin, Children.


Qualities/Actions: Lavender is a versatile dried herb that has been used for centuries for its soothing and calming properties. This fragrant herb is commonly used in aromatherapy and herbal remedies to promote relaxation and reduce stress and anxiety. Lavender is also known for its antibacterial and antifungal properties, making it a great option for homemade cleaning products and natural remedies for skin conditions. Additionally, it can be used to add a subtle floral flavor to culinary dishes, from baked goods to savory meals. Whether used in sachets, bath salts, or culinary creations, lavender is a must-have herb for anyone looking to bring a touch of tranquility into their daily routine.


A powerful nervine used often for anxiety, depression, insomnia and headache. Inhaling the scent of lavender or enjoying a cup of tea can help calm and relax the mind. It relaxes spasms in the digestive tract associated with tension and anxiety. 


Lavender is useful for disinfecting cuts, wounds, insect bites, sores all while soothing pain. It helps to encourage healthy blood flow to the area while being a powerful antibaterial ally. 


For burns, a chilled cup of lavender tea can be mixed with aloe gel and applied directly to the burn. Also great for sunburnt skin.


Lavender is great when added to a warm bath for babies/children/adults to ease tension throughout the body.


Analgesic: Pain relieving.

Antibacterial: Contain compounds that directly deter pathogenic bacteria, fungi, viruses, and protozoans.

Antidepressant: Increase neurotransmitters. These are chemicals in the brain like serotonin and noradrenaline. They can improve mood and emotion.

Antispasmodic: Used to suppress smooth muscle contraction, especially in tubular organ. The effect is to prevent spasms and cramps of the stomach, intestine and bladder.

Carminative: Expelling gas from the stomach or intestines so as to relieve flatulence or abdominal pain or distension.
Diaphoretic: Cause sweat to come out of the skin pores.

Nervine: Acts therapeutically upon the nerves, particularly in the sense of a sedative that serves to calm ruffled nerves.


Common Use: Oil Infusion, Tincture, Tea.


Safety: Lavender is generally regarded as safe.


Storage: Store in a cool, dry, dark place in an airtight container.





Disclaimer: this information is for educational purposes only and has not been evaluated by the FDA or CFIA. It is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. This product has been packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, soy, and other potential allergens.

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