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Lavender is a flowering plant in the mint family that’s easily identified by its sweet floral scent. Today, lavender is more than just a fragrant plant. As it turns out, this herb is also commonly used for medicinal and therapeutic benefits. So if you’re dealing with a few medical issues, and you don’t want to risk the unpleasant side effects that come with some over-the-counter and prescription medicines, here’s a look at the potential health perks of using lavender! 

May Help Improve Sleep

If you’ve tried other sleep remedies to no avail, place a few drops of lavender essential oil on your pillow before going to sleep tonight. Just be sure not to ingest it, or any other essential oil, for that matter, as doing so may pose health harms.

May Offer a Natural Remedy for Pain

Before going the traditional route to help ease pain, try aromatherapy with 2 percent lavender essential oil that is diluted in water. One study found lavender to be an effective remedy for postoperative pain. It can function as a pain reliever because the oil contains linalyl acetate and linalool — anti-inflammatory components that are found in many essential oils. Lavender also contains polysaccharides. A study stated that plants containing these molecules are the most potent in curing inflammatory diseases.

Lessens Menopausal Hot Flashes

Hot flashes (or hot flushes) are a common menopause symptom that affects many women. It causes a sudden feeling of heat over the body, and it can make the face flushed and trigger perspiration. But lavender aromatherapy for 20 minutes twice a day may help reduce menopause flashing and improve quality of life!

Could Help Treat Skin Blemishes

A variety of essential oils are also excellent for dermatology use, including lavender. In fact, if you have acne, eczema, or skin inflammation, applying lavender oil to affected areas may play a role in treating blemishes and ease inflammation. For those with sensitive skin, dilute the essential oil in water or a carrier oil. The antioxidant activity of lavender may also contribute to wound healing.

Help Combat Fungus Growth

There are also a number of studies highlighting the potential anti-fungal activity of lavender. Studies suggest lavender essential oil may be effective in inhibiting the growth of certain types of fungus, such as C. albicans. The oil could also act as a remedy for treating athlete’s foot and ringworm, which are also caused by fungus. 

All in all, Lavender not only smells fresh and beautiful but Lavender oil also has some promising health benefits!

If you love Lavender and want to try something extra fresh, check out our new Velish Village x GLW Lavender Lemonade! Use promo code GLW10 to receive 10% off your order! Enjoy! 


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