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Lavender is a delightfully aromatic nervine that can be taken internally as tea, tincture, or glycerite. It is also used externally for its relaxing effect—simply smelling the volatile oils of this plant has a calming effect and it can be infused in oil and added to creams and salves. Multiple clinical trials have shown that lavender aromatherapy decreases anxiety and perception of pain.

Lavender has a very strong, bitter-floral taste that can be overwhelming to the palate, but it makes a wonderful addition to tea blends or combination formulas.

Serving size: 1 mL                                Servings per Container: 30
Lavendula spp. (Flower bud)                                 ……………200mg

Other Ingredients: 95% Grain Alcohol, Distilled Water

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Lavender – Lavandula spp. (Flower Bud)

Actions: Analgesic, antibacterial, antidepressant, antispasmodic, carminative, circulatory stimulant, diaphoretic, nervine

Energetics: Cooling & drying

Use: Lavender’s primary effect comes from its ability to relax muscle tension and enhance circulation; in combination, these effects can work wonders on stiff muscles and tension headaches.

Lavender also makes an excellent digestive aid, as the volatile oils give it a carminative action that helps to ease gastrointestinal bloating, flatulence, and cramping. It is also a digestive bitter that promotes the secretion of digestive enzymes and helps rebalance overall digestive function.

Safety: Lavender is generally regarded as safe.

Dose: Infus: 3-6 g dried flower bud/day divided into 1-3 doses; Tincture: 2-4 mL for 3x/day

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