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Lavender the highly perfumed lavender is a native species of the Mediterranean but has long been popular as a garden plant in Britain and many other countries.

It has antiseptic, tonic and relaxing properties, and the essential oil used in aromatherapy is obtained by subjecting the flowers to a process of steam distillation.

It is considered to be one of the safest preparations and is used in the treatment of a wide range of disorders.

These include minor skin wounds and burns, insect bites, indigestion and digestive problems, muscle pains and strains, cystitis, period pains and premenstrual symptoms, headaches, depression and stress.

Lavender is also widely used in perfumes, toiletries and household preparations.


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