AILMENTS HISTORICALLY USED FOR
– Encourage a good nights sleep
– Kill germs
– Aids digestion
– Ease headaches and migraines
– Promote menstruation
Available in our Sleep and Menopause blends
HISTORY OF USE
Early literature paints lavender as a herbal healing plant, a sedative, a treatment for migraines and an antiseptic.
While it is native to the Mediterranean, and the Arabs were the very first to farm lavender and the Egyptians used it in their mummification process. Decorative urns are regularly found in crypts with residues of lavender still inside.
MYTHS & LEGENDS
Lavender isn’t just a pretty face, it also has a rich history and has always been valued to encourage healing and as a favourite perfume fragrance. Cleopatra is said to have used lavender on her skin to seduce her lovers, Julius Caesar and Mark Antony.
King Tutankhamen’s tomb had been filled with lavender and despite being centuries old when opened, it still held a slight scent.