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Did you know? Lavender is a flower but also a herb! Many people use it as a form of herb in teas and in products such as lotions. These plants bloom through August, ranging from pink to blue and white. There are over 30 species of lavender and they are a common decoration for livening up spaces with their bright colours.
One of the most popular scents that is well accepted by people of any gender, lavender has many powerful benefits that validates its recognition. It is commonly known for its ability to relieve stress and anxiety as well as to relax the mind. As a result, lavender essential oil is used in aromatherapy and for curbing insomnia. With the correct usage, it can be used to help cope with pain and relieve headache.
Apart from its ability to soothe the mind, lavender has great antiseptic and antioxidant properties as well. Applying lavender on skin for wounds and help to prevent bacteria growth.
Unlike many essential oils that are too concentrated for your skin, Lavender is safe for direct contact and can be applied on the skin.
Here are some suggested uses of the lavender plant and its essential oil:
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