Lavandula x intermedia
A CUP IN THE EVENING, NOT MORE
Lavandin is a commonly used household herbal remedy
Flowers and dried leaves. The leaves are stronger in camphor than the flowers
Lavandin is more medicinal than real lavender. It is almost twice as good as it for relieving anxiety.
Internal use: Flower / leaf infusion: For stress, anxiety, exhaustion, irritability, headaches, migraines, insomnia, depression, colds, digestion, gas, stomach, liver and gallbladder problems, nervousness, loss of appetite and as a breath freshener and mouthwash.
External use :
It has many properties that make it ideal for skin, from acne and allergies to fungal infections, athlete’s foot and as first aid for bruises, bites, sunburns and burns.
Use lavender tea as a hair rinse to help reduce hair loss and dandruff.
Due to its camphor content, lavandin is contraindicated for anyone under 2 years of age, people with epilepsy or fever, pregnant women or nursing an infant under two years of age.