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Lavender is a well known medicinal herb and spice, producing a distinctive smell and flavor. Lavender is very proficient at improving mood and reducing anxiety, and is effective at settling the stomach, as a circulatory tonic, and as a general purpose sedative nervine.
borneol, camphor, geraniol, and linalool, coumarins, caryophyllene
Sprinkle lightly in tea, burn as incense, smoke as an herbal sedative, or made into a potent tincture. 1/2-1 teaspoon per serving.
Lavender is an extremely well known herb, burned as a ceremonial incense to lift spirits and consumed in tea to relax the mind, body, and spirit. Lavender is very aromatic and has been used in perfumes, its oil which generates the pleasant smell also responsible for its antibacterial and antiparasitical actions, of which it has been used in washes and for sterility.
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