HERBAL INFORMATION

Lavender



This English garden herb is highly regarded for its classic fragrance in soap, and potpourris, but lavender is also an important medicinal herb.

Originally, the oil from the flower was used to protect cloths and stored linens from moths. It was, and is, used as a scent in air fresheners.

Oil distilled from the flower has applications as a stimulant, tonic, headache relief, and for relief of intestinal gas. It is also used to quiet coughs and disinfect wounds.

Applied as a compress, lavender oil provides relief from neuralgic pains, rheumatism, sprains, and sore joints.

Herbs
Herbs

Alfalfa
Aloe Vera
Arnica
Barley Grass
Bee Pollen
Bilberry
Cat's Claw (Una de Gato)
Coenzyme Q-10
DHEA
Dong Quai
Echinacea
Elderberry
Feverfew
Garlic
Ginkgo Biloba
Ginseng
Golden Seal
Gotu Kola
Hawthorn
Kava Kava
Lavender
Licorice
Milk Thistle
Plantago Major
Pycnogenol
Saw Palmetto
St. John's Wort
Yohimbe Bark
Yucca root