Lift your mood with Lavendula
If you’re looking for a gentile lifting of your mood and relief from frustration, irritability, stress or anxiety, lavender might just be the solution.
Lavender is a gentle sedative and can help with anxiety, stress and insomnia. It is often used in formulas for depression as it has more immediate effects as compared to many of the slower-acting tonic antidepressants and adaptogens.
Lavender is a traditional remedy for headaches; both internally as a tea and externally as an essential oil, rubbed into the temples.
Lavender is specifically helpful for headache, muscle spasms, convulsions, stammering and symptoms due to nervousness.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Are there any pesticides or fertilizers in this product?
A: We source from the best companies that adhere to the highest quality of standards. This product contains NO: GMO, gluten, heavy metals, preservatives, artificial colors, pesticides, or fertilizers.
Q: Is this product GMO free?
A: Yes! This product is GMO free. We source from the best companies that adhere to the highest quality of standards. This product contains NO: GMO, gluten, heavy metals, preservatives, artificial colors, pesticides, or fertilizers.
Q: Is lavender good for anxiety?
A: Yes! Lavender tea, flowers, or botanical tinctures taken internally are wonderful for anxiety. Lavender essential oils applied topically to the skin or put in a diffuser are also great for reducing anxiety.
Q: Will lavender make me feel hungover in the morning?
A: No, even though lavender can be a sedative, it is more balancing, and can in fact be used to counteract hang-over feelings.
Q: Is lavender safe in pregnancy?
A: Always talk with your doctor before taking any supplement, vitamin, herb or medication if you are pregnant or nursing.
Q: Is lavender habit forming?
A: Any supplement, vitamin, herb or medication that you take on a regular basis could theoretically be habit forming because your body is always trying to achieve homeostasis. That being said, research appears to show that lavender flowers are minimally if at all habit forming.
Q: Will lavender negatively affect my concentration?
A: No, lavender, is actually used by many to help to improve concentration.
Q: Is lavender safe in nursing mothers?
A: Yes and lavender is also categorized as a galactagogue, which is a type of plant that helps to promote lactation in nursing mothers.