Decorate with lavender plants and lavender flowers. Sip lavender tea while inhaling the aroma of lavender candles. And don't forget to send lavender gift baskets to someone special, so that they'll enjoy the benefits too!
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The color lavender is a soft purple. This color expresses purity, tranquility and devotion. Lavender colored flowers specifically convey the message of love and calmness.
The Romans used lavender in cosmetics and as perfume. Lavender was also used as a healing herb, both internally and topically. Today, lavender is used for a wide array of purposes ranging from baking & skincare to aromatherapy. Lavender can also be used in drinks, such as tea. Lavender is used in many soaps, creams and deodorants due to its lovely scent. It is also used often in aromatherapy for its many health benefits. Lavender is known to ease tension, insomnia and restlessness. It is one of the few essential oils that can be used undiluted on the skin to treat wounds, burns and scars.
Lavender is easy to grow and thrives in sunny and hot locations. There are many health benefits that result from using lavender from getting rid of colds to soothing aching muscles!
Essential lavender oil induces sleep, which has become a common help for those with insomnia. The calming scent of lavender helps treat migraines, depression, nervous tension and overall stress. Lavender oil is also a remedy for tense muscle, muscle aches, backaches and sprains. Lavender essential oils can be added to vaporizers as well as inhalers to help treat coughs and common colds. Lavender oil can also be applied to the skin in order to help with laryngitis, tonsillitis, asthma and bronchitis. Lavender oil can loosen the phlegm, thus relieving the congestion that occurs with respiratory conditions.
There are 39 types of lavender that exist in various parts of the world. All these lavenders belong to the genus of lavandula and the plant family of labiatae. This family also includes garden herbs like thyme, mint, safe and basil. English lavender is the most widely grown in North America because it can withstand the winter. English lavender originated in the Mediterranean and is the one most commonly used types for baking. This type also has a sweeter fragrance, and who wouldn't want the most beautiful smelling lavender in their home!