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  • The Benefits of Lavender

    Years before our medical system was as knowledgeable as it is today, many used natural remedies to help solve many of the common problems. One of the herbs that was used by many, and still is today, is lavender. While you may be most familiar with the name from it’s use in wonderful smelling candles or oils, it also has health benefits that you may not be aware of. Lavender oil is extracted from the flowers of the lavender plants. Here are some of the benefits that come from this essential oil.


    Lavender has been used over the years as a natural remedy for helping to treat insomnia. Some have used the oil directly on their skin or even placed on their pillows to help aid in sleep. It has been shown to have a relaxing impact and can be a great alternative to try for those who do not want to take medicine for their sleep issues.

    Pain Relief

    Lavender oil has been shown to help provide relief for those who suffer from pain or tense muscle. As athletes know, muscle pain can often cause frustration when trying to preform at your best. Using lavender oil while massage sore muscles can help provide relief in not only the muscle itself but your joints.

    Hair Care

    Aside from the benefits that lavender has on helping to aid in hair growth, it can also be effective on lice, eggs, and nits. If you or someone in your family has every struggled with this, you’ll know just how frustrating they can be. It has also been shown to help in the treatment of hair loss. Another natural remedy for those who are looking for a natural approach.


    Lavender can help with bloating? Sure can! Bloating and poor digestion result when there is too much bad bacteria in your stomach. The antioxidants in lavender can help to reduce this bacterium and help your body to digest. This directly helps to aid in bloat and discomfort.

    Skin Care

    Lavender is also a natural remedy to help fight those pesky mosquito bites. It helps to reduce itching and swelling that often comes after a mosquito bite. Instead of reaching for the calamine lotion, try a few drops of lavender oil and wait for 10-15 minutes.

    Lavender not only smells wonderful, but can have many benefits to your body! As a natural remedy it can be a great item to keep your medicine cabinet.
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      saadhm -
      Who'd have thought? Interesting bit of info
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