Lavender ( Lavandula angustifolia) has soothing effects, but is more renowned for its delicate scent than for its therapeutic virtues. It is a medicinal remedy appreciated in cases of nervousness; it also soothes migraines and headaches. It acts as an antidepressant, antiseptic and antibacterial.

The calming effect of lavender has been recognized since Antiquity. Combined with other sedative plants, it fights insomnia, irritability, headaches and depression.

Lavender treats indigestion and colic and eliminates bloating. Its action is effective against various types of asthma, especially when it is caused by nervousness.

Lavender is antiseptic. It accelerates the healing of burns and wounds, calms inflammations due to insect bites. It is used to treat scabies and lice.


Infusion 10 min. at the rate of 1 to 2 tbsp. to c. per cup. Filter.

Drink 2 to 3 cups per day.

You can add lemon balm or thyme, sage or chamomile to your lavender infusion, it's very good.

Did you know ?

Lavandula comes from lavare, "to wash", it is commonly used to perfume washing water, or linen in wardrobes.

Lavender herbal tea is an excellent wellness ally to be consumed at any time of the day but is particularly appreciated at the end of the day and/or after a hearty meal.

Excellent as an infusion , the calming properties of lavender can just as easily be used in the tea of ​​your choice or in your bath.

50g | 30 infusions

The indications given are not therapeutic but informative. They are based on the traditional uses of plants in herbalism. They are in no way equivalent to a medical prescription and cannot replace a prescription. To confirm the uses of this product, please seek advice from a healthcare professional.

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