The lavender is known for its ability to enhance relaxation and promote restful sleep. Best of all, unlike the few essential oils that require particular care, lavender falls on the safer side of the spectrum, making it an excellent choice to use for babies and toddlers.

Smelling lavender

Are you stressed out? Smell the lavender, and… relax! Science confirms this

New research shows that lavender scent is the best natural way to combat anxiety and stress.

It is calming and calming: relaxing with the scent of lavender is possible and useful, and a new study confirms what folk medicine has always supported: the fragrant compounds of plant extracts are the best natural remedies to relieve anxiety, and lavender is among the former, so much so that it would also be able to replace anxiolytics and keep their side effects away.

Today lavender is very much used, from cosmetics to essences for cakes, from scented candles to creams and lotions. The main reason is that it has a really nice scent, but lavender is also prized for its medicinal properties, being used for even minor health problems.

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Lavender oil has always been studied for its possible effects in relieving anxiety and sleep disorders and is the relaxant par excellence. This is why it is widely used for massages to relax muscles and as an addition to bath salts. Lavender essential oil is also an excellent natural method for headaches caused by tension.

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