Botany: Lavandin is a cross between Lavandula angustifolia (Lavender) and Lavandula latifolia (Spike Lavender.) It is a round shrub with stems that have gray-green leaves which are covered in fine silvery gray hairs with light blue/violet flowers. It is part of the Lamiaceae botanical family.
Scent Profile: Mid note that is floral, herbaceous, and camphoraceous
Used for wound healing and skin infections, allergic reactions, or sores
Relieves muscular stiffness
Reduces the impact of menstrual cramps
Supports the respiratory system for ailments like bronchitis, sinusitis, colds, and the flu
Potential drug interaction; may inhibit blood clotting.
Oral Caution: Avoid taking internally if you or your client is on anticoagulant medication, or is about to have major surgery.
Internal use is also contraindicated when the following conditions are present: peptic ulcer, hemophilia, or other bleeding disorders.
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