Lavender comes from the Latin word lavare which means “to wash” and has a long history that dates back to 2500 years ago. The Egyptians, Greeks, and Romans strongly benefited from it’s extensive uses.
Today’s most popular uses of Lavender are through tea, oil, and incense. Tea created from dried Lavender leaves is known to have a calming effect on the mind and body by promoting restful sleep, stress reduction, and healthy digestion. Lavender essential oil not only holds a wonderful aroma, it also possesses medicinal properties due it being full of antioxidants. This oil can relieve headaches, clear acne, treat burns, heal scars, improve circulation, and repel insects. It is also great in relieving arthritic symptoms in humans and dogs alike. Light Lavender incense before beginning meditation to assist in Chakra alignment and total relaxation.
How to Use: Light coated end of the incense stick. Once lit, extinguish flame. Place incense stick on non-flammable surface. Burn time is 30 minutes.
Disclaimer: This product is not intended to treat, cure, diagnose, or prevent any illnesses.