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LAVANDER CAPSULES

250 mg/90 caps

There is probably no traditional medicine plant that is more evocative of lavender! Anxiety, stress and sleep problems are a growing problem today, and more and more research is proving the positive effect of lavender, such as that of a Kagoshima University scientist in Japan, who claims that the relaxing properties of lavender are real and effective.

The one thing that we can confirm is that the flowers of organic lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) in our product are harvested at the peak of the season when they are rich in essential oils. By careful process, they are stored in herbal capsules (hydroxypropyl methyl cellulose) and ready to share their benefits with anyone who knows how to appreciate them.

 

LAVANDER

Lavender angustifolia, or English lavender, has long been found in plant gardens. Despite its name, it does not originate in England, but primarily from the Mediterranean (Spain, France, Italy, Croatia, etc.). It is a strong aromatic shrub that grows up to 1 – 2 meters in height. The leaves are evergreen, 2-6 cm long and 4-6 mm broad. Its flowers are pinkish-purple and grow on spikes 2-8 cm long at the top of slender leafless stems 10-30 cm long. Lavender is resistant to drought and thrives in high temperatures.

The name of the species angustifolia in Latin means “narrow leaf”. It has been used as a plant for over 2500 years. Ancient Phoenicians and Egyptians used lavender for perfume and mummification. The aromatic lavender flower has natural antiseptic and astringent properties that were recognised by folk healers centuries ago. The Greek doctor Theophrastus wrote as early as 77 BC that lavender, when taken internally, reduces headache, helps with digestion and sore throat.

In World War I, lavender was used to treat wounds for lack of antiseptics. It is rich in polyphenols that have a strong anti-oxidant effect, and antioxidants are known to be effective in preventing cardiovascular disease, as confirmed by research.

The most important healing properties of lavender include relieving stress, improving mood, promoting restful sleep, reducing skin irritation, preventing infections, reducing inflammation and relieving stomach bloating. The scent of lavender does not lessen the pain, but it relieves stress and anxiety.

LAVANDER

Lavender angustifolia, or English lavender, has long been found in plant gardens. Despite its name, it does not originate in England, but primarily from the Mediterranean (Spain, France, Italy, Croatia, etc.). It is a strong aromatic shrub that grows up to 1 – 2 meters in height. The leaves are evergreen, 2-6 cm long and 4-6 mm broad. Its flowers are pinkish-purple and grow on spikes 2-8 cm long at the top of slender leafless stems 10-30 cm long. Lavender is resistant to drought and thrives in high temperatures.

The name of the species angustifolia in Latin means “narrow leaf”. It has been used as a plant for over 2500 years. Ancient Phoenicians and Egyptians used lavender for perfume and mummification. The aromatic lavender flower has natural antiseptic and astringent properties that were recognised by folk healers centuries ago. The Greek doctor Theophrastus wrote as early as 77 BC that lavender, when taken internally, reduces headache, helps with digestion and sore throat.

In World War I, lavender was used to treat wounds for lack of antiseptics. It is rich in polyphenols that have a strong anti-oxidant effect, and antioxidants are known to be effective in preventing cardiovascular disease, as confirmed by research.

The most important healing properties of lavender include relieving stress, improving mood, promoting restful sleep, reducing skin irritation, preventing infections, reducing inflammation and relieving stomach bloating. The scent of lavender does not lessen the pain, but it relieves stress and anxiety.

DID YOU KNOW

  • Angustifolia lavender is commercially grown to produce perfume oils;
  • lavender flowers and leaves are popular additions to fragrant bags and mixtures;
  • lavender is a perennial plant from the mint family;
  • lavender has anti-aging properties.

DID YOU KNOW

  • Angustifolia lavender is commercially grown to produce perfume oils;
  • lavender flowers and leaves are popular additions to fragrant bags and mixtures;
  • lavender is a perennial plant from the mint family;
  • lavender has anti-aging properties.