Lavender | Lavandula spp.
Welcome! You will receive a sealed bag of lavender (Lavandula spp.). No pesticides or other chemicals are used!
A member of the mint family. Lavender is native to Africa, parts of India, and the Mediterranean. The flowers are purple, white, or blue, depending on the variety.
Roman soldiers would use lavender to scent their baths and wash clothes. Lavender was spread on the floor in churches in Spain to prevent evil spirits from coming on St. John's Day.
Latin name: Lavandula spp.
Other names: Elf Leaf, Nardus, Nard, Spike, Spikenard
Products are for recreational purposes only. They are not intended to replace a doctor's professional medical advice, treatment or diagnosis.
Please ensure dried products are stored in a sealed, airtight container, preferably in the dark, such as in a cabinet or desk.
Do not allow moisture to gather in the container, as this can cause the product to mold.
Products will be shipped in resealable, plastic bags, with a label displaying the name of the product.