1 oz Lavender Tincture
People usually associate lavender with two specific traits: its fragrance and its color. But you may not know that the lavender flower and the oil derived from it have long histories in herbal medicine.
Brief history of lavender,
Its name derives from the Latin root “lavare,” which literally means “to wash.” The earliest recorded use of lavender dates back to ancient Egypt. There, lavender oil played a role in the mummification process.
During later times, lavender became a bath additive in several regions, including Persia, ancient Greece, and Rome. These cultures believed that lavender helped purify the body and mind.
Since ancient times, lavender has been used to treat many different ailments, including:
- mental health issues
- hair loss
- skin irritations
This product in tincture form, made in a 1:5 ratio (1 part herb, 5 parts oil glycerin) is used to aid in calming the mind and relieving anxiety and helps to promote sleep.
Take 2-4 droppers full mixed into water (helps dilute the strong flavor if you prefer)
or take straight orally.