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The natural world has some pretty powerful plants to offer up for our aches, pains, stresses, and illnesses. One of the most versatile of these is the plant most commonly known as lavender. Lavender or Lavandula is a flowering plant from the mint family with powerful properties known to boost relaxation and soothe tense muscles. Lavender can be found in many forms including essential oil and herbal tea providing multiple ways to take advantage of this amazing healing plant.
What are Lavender’s uses?
Lavender has long been used for its ability to help with relaxation and the release of tension. If you suffer from tension headaches, aches from conditions like fibromyalgia, or have trouble sleeping lavender oils provide relief. By diffusing the oil or rubbing it directly into joints you can enjoy its relaxing benefits. The aroma of lavender on its own is an essential aspect of the powerful capabilities lavender provides to help you rest well and relax.
Lavender is also a great bug repellent know to keep bugs from biting or to soothe itchy bites you may already have. It not only keeps insects like mosquitoes away but is can be used to treat and get rid of lice and nits when used in your hair. If you suffer from skin conditions like acne, lavender can be added to your skincare routine to help treat pesky pimples when they pop up.
Finally, lavender can be beneficial in the treatment of respiratory illness such as colds or bronchitis. Diffusing lavender in the air or applying to the chest and neck can loosen up chest congestion and relieve coughs.
Don’t be afraid to try it yourself!
If you aren’t already using products that contain lavender and you suffer from stress, insomnia, acne, or muscle aches you may find the use of this powerhouse plant can give you some much need relief.