By the end of the sixteenth century, lavender spread to many parts of the world from the Mediterranean region. This much-loved plant was most known to have been used in their baths by Royalty, most notably Louis XIV. Current medicine also promotes using lavender in the bath for its many relaxing effects.
It is said to have many soothing qualities that are used to treat hyperactivity, insomnia, headaches, toothaches, sore joints, and rumbling digestive systems.
Many uses range from flavored vinegar, candles, soaps, aromatic in pillows, and even included in many cosmetic products such as lip balms, lotion, and bath salts containing lavender essential oil.
Known for its calming properties, lavender is also perfect when infused with tea. It offers a distinctive floral, delicate, and earthy flavor, and aromatic fragrance, featuring hints of mint and rosemary.
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How to use: Ready to use as is, lavender buds can be added whole.
For tea infusions, toss the lavender blossoms into your brew before adding the chai blend. Lavender is a delicate spice and can lose its intensity during long simmers, so it is best to add this towards the end of cooking.Taste & Aroma: Floral, Minty, Sweet.
Tasting notes: Rosemary • Herbal • Honey
Storage: For best results, store in an airtight container in a cool, dry place.
Shelf Life: 2 Years