Lavender has been as an aphrodisiac and used in aromatherapy for centuries. Plus it’s been used for treating insomnia, nervous stomach, and anxiety. The German E Commission recognizes lavender as a treatment for flatulence, colic, and depressive headaches and to treat migraines in menopause as well as insomnia, nervous stomach, and anxiety.
Lavender, English lavender, Broad-leaf Lavender, Grande Lavander and True Lavender
Lavender has aromatic, carminative and nervine properties.
Teas, tinctures, and added to baked goods and cosmetics.
Topical Uses / Applications:
Baked goods such as cookies, and cakes.
Essential oil containing borneol, camphor, geraniol, and linalool, also coumarins, caryophyllene, tannins, and other antioxidant compounds.
GRAS: Generally Recognized As Safe. This herb can safely be consumed when used appropriately. It is advised to avoid taking excessive doses of lavender during the early stages of pregnancy.
These statements have not been evaluated by the food and drug administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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