Lavender Buds 2 oz.
Lavender is an herb native to the mountainous regions of the Mediterranean. Lavender is also grown for production. Its essential oil properties are used in diffusers. The buds are steeped for tea, the oil has cosmetic uses, and though this bud holds medicinal uses, the Lavender essential oil, in contrast to the plant form, is toxic when swallowed I wouldn't recommend popping them directly into your mouth. Oil is for the diffuser, candles, and soaps, lotions; buds are for steeping. As a Tea: Lavender tea is made by brewing the purple buds of the Lavandula angustifolia plant with hot water. This tea is thought to calm nerves, lead to better sleep, improve skin health, and provide many other benefits, though research is "scarce" and mostly focuses on lavender extracts.