This exquisite Lavender tea offers a unique and calming experience with every sip. The gentle floral notes of lavender create a harmonious balance, making it the perfect choice for relaxation and unwinding after a long day.
One of the most famous benefits is to promote better sleep. Many people worldwide use Lavender tea for sleep. Additionally, it is believed to reduce stress and anxiety and aid in digestion.
Benefits of Lavender Tea
Treatment of Skin Conditions:
Lavender is a rich source of linalyl acetate and linalool that fights well against inflammation. Lavender is used for fighting skin conditions and disorders such as rashes, itching, psoriasis, dermatitis, and eczema. The application of lavender oil on the wounds also speeds up the wound-healing process by promoting collagen production, and growth, and boosting the tissue remodeling of the skin.
Treatment of Burns and Acne:
Lavender oil is gentle on the skin as compared to other skincare products and gently helps to treat acne and burns. It has good antibacterial and antimicrobial properties, and its regular use helps to keep skin healthy by eliminating microbial populations.
The use of lavender tea and essential oils is known to reduce anxiety and depression. Findings of a scientific study have reported that lavender aromatherapy helps to reduce depression, anxiety, and stress in women after childbirth. Researchers have also shown that patients inhaling lavender scent for 1-2 hours during the dialysis helps to reduce stress and depression.
Reducing Side Effects of Chemotherapy:
Aromatherapy is greatly helpful in reducing the side effects of cancer treatment and chemotherapy. It helps the patients to stay relaxed and calm by reducing anxiety and stress.
Treatment of Migraines and Headaches:
Lavender offers significant calming effects to soothe migraines and headaches. A study was focused on checking the effects of lavender therapy on people suffering from headaches and migraines. All participants reported reduced frequency and severity of headaches.
The topical application of lavender oil is helpful for the treatment of alopecia aerate that causes hair fall in the pattern of patches. It is also possible to massage lavender oil by blending it with rosemary oil, thyme, cedarwood, and other carrier oils. Results of animal-based studies have also shown that lavender oil causes successful stimulation of hair growth only after a regular application of 28 days.
Relieving Menstrual Pain and Colic Pain:
A study was focused on testing the effects of smelling lavender oil on menstrual pain in women. Women smelling lavender scent for about thirty minutes on a daily basis reported less pain during periods. Other studies have suggested that topical application of lavender oil on the abdomen also helps to reduce menstrual pain. Moreover, massaging lavender oil on the infants’ bodies is also helpful in reducing colic pain.
Reducing Fungal Infections:
Lavender oil has good antifungal properties and helps to reduce fungal infections. Its essential oil exerts lethal effects on a wide range of fungal strains responsible for causing skin diseases and infections. Essential oils destroy the fungal cell membranes on a wide spectrum.
How to make Lavender Tea
To enjoy our lavender tea, simply use approx. 1/3 teaspoon per glass of hot water for a few minutes, allowing the flavors to infuse. You can also add a touch of honey or lemon to enhance the taste if desired.
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