Dried Lavender Flowers (Lavendula angustifolia), which is human food grade. 

 

This product can be used easily for teas, and also in soap making, pot pourri, craft and many other ways.

 

Lavender is by far one of my favorite herbs. Not only is it beautiful, but it has hundreds of uses. It is a fragrant aromatic, a relaxing herb, and it can be used in baking, lotion making, gourmet cooking, tea making, tinctures and much more.

 

BENEFITS OF LAVENDER

 

Lavender has been thought for centuries to enflame passions as an aphrodisiac, and is still one of the most recognized scents in the world. The German Commission E commended lavender for treating insomnia, nervous stomach, and anxiety. The British Herbal Pharmacopoeia lists lavender as a treatment for flatulence, colic, and depressive headaches, and many modern herbal practitioners use the herb to treat migraines in menopause. In Spain, lavender is added to teas to treat diabetes and insulin resistance.”

Lavender has the following properties:

  • Antidepressant
  • Analgesic
  • Antiseptic
  • Cicatrizant
  • Expectorant
  • Nervine
  • Vulnerary

Especially beneficial to the respiratory tract in particular coughs, colds, influenza. Certainly eases breathing when lungs and sinuses are choked with phlegm.
Defends system against airborne viruses.

A refreshing note to a tired mind – lavender has been named as one of the most useful of the essences for the relief of anxiety and stress.
Good for aches and pains and muscle stiffness and may also help with rheumatic discomfort and joint stiffness.”

USES FOR LAVENDER

Lavender can often be used in many different forms:

  • As a dried herb to make a relaxing herbal tea (Chamomile can be added too) by steeping in hot (not boiling water) for a few minutes and adding honey
  • In a tincture to help promote relaxation and sleep
  • Adding the dried herb to homemade buckwheat pillows or sleep masks to help promote relaxing sleep
  • To sooth sunburns or other burns, I add a few drops of theessential oil to a bottle of cool water and spray on burns to offer relief. The dried herb can also be brewed in to a strong tea and sprayed on instead.
  • A strong lavender tea can be cooled and used as a scalp rinse to help prevent dandruff
  • Adding a few drops of lavender essential oil or a cup of strong brewed lavender tea and a cup of epsom salts to a bath helps relax sore muscles.
  • Sew dried lavender flowers into small satchels and use them in place of dryer sheets in the dryer
  • For headaches, smelling lavender and peppermint oils or rubbinglavender oil  into the temples often helps
  • Lavender can be infused into vinegars for use in cooking or as a skin toner (diluted)
  • The essential oil or lavender infused oil in homemade lotion bars,lotionswhipped body butter and more
  • Lavender essential oil can be used topically to help with acne or skin irritations
  • Simmering dried lavender herb in a pot of water with some citrus peels for a natural air freshener



​****All advice is general and we fully recommend you seek professional health advice before preparing and dosing any herbal remedies.****

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