[HERB] Lavender

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Scientific name: Lavandula Angustifolia

Lavender is a fragrant plant of the lipid family. Grows in nature in our country only in the south of the country, in the Negev and in the Arava. Common in Europe and the Mediterranean. Lavender blooms at the end of winter, spring and summer. The blooming of lavender is a focus for bees and butterflies. Growing lavender next to garden vegetables will protect them from diseases. The part used is the flowers, but the rest of the plant's upper parts can also be used. Dry lavender in bunches hanging upside down in a ventilated place. Preservation in a dark place - preferably a refrigerator.

Lavender is a strong essential oil and, thanks to it, is an important component of the cosmetics industry. It is also found in public gardens, often thanks to its strong smell that flees, ticks and other harmful insects.

Culinary uses:
Lavender is used in the kitchen as an addition to desserts, ice creams, cookies and more thanks to its pleasant smell and delicate taste.
It can also be added to meatballs and various sauces.

Additional uses:

Lavender is recommended and helps a number of effects both in internal use by infusion and in external use in various forms (details below)
The Lavender system is a relaxing, antidepressant, feeling good, affects good sleep. The best way to treat the nervous system is
to put a pot of water and lavender in a pot and during a slow boil, let the lavender bloom spread throughout the home, resulting in a calm and harmonious family.

Skin Problems - Lavender is a plant that treats skin problems for the treatment of burns, abrasions, insect bites, inflammatory pimples, and treatment of wounds without scar removal.
Recipe for making lavender paste for wounds and burns:
ingredients - 6cc lavender oil, 170cc almond oil, 50 grams natural beeswax.
Preparation: Heat the beeswax on a small flame until it becomes liquid, add the sesame oil, the lavender oil, mix the liquid to create uniformity, pour quickly into a jar, place the cap up without closing and waiting until it becomes solid. If the solid transforms hermetically seal the cork.
Gastrointestinal tract - Gargling or drinking lavender decides will be caused by disinfection and treatment of infectious diseases, to prevent bad breath, to treat abdominal pain, constriction and gas.

How to use:
Internal use - add lavender to different foods or prepare lavender infusion by soaking the flowers in hot water and filtering them Add dry lavender flowers to olive oil for a few weeks and use Lavender for a variety of dishes
External use - compresses Lavender, Lavender paste, local massage with flowers or oil , Lavender hair washing, lavender bath, lavender with inhalation.
Labels and Warnings:
Pregnant women must not.

 

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