Here Are 7 Reasons To Grow Lavendar

Are you thinking of planting lavender because you love its smell in drawers, or simply because its color reminds you of Provence? Great idea, there are so many reasons why you should do this!

It is elegant in color and smell, irremediably linked to the past, to grandmother's chest of drawers, to country houses; it is impossible not to evoke childhood memories - a little bucolic - in front of a bunch of lavender. Today we give you 7 great reasons to grow it in a small garden in your apartment, on the balcony, or in the yard. Read on!

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1. It helps to keep away moths and other annoying insects

Dried lavender, thanks to its essential oils, helps to keep moths away from drawers (as well as to perfume them) and - as the film “An Excellent Vintage” teaches us - the scorpions that often populate country houses. Obviously, to counteract the presence of moths or unpleasant insects, we suggest you protect your home and all domestic environments by choosing from the numerous products of the vape line.

2. Promotes the reduction of anxiety

In aromatherapy, lavender is used to help reduce anxiety and improve your mood, so keeping it around the house in the form of cute little bags can help you relax after a long day.

3. It is antibacterial

The lavender essential oil has antibacterial properties, so it is often found among the ingredients of many natural soaps

Here Are 7 Reasons To Grow Lavendar
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4. It contributes to making the soil "reborn."

Some studies have shown that planting lavender is an effective way to improve lands that are no longer very productive. It helps to eliminate heavy metals and pollutants from the soil without compromising the plant's properties.

5. It is ideal for making cool drinks

Lavender is the secret to ultra-fresh lemonade; mix a few essential oil and sugar drops before adding water and lemon. You will get a drink with a surprising floral aftertaste and a more violet color than normal lemonade.

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6. It is rich in relaxing properties

The best place to take advantage of lavender's relaxing properties is definitely the bathroom; add a few drops of essential oil in the tub or your favorite shampoo! 

7. Helps you rest better

And finally, the bedroom. The sedative properties of this plant can help you rest better; prepare some herbal tea with lavender flowers before sleeping or pour a drop of essential oil on your pillow. 

Adapted and translated by The Cop Cart Staff

Sources: Donnad