Discovery of Lavender
History does show that lavender has been cultivated and grown wild in the Mediterranean. Its history goes back some 2000 years. The ancient Egyptians used lavender for mummification and perfume. Romans used lavender for cooking, bathing, scenting the air, ward off infection, heal wounds, as an antiseptic, healing qualities fight insomnia, back aches and as a repellent. They used it also like a magical plant for its antiseptic and antibiotic properties that can kill bacteria, alleviate the effects of bee stings, migraines, heal burns and ward off moths in clothing closets. Moreover, Romans used to rub the foot and head of their beds with lavender to stop bugs from reaching their bed.
- Anxiety, stress, depression, agitation and migraines
- Excellent to fight against insomnia
- Help to maintain a quiet sleep
- Diminishes cramps, aches and muscular spasms.
- Helps cure skin problems such as acne, eczema, psoriasis, wounds, cuts, bums and itching.
- Helps at healing wounds and relaxes muscle pain.
- Repels mites, ants, spiders, aphids, ticks, bedbugs and other harmful insects.
Note: This information cannot be used for medicinal diagnosis. For more information, please consult your doctor.