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Name: Lavender Tea Caffeine free herbal tea loose leaf
Grade : good.
About Lavender Tea
lavender has an agreeable floral flavor. It can be mixed with other teas to add a distinctive aroma and taste. It also has many other uses.
Herbalists recommend lavender to treat migraines, ease digestive spasms, and for certain respiratory problems. Lavender is also used for soothing the nervous system. Lavender is also used as a local anesthetic. It is applied as a compress directly on a cut, bruise or sprain. To make a lavender decoction boil 3 tablespoons of flowers in 1 liter(or quart) for 10 minutes. For bee stings, a teaspoon of petals in a sachet soaked in very hot water and then applied to the sting can help ease the pain and swelling.
Lavender is often used to make a bath a pure aromatic delight. The practice of using it in bathes dates to ancient Rome where lavender was so prized that few of the aristocracy considered bathing without it. Proof of this can be found in the root of lavenders names: In Latin, lavare means ‘to wash’. To make a nice vinegar-bases cleansing lotion to sweeten up bathwater and use as a hair rinse after shampooing, soak 1/2 cup of lavender in 1 quart of cider vinegar and allow to ‘brew’ for 1 week.
Lavender has been used as a natural pesticide. Rubbing the wood of cabinets and cupboards with the essential oil keeps mites and flies away. The dried flowers are also placed in a cloth sachet and hung in wardrobes and linen closets to keep insects and mites at bay.
Lavender is very light, Caffeine free. Floral flavor, strong pleasant aroma and many herbal uses.