Balancing and calming
Lavender flowers are soaked in hot water to create a fragrant infusion that retains the soothing, balancing and cleansing properties of the plant.
Lavandula angustifolia is a perennial, shrub-like plant that's part of the mint family. The violet flowers are picked as soon as they begin to open. They are then used fresh, distilled for oil, dried for use in infusions and tinctures, or simply for decoration.
If you’re struggling with sleepless nights then lavender is a great ally to have when trying to switch off before bed. Its flower is filled with linalool, a substance known for its sedative effects on the nervous system.