Aromatic lavender. Application of flowers
Aromatic grass of lavender. Application
In the grass is the most valuable essential oil, forthe production of which is lavender and grown on an industrial scale. This oil is used in cosmetology, perfumery, aromatherapy and in folk medicine. It should be noted the calming effect of oil on the human nervous system. It will help to cope with insomnia, depression and other nervous disorders, being an excellent antidepressant. As for medical purposes, lavender oil is recommended for chronic migraines, high blood pressure, and also for the treatment of diseases of the cardiovascular system. Lavender will cope with a rapid pulse and normalizes the flow of blood to the heart. As a choleretic agent, and also normalizing the work of the liver and gallbladder, lavender is perfect. The use of essential oil is also recommended for arthritis, seizures, muscle pain and rheumatism. Lavender oil supports immunity and prevents infection of the body with viruses and colds.
Lavender. Application in cosmetology
Lavender oil is known and appreciated for itsantiseptic, anti-inflammatory, soothing and regenerating properties. It cope with burns, eczema, other wounds, relieve herpes. Lavender application has found in the treatment of acne, skin whitening and the restoration of damaged tissue (acne scars). A couple of drops of lavender oil can be dripped onto a cotton pad and rubbed face in the morning and evening. Or add drops to the mask for the problem skin (clay, protein with lemon). Also, oil can be added to hair masks against hair loss and dandruff.
Flowers of lavender. Application
One of the plants whose useful propertiesused almost everywhere, is lavender. The application of this flower with a pleasant color and smell is very wide: from the common cold to female diseases and cleansing the digestive system from toxins. Pregnant, as well as sick anemia, with individual intolerance from lavender in any form will have to be abandoned. Also it is impossible to use it in combination with iron and iodine.