Lavender - Lavendula angustifolia

Lavender - Lavendula angustifolia

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A member of the Mint family, Lavender has small aromatic buds that have a myriad of uses both internal and external.


  • Nausea/Indigestion
  • Colic/Vomiting
  • Nervousness/Anxiety, with digestive upset
  • Headache (external)
  • Pulls/Sprains/Contusions (external)
  • Burns (external)


  • Essential Oil: topical use as needed
  • Ointment: as needed
  • Spirit (tincture): 10-20 drops 2-3 times a day


Lavender filled pillows, or eye-packs are known for their relaxing and soothing properties. Lavender water can be used in baking to add a delightful hint of flavor. Lavender can also be added to teas.



The internal use of the essential oil/spirit is not recommended during pregnancy due to that fraction's possibility of stimulating the menses

Information from "Herbal Medicine - Trends and Traditions" by Charles W. Kane