Lavender is one of the most popular of herbs because of the fragrance of its dried flowers

Lavandula angustifolia

LavenderLavender received its name, Lavandula, from the Latin verb “to wash,” and was used as a form of aromatherapy by both Greeks and Romans to scent soaps and bathwater. Lavender water made from the essential oil was, as it is today, commonly used in therapeutic baths as a perfume and to calm. The aromatic properties of the lavender plants make it popular in lotions, creams and fragrant sachets.

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