Lavender flowers and leaves have a long history of use in traditional Western herbalism. They are a favorite for their sweet, relaxing, floral aroma. For centuries, it has been thought to arouse passions as an aphrodisiac and is still one of the most recognized scents in the world. Dried lavender buds can be added to potpourri or tea blends, used as a cooking or baking spice, and incorporated into body care recipes.
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Dried Lavender Buds
The nervous system and skin.