What is Lavender?
Lavender is an evergreen perennial shrub plant. Its purple flowers, which open in late spring, last until the beginning of autumn. Although it is a native species of the Mediterranean, it is also cultivated in Europe and Western America. The use of lavender dates back thousands of years. The first written record of mummification was found in Egypt. Lavender, which is also widely used in Greek and Roman culture, has been especially included in baths, dishes, perfumes, wound healing and insect repellent mixtures. The use that gives lavender its name, derived from the Latin word “”lavaren”” (to wash), is in the form of the Romans’ post-bath perfume. It can be brewed like other herbs and used as tea, essential oil, tincture. Lavender, which is one of the indispensables of French cuisine, is used in sauces, bread, dessert and meat preparation with its sweet and floral aroma.
It is an effective remedy for stress-related headaches.
It increases appetite and facilitates digestion.
gas in the stomach and intestines is removed.
It is soothing in case of extreme nervousness related to depression.
It relieves insomnia.
How to use?
A teaspoon of dried lavender is added to a glass of boiled water. The brewing time of lavender tea is about 10 minutes. The brewed tea can be filtered and drunk without adding anything. If it tastes bitter, you can add honey or lemon and add a difference to its aroma.
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