A sweet floral earthy aroma. Calming, grounding, and has been known to help with sleeping, relaxing, and restlessness. The scent is beautiful and it brews a very nice cup of tea. Being that this is a "loose" bud you can also cook with it. Romans used lavender oils for bathing, cooking, and scenting the air, and they most likely gave it the Latin root from which we derive the modern name (either lavare--to wash, or livendula--livid or bluish).
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**Do not take if you are pregnant or nursing.**
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Pour 6-8oz Boiling (212°F) water over 1 teaspoon flowers. Steep for 8-10 minutes. Strain and enjoy.
Store in an air tight container away from heat, sunlight, and moisture.
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