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Learn how to restore and sustain a healthy balanced lifestyle all year round using natural Lavender!

You may want to consider Lavender for its calming & relaxing qualities if you ...

Have trouble sleeping – Prized for its calming and stress reducing qualities, lavender makes restless nights a thing of the past.

Want to sooth tired muscles – Lavender has pain-relieving properties! It can help alleviate pain due to rheumatism, arthritis, muscular aches and pain, cramps, toothaches, earaches, period pain and indigestion.

Want to establish a calming bedtime routine for your baby or child – Lavender’s balancing and harmonizing nature will help children relax. Add lavender to the bath water or use lavender massage oil.

You may want to consider Lavender for its healing properties if you ...

Are looking for a natural cure for minor 'boo-boos' – Make lavender essential oil a part of your First Aid Kit. The antibacterial properties help heal minor cuts, burns, bites, stings and painful splits on fingers.

Suffer from eczema – Lavender is celebrated for its antibacterial, antimicrobial and analgesic properties. It offers a natural solution to help alleviate skin irritation due to eczema, skin rashes or bedsores.

Suffer from migraines – Consider this natural solution for all stress related symptoms.

Want to calm and 'restore' your skin after a sunburn – Lavender has wound-healing properties which encourage tissue and cell regeneration.

You may want to consider Lavender for its culinary uses if you ...

Want to WOW your guests – Add a few buds to a glass of champagne for an unforgettable flavour!

Want to add a certain 'je ne sais quoi' to all your favourite recipes – Lavender blends well with recipes containing lemons, almonds, blueberries, apples, peaches and nectarines; as well as with bread, honey and mustard. A Mediterranean herb, Lavender is used in sweet dessert dishes as well as savoury recipes.

Want to add 'zing' to your BBQ – Throw lavender onto the grill to give meat such as pork or chicken a wonderful flavour.

Need a quick & easy 'punch' to all your baking masterpieces – Think cookies, ice cream, cakes, jams and jellies.

You may want to consider Lavender for its garden charm if you ...

Want to add aroma to your garden – Often a favourite 'touchy-feely' plant of many gardeners. The essential oils repel mosquitoes and other garden pests. Deer will not eat them nor will the bunnies!

Have a very sunny and dry garden – Lavender loves the sun, is low maintenance, likes well-drained soil and likes space to 'breathe'.

Want to attract butterflies and other 'friendly' insects to your garden – Butterflies love tubular flowers of the lavender as well as its colour. It is a source of nectar for bees, butterflies and hummingbirds.

Want to design a child-friendly garden – Children love lavender for its aroma and for the fact that it attracts butterflies, honey bees and bumble bees. It is a low-maintenance plant that children can claim as 'their own' and harvest for culinary or craft purposes.

Are interested in xeriscaping - landscaping and gardening that reduces or eliminates the need for supplemental water from irrigation. Once established, lavender is drought tolerant.

You may want to consider Lavender as a travel 'destination' if you ...

Are looking for a breathtaking, awe-inspiring and unique getaway – Lavender will literally take your breath away if you are lucky to visit a lavender farm in full bloom. Organic lavender farms are sprouting across the globe welcoming visitors to their fields, stores and cafes.

Want to 'go native' during your travels – Lavender farms allow you to experience the nature, the food and the people from a local, grassroots perspective.

Want to add a harmonious and relaxing element to your travels – Indulge your senses. Lavender will make any trip that much more memorable and relaxing.

You may want to consider Lavender for your next crafting project, such as ...

Using dried buds for sachets – lavender sachets have freshened up homes for centuries and are renowned for keeping the moths at bay.

Using fresh lavender flowers – for flower arrangements, wreaths and 'lavender wands'.

Wedding decor – use lavender as 'something blue', lavender buds can be used as wedding toss, flowers can be incorporated into the decor as well as into the flower arrangements.

Art & Photography – lavender has inspired artists around the world for centuries ... try to get up close and experiment with mediums such as photography, sketching, painting, etc.

You may want to consider using Lavender if you have a pet or farm animals ...

Lavender in animal care products - calms nervous dogs, soothes 'spooked' horses and is a natural flea deterrent.

It is used as a room freshener – to naturally freshen up spaces in your home.

Lavender for cats – helps to naturally deter cat litter smell.


The information provided here is for educational purposes only, and is not intended as diagnosis, treatment or prescription for any disease. The decision to use, or not to use, any of this information is the sole responsibility of the reader. This information is not a tool for self-diagnosis or a substitute for professional care.