LAVENDER (Lavandula anguvstifolia)
Botanical Family: Lamiaceae
Plant Origin: Utah, Idaho, France
- Gentle enough to use on babies and children’s skin.
- Helps combat allergies. Just drop under your tongue. You can also take it in a capsule, swab it in your nostril and swipe it inside your cheeks to stop sneezing, itching, hives, and watery eyes.
- Athlete’s Foot/Ringworm
- Restless Leg Syndrome
- Helps with earaches. Rub around the outside of your ear. It helps to drain and relieve ear congestion and pain.
- Cold Sores (Herpes Simplex Type 1)
- Sprain/Muscle inflammation
- Helps with high blood pressure (Hypertension). Balances your body. It will only raise or lower as needed.
- Aids in healing cuts, bruises, blisters, boils, and scars.
- Hair Loss
- You can use it topically on your skin. It is effective for acne, eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis, diaper rash, scarring and other skin disorders.
- Attention Deficit ADD & ADHD
- Helps with bug, insect, spider bites, bee stings and many more bites.
- Emotional trauma
- Respiratory infections
- Menstrual problems/PMS
- Nervous Tension
Best substitute for these:
- Neosporin/Bacitracin Aleve/Motrin
- Advil Sinus
- Tylenol PM
- Zyrtec/Clartin D
- Calamine Lotion
- plus many more.
- Reduces blood fat/cholesterol
- Combats Excess Sebum on skin
- Balancing – both physically and emotionally.
- Lavender has been documented to improve concentration and mental acuity.
- University of Miami researchers found that inhalation of lavender oil increased beta waves in the brain, suggesting heightened relaxation.
- It also reduced depression and improved cognitive performance.
- A 2001 Osaka Kyoiku University study found that lavender reduced mental stress and increased alertness.