Studies have shown Potential Benefits:

  • May help Reduce Age-Related Anxiety

  • May help Reduce Anxiety and Stress

  • May help Improve Mood

  • May help Soothe Digestive Issues

  • May help Induce Calm

  • May help Calm Brain Function

  • May help Reduce Inflammation

  • May help Boost Immune Health

  • May help Detoxify the Body

  • May help Alleviate Muscle Soreness

  • May help Promote Restful Sleep

  • May help Improve Sleep

Lavender Flowers

Botanical Names: Lavendula augustifolia, L. latifolia

What is it? Lavender is a shrub known for its soothing aroma and bright purple flowers.

The dried lavender buds are recorded and used in traditional remedies and teas for centuries dating back to ancient Greece and Rome. Dioscorides, a Greek naturalist, was using lavender medicinally in the first century AD. The Lavender Flowers are rich in essential oils that have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activities. 

Lavender has a long history of use as a medicine, in cosmetics, and in perfumes. Recorded history goes back as far as 2,500 years.  Lavender is a nervine herb, known as an antidepressant, and a mild nootropic agent. Lavender flowers are carminative meaning it combats gas. It contains antibacterial, antispasmodic, antiseptic, and expectorant properties.  It’s known for its calming effects, making it the perfect at the end of the day.