Lavender (Lavandula Angustifolia)
Lavender (Lavandula Angustifolia)

Lavender (Lavandula Angustifolia)

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Lavender (Lavandula Angustifolia) contains several very interesting terpenes and terpenoids in its essential oils (such as cineol or borneol) and terpenoids such as camphor.

These terpenes and terpenoids present in its essential oils are very relaxing and have a pleasant smell. This plant is widely used in aromatherapy and other natural therapies.

Uses

Taken orally, it is a mild sedative, helping with sleep problems, stress, anxiety and depression.

Topical application of its oil is indicated to treat headaches, to help sleep and even to scare away mosquitoes.

Recent studies indicate that cineol, borneol and camphor are activators of the TRPM8 skin receptors.

Its use in pads and baths improves circulation.

Dry flowers are also used in closets and drawers to keep moths away.

Preparations

Lavender tea

Its preparation is very simple, you have to submerge a small handful of flowers in boiling water and let it rest for 10 minutes. Then you have to strain it and it will be ready to drink.

Lavender Tincture

You will need a bottle of about 350 ml. (12 US lq. oz.) with a lid, fill it with the lavender flowers leaving a little less than half empty, Then pour a few inches of distilled water and shake to hydrate the mixture.

Let it stand for a few hours and fill the rest of the bottle with some high alcoholic liquor, such as vodka, cover it and shake it. You should keep the mixture in a cool, dark place. If possible, shake the bottle every day.

This preparation will be ready after 30 days of maceration.

Warning

Lavender is totally contraindicated for people suffering from gastritis, colitis or irritable bowel syndrome. In particular, its consumption by mouth is not recommended for people with epilepsy, pregnant women and nursing mothers, as some components of lavender can be toxic for babies.

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