Lavender is known for its calming effects whereas a study reveals that the scent of linalool, a natural alcohol found in lavender, relieves anxiety and depression. Having the same effect as plant, Lavender Flower Tea offers a delicate flavor and aromatic fragrance that boasts extensive health benefits, reduces signs of stress and lifts your spirits. Beside its sedative effects, lavender has also antiseptic, analgesic and antifungal properties.
Lavender can help treat headaches and migraines. Relaxing effects of Lavender Flower Tea can help improve your sleep quality and may be used to treat sleep disorders, so if you are you feeling tired and overwhelmed at the end of the work week, take Lavender Flower Tea to alleviate insomnia and achieve more restful sleep.
Lavender Flower Tea can help soothe digestive issues ranging from diarrhea to nausea and stomach cramps. The anti-inflammatory properties of lavender help soothe irritated stomach muscles, thus eliminating stomach pain. These same antispasmodic effects can help relieve indigestion, gas and bloating. The calming aroma of lavender can also treat nausea by triggering chemical reactions in the brain.
Studies suggest that advantages of Lavender Flower Tea include even hair care perks: lavender stimulates hair growth and makes it grow thicker and faster than normal, it fights hair loss and gives it extra volume. Because of its antimicrobial properties, it helps prevent bacteria and fungi from growing, which means it may prevent itchy scalp or dandruff. Brew it like tea and use it lukewarm or cold and unsweetened after shampooing and conditioning as a final rinse.
Make sure to use it correctly and consider any possible side effects. Some groups of people appear to be at higher risk of certain conditions, so they should not use Lavender Flower Tea at all or they should take it under strict healthcare provider supervision. These include pregnant women, people with photosensitive skin (an extreme sensitivity to ultraviolet rays from the sun and other light sources), people with low blood cholesterol as well as those who use blood-thinning drugs.
However, in some special circumstances, Lavender Flower Tea is particularly dangerous to certain group of people: people using central nervous system medications (such as antianxiety/sedative drugs, antidepressants, etc.) should be particularly cautious of lavender and herbs with sedative properties.
If you experience any type of allergic reaction, stop using the product and seek immediate emergency help.
How to prepare Lavender Flower Tea:
Boil 2, 5 dcl of water and add 1 teaspoon of lavender buds into a tea ball or sachet. Carefully pour the hot water into teacup and leave the flower buds in the teapot for 10 minutes to steep. Remove the tea ball or sachet and add a dash of our organic honey to turn this simple tea into Lavender Honey Tea. Enjoy its floral taste once a day.