Why is Lavender So Calming?

Why is Lavender So Calming?

Why is Lavender So Calming? 

Lavender is a plant native to the mountainous regions of the Mediterranean where it grows in bright sunlight.
The word lavender comes from the Latin root lavare which means “to wash”. This name was given to the fragrant plant for its common use as an ingredient in soaps and shampoos for bathing the body and spirit.


Researchers confirmed the scent of lavender produces soothing and sedative effects that can help with sleep promotion, reduction of anxiety, and meditation. 
Read more to discover how lavender can help soothe the body and mind.

 

Lavender and Insomnia

Studies by researchers have confirmed that when used as a form of aromatherapy, lavender can slow the activity of the nervous system.
Lavender can also improve sleep quality, stabilize mood, enhance concentration, and reduce anxiety.

 

Lavender and Headaches

Another study showed that lavender in inhalation therapy is capable of treating headaches, nervous disorders, and exhaustion.

 

Lavender and Skin Conditions

This herb has also been shown to help with skin conditions such as fungal infections, wounds, eczema, and acne.
Using the essential oil extract from lavender on the skin can reduce dry skin and even help with alopecia.

 

The Nervous System

A study testing the effects of lavender's calming agents tested patients using an EEG machine. The findings concluded that the group subjected to lavender had slower brain waves indicating drowsiness, whereas the patients subjected to rosemary exhibited alertness. Everyone in the above study reported a mood boost as a result of the pleasant scents compared to the subjects who were not given any aromatherapy.

 

Lavender Tea and Anxiety

A cup of lavender tea includes the herb itself as well as the aromatic benefits. If you are prone to having a fast-acting nervous system, an easily activated stress response, and high levels of anxiety, having a cup of lavender tea can be beneficial. Lavender tea can act as a sedative and slow the nervous system right down so that anxiety doesn’t get in the way of clear thinking, concentration, or your mood.

 

Lavender Tea and Tummy Problems

The polyphenols in lavender help prevent harmful gut bacteria from developing, which in turn will help stop creation of gas and toxic emissions from said bacteria. This means a cup of hot lavender tea can ease gas issues, bloating, and nausea.

 

Calming Cuppa

Make time for a calming cup of lavender tea. It only takes 5-10 short minutes to calm your nervous system, take a few deep breaths, and enjoy the moment with a cup of tea. If you're feeling in need of an aromatic and relaxing blend try the French Lavender for a sweet and flowery taste.

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Posted on 06/23/2017 by The Tea Haus Tea & Health 0 486
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