Lavender is a plant with woody stems, long narrow leaves, and small purple-blue flowers. Lavender is known for the aroma it gives off. Lavender grows in stony areas and on dry and clay soils, in gardens and pots, it needs a lot of light and direct sun, in winter the Lavender retains heat and supports cold well.
In addition to relieving tension and promoting calm, lavender is used for various purposes, with excellent results: it is healing, it relieves pain from the body and the soul. Lavender facilitates deep sleep, reduces anxiety, dispels migraines and emotional exhaustion. Improves circulation, helps heal respiratory problems and regulates the heart rate. Increase cognitive ability. Lavender helps restore hormonal balance. It reduces the risk of urinary infections, improves digestion and strengthens the immune system.
It can be used to improve skin conditions and wounds: it disinfects the skin and scalp. It repels insects and can be used to treat inflammation caused by their bites. Improves healing and helps treat conditions like acne and psoriasis. Helps fight dandruff and prevent hair loss. With lavender you should also have certain types of precautions, pregnant women and mothers who are breastfeeding should avoid lavender oil, as well as people with diabetes. Lavender can also cause allergies in people with sensitive skin, but it is not usual to find people with this type of allergies.