The origin of lavender is believed to be from the Mediterranean, Middle East and India and is an aromatic member of the mint family. Lavender derives its name from the Latin ‘lavare’ meaning ‘to wash”.
The Romans used lavender to scent their baths, beds, clothes and even hair. Lavender was also recognized for its antiseptic and healing qualities. The Ancient Greeks used lavender to fight insomnia and back aches, and today it is most recognized for its calming abilities and can be especially helpful for combatting stress and depression.
✨ We take our sleep and mental health seriously, so lavender is our go-to ingredient in many of our favorite teas! Lavender adds a sweet floral aroma and provides a subtly herbaceous flavor to tea blends. AND.... it's periwinkle purple color is pretty, to say the least! ✨
- Use Lavender Essential Oil before bed and massage into bottoms of feet and hands to promote restful night’s sleep. Smooth hands over pillowcase before going to bed to enjoy its relaxing aroma.
- Create an in-home spa experience by combining 5 drops of Lavender Essential Oil with epsom salt, then add to a warm bath and breathe in the soothing steam.
- Diffuse Lavender Essential Oil in an essential oil diffuser at night while sleeping, or to ease stress and anxiety.
CALMING BLENDS WITH LAVENDER:
black tea, lavender flowers, orange peels, blue cornflowers, and natural flavors
white tea, blueberries, lemongrass, dried lavender flowers, and natural flavors
dried lavender buds, rose petals, chamomile, peppermint, and vanilla rooibos
valerian root, honeybush tea, chamomile flowers, spearmint leaves, passion flower inclusion, lemon balm, lavender flowers, dried cherries, and blue cornflowers
- When applied to the skin, lavender essential oils have shown positive results in helping with eczema, acne, sunburns, and diaper rash.
- Lavender Essential Oil can be used to treat headaches and nervousness or restlessness. In Germany, lavender tea has been approved as a supplement to treat sleep disruptions, restlessness, and stomach irritation.
- One study found lavender to be an effective remedy for postoperative pain. It can function as a pain reliever because the oil contains linalyl acetate and linalool, which are anti-inflammatory components.
- Drinking lavender tea twice per day, can soothe menstrual symptoms, hot flashes and sleep problems.