The Lavender has sedative properties. Because of this, it is useful to treat cases of insomnia that derived from the condition of stress or nervousness.
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It is a shrubby plant with woody stems much branched, belonging to the botanical family of Labiatae. The flowers are arranged in whorls, protected by a bract ovate-acute and terminal thyrsus gathered in the blue-violet corolla is somewhat larger than the calyx. The seeds are small and dark. The leaves and flowering tops, especially they are very aromatic. One of the most aromatic plants known popularly and without a doubt. Widely used in perfumery and cosmetics. Lavender flowers have an abundance of tannins, these substances are great antioxidants. The Lavender has sedative properties. Because of this, it is useful to treat cases of insomnia that derived from the condition of stress or nervousness. For these cases it is advisable to make tea with dried flowers of this plant and drink it before bedtime. It has excellent antiviral and antibacterial properties, being particularly suited for handling cases of sore throat and colds in general. Infusions of lavender are well known for its antiviral and antibacterial properties, because this is recommended for the treatment of diseases such as strep or the flu. The lavender plant is well known for its medicinal properties to relieve pain. It is therefore recommended for use in the treatment of various cases, such as back and foot. Can also be used to relieve pain of rheumatic diseases, in cases of stiff neck and lumbago. Lavender is very useful for dealing with situations that create muscle pain. Lavender flowers have properties that help lower blood pressure, so it is quite at home used to treat hypertension. This plant is very useful for treating wounds, as it has properties that help to disinfect and heal. For these cases, it is necessary to mix a tablespoon of dried flowers (double amount if fresh flowers are extracted from the plant) in a glass of water, making tea and apply it on the wound. In general possesses antispasmodic, antiseptic, diuretic, healing and analgesic properties. Used as an infusion, decoction, tincture, ointment and lotion. Used indoors in diseases of the respiratory tract, dizziness, diarrhea, slow digestion, etc ... Outside, in cases of wounds, eczema, insect bites, burns and sedative baths. The dried flowers and small bags are usually put inside the perfuming linen furniture and preserve them from moths, also within pillows. The preparation involves boiling the dried flowers together in a quart of water for 10 minutes. After this time, must stand for a few minutes and then strain the infusion. Lavender, also known as Lavender, has sedative properties, which are mainly found in flowers, and to a lesser extent the leaves. Because of this, consumption of infusions described above are very useful in treating cases of nervousness or anxiety, while minimizing the effects of these situations can be generated, such as difficulty sleeping. This infusion of Lavender flowers is useful for lowering blood pressure, especially recommended for those suffering from hypertension. The dose of these infusions ranges between 2 and 4 cups a day. If consumed to treat sleep problems is important to ingest it at night. For indigestion: 1/2 cup twice a day.