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 is used as a treatment for sores and burns, bruises bites, aches and pains. Lavender comforts the stomach and it has aromatic, carminative and nerviness properties. Lavender relieves pain. It provokes appetite and lifts spirits.

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