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Lavender Flowers


Lavandula officinalis – the purple buds of the Lavender flower makes a calming herbal tea which leaves a strong floral taste on the tongue. Best suited for evening or night time, make sure to let it steep for minimum 10 mins to get the full lavender experience. HealthTea lavender flowers are also perfect to add to savoury dishes, if you use them like rosemary, it can be used as seasoning for many dishes and can also be added to sweet dishes like ice cream and cheesecakes.




100% Lavendula officinalis


Sleep Aid

Lavender oil is comprised mainly of linalyl acetate and linalool - phytochemicals that are absorbed rapidly into the bloodstream. Research shows that these compounds inhibit several neurotransmitters causing a sedative and anxiolytic effect.

If you suffer from restless nights then Lavender has been proven to increase the time to awaken after first falling asleep. One study showed that Lavender increased the percentage of deep or slow-wave sleep in all of the group tested, and all of the individuals reported feeling more refreshed and energetic the next morning.


Lavender has been used for centuries as a remedy for anxiety and depression. It has a complex mix of active components including "terpenes" - small molecules that are absorbed into the bloodstream via the nose or lungs. They are so small that they easily cross the blood/brain barrier and have an impact on neurological processes.

Lavender has been proven as effective at treating anxiety as its pharmaceutical counterparts. In a study published in the journal "Phytomedicine", it was shown that lavender helps with restless, nervousness, anxiety and insomnia.

Another study by the “International Journal Psychiatry in Clinical Practice found that supplementing with 80mg capsules of Lavender Oil alleviated anxiety, restless sleep and depression without any unpleasant side effects.

Wound Healing

Lavender Essential Oil has very powerful antiseptic properties. Applying it to wounds can not only increase cell growth causing the wound to heal faster, but it also decreases the appearance of scars. The anti-microbial action of Lavender Oil protects scrapes and wounds from infection, while allowing them heal.


Lavender Oil has a well documented history of effectively treating burns and scalds as well. Its pain relieving properties, combined with its anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and antiseptic properties make it an effective burn treatment that stimulates the cells to regenerate more quickly, and prevent scarring.

Digestive Aid

Lavender has long been used as a digestive aid. It improves the motility of intestinal tract, allowing food to pass through more readily. Gastric juice production, including bile, is increased which improves digestion and nutrient absorption. Colic, vomiting, and flatulence can all be helped through the use of this herb. An interesting benefit is that Lavender gently inhibits the growth of pathogens, but according to one study, it doesn't harm beneficial bacteria. How it distinguishes between harmful and beneficial bacteria is a still a mystery.

Lavender Hydrolat

Lavender Hydrolat has naturally soothing and calming properties. For the skin it can help to calm down irritation and itching, inflammation and redness. It makes an excellent facial cleanser and toner that is especially suited to sensitive skin. With natural sedative qualities, Lavender Hydrolat can be spritzed onto bed linen and used as a bedroom air freshener to create the perfect environment for a sound night's sleep.

Folklore and history
Lavender is probably the most well known medicinal herb. Originally from France and the western Mediterranean, lavender is now cultivated world wide.

The Romans were responsible for the spread of Lavender throughout Europe and used Lavender in the famous Roman bath houses. They most certainly used Lavender in the fumigation of a sick room, or in preparation for childbirth.

Traditionally the fragrance of lavender was thought to bring good luck and lift sorrow. Bundles of lavender were placed in a pregnant woman's arms to bring courage and strength. It has long been known as an aphrodisiac when mixed with rose buds and placed in a marital bed.
Energetically the lavender plant is thought to bring peace and protection.

We enjoy our HealthTea best when brewed in a teapot or French press. 1-2 tsps. for every cup of boiling water, stir, then steep for 10 minutes or more. 

But you are you, so experiment, find your flavour and drink to your health!

HealthTea Therapeutic Herbal infusions, A natural source of Multi Vitamins & Minerals to support You and Your health. Organically and Ethically grown Super Herbs, lovingly blended for You into great tasting teas. Using only 100% compostable packaging that makes every cup of HealthTea Good for You and Good for the Earth. 


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Weight .05 kg


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