REDUCE MUSCLE SPASMS
PARTS OF THE PLANT USED
FORMS FOR USE
Two teaspoons of lavender buds for every eight-ounce cup of water. Use only one tablespoon for dried flower varieties.
Applied in the form of paste over the temples as well as between fingers, for relief.
Applying the paste of leaves prevent any infection AND at the same time allows for a healthy recuperation.
Lavender tea has few side effects, but can cause issues in certain individuals. People who are sensitive to the scent of lavender may find the fragrance overwhelming. Lavender can also cause allergic reactions in sensitive individuals.
Lavender tea is not recommended for pregnant women or young boys. Lavender can increase female hormone production resulting in complications for pregnancy. Always consult with your physician before consuming lavender tea when pregnant or breastfeeding. The increase in female hormones can also lead to the development of breast growths known as gynecomastia in prepubescent boys. While this side effect is typically reversed when lavender consumption ends, it's best to avoid giving the tea to young boys.