Lavender
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Scientific Name: Lavandula
It is very beautiful as a plant, and it is a great add to your herbs. It has a scent that is a wonderful blend of fresh, floral, clean, and calm.
– Max. Height: 60 cm
– Max. Width: 75 cm

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Sunlight: Full sun
Water: Moderate, Low
Soil: Clay, Loam
Growth Rate: Fast
Flowering Period: Spring, Summer
Flower Color: White, Purple, Lavender, Blue Violet
Flower Scent: Fragrant
Fruit Color: Sandy Brown
Fruit Scent: Fragrant
Foliage Scent: Fragrant
Country of Origin: Western Europe, Mediterranean
Habit: Perennial
Gardening Tips: Immediately after flowering, prune English lavender back to within 2cm of the previous year’s growth to maintain a compact, well-shaped plant.

Health Benefits:
It is a fragrant aromatic, and a relaxing herb. It’s a very effective bug repellent. Lavender is used for treating insomnia. Lavender has a calming scent which makes it an excellent tonic for the nerves and anxiety issues. It can also be helpful in treating migraines, headaches, depression, nervous tension and emotional stress. The refreshing aroma removes nervous exhaustion and restlessness while also increasing mental activity. According to dermatologists and aromatherapists, lavender is one of the most beneficial herbs in the treatment of acne. Lavender is known as an excellent remedy for various types of pains including those caused by sore and tense muscles, muscular aches, rheumatism, sprains, backache, and lumbago. Lavender is good for urinary disorders because of its stimulating effect on urine production. Furthermore, it helps in restoring hormonal balance and reducing cystitis or inflammation of the urinary bladder. It also reduces associated cramps with these and other disorders. Lavender is widely used for various respiratory problems including throat infections, flu, cough, cold, asthma, sinus congestion, bronchitis, whooping cough, laryngitis, and tonsillitis. It is also added to many vaporizers and inhalers that are commonly used for colds and coughs. The stimulating nature of lavender can also loosen up the phlegm and relieve the congestion associated with respiratory conditions, speeding up the recovery process and helping the body naturally eliminate phlegm and other unwanted material. The vapor of lavender also has antibacterial qualities which can battle respiratory tract infections. Lavender is useful for hair care because it has been shown to be very effective on lice, lice eggs, and nits. Furthermore, lavender essential oil has also been shown to be very helpful in the treatment of hair loss, particularly for patients who suffer from alopecia, an autoimmune disease where the body rejects its own hair follicles. A Scottish study reported that more than 40% of alopecia patients in the study reported an increase in hair growth when they regularly rubbed lavender into their scalp. lavender is sometimes recommended as a preventative measure for male pattern baldness. It also prevents the occurrence of breast cancer. It is also good for improving the circulation of blood in the body. Lavender is useful for digestion because it increases the mobility of food within the intestine. also stimulates the production of gastric juices and bile, thus aiding in the treatment of indigestion, stomach pain, colic, flatulence, vomiting, and diarrhea. lavender has antibacterial and antiviral qualities that make it perfect for defending the body against rare diseases like TB, typhoid, and diphtheria. It is used to treat various skin disorders such as acne, wrinkles, psoriasis, and other inflammatory conditions. It is commonly used to speed up the healing process of wounds, cuts, burns, and sunburns because it improves the formation of scar tissues. Lavender oil is also added to chamomile to treat eczema.

Additional information

Pot Size

12 cm

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