Lavender Dried Buds
Bring a piece of the Himalayas to your home with our Lavender Buds. Cultivated, enhanced and nurtured in the heart of Himalayas, these Lavender Buds are aromatically rich. They have been grown at high altitude Himalayan regions in intensive care and under the technical guidance of CSIR-IHBT.
Their divine aroma is as pleasing as a trip to the Himalayas. With our Lavender buds, you can experience the calm in chaos.
- 100% Natural – Made in Himachal Pradesh,India.
- Hand Plucked and shade dried
- Whole herb
- Weedicide and Pesticide free cultivation
- Processed in small Batches
- This Product is developed under technical guidance of CSIR IHBT.
Healing Properties of Lavender:
The word lavender comes from the Latin root “lavare,” which literally means “to wash.”
Since ancient times, lavender has been used to reduce symptoms and provide support for multiple conditions. Lavender was a bath additive in several regions, including ancient Persia, Greece, and Rome. These cultures believed that lavender helped purify the body and mind.
Lavender may help with some of the following:
Once upon a time, lavender was recommended for people suffering from insomnia or other sleep disorders. People stuffed their pillows with lavender flowers to help them fall asleep and get a better night’s rest.
Today, research suggests that sipping a cup of lavender tea or breathing in lavender’s aroma could improve sleep quality.
Anxiety and mood disorders
Lavender may also provide support for people with anxiety. Lavender tisane has been shown to improve mood and calm the mind.
Supports Digestive Health
The anti-inflammatory properties of lavender help soothe irritated stomach muscles, eliminating stomach pain. These same antispasmodic effects can help relieve indigestion, gas, and bloating.
Headaches, migraine and menstrual cramping
The calming effects of lavender might be enough to soothe away a headache or migraine and premenstrual emotional symptoms.
Chemotherapy side effects
Lavender aromatherapy may help lower anxiety about cancer treatment procedures.
How to use :
Herbal infusions (tisane), cooking, baking, fragrance Sacks & pillows, Soap/candle making, potpourri, DIY projects, etc.
Storage: Store in the pouch or transfer to an airtight container, kept in cool dark place. If not consumed immediately it should be stored in the refrigerator.
- Material : Dry Lavender Bud
- Packaging : Craft Paper Bags, easily Resealable- best to preserve its delightful Aroma
Lavender Tisane Recipe
1 cup (250 mL) of water
1/2 tablespoon of dried lavender buds dried
Tea pincer or infuser (optional)
1. Bring water to a rolling boil in a large saucepan.
2. Place the lavender buds in a tea infuser basket or tea pincer and place in a tea cup.
3. Pour the boiling water into the cup.
4. Steep the lavender flowers in the hot water for 8 to 10 minutes. The longer you steep, the stronger the flavor will become.
5. Remove the tea infuser or strain the loose flowers using a fine mesh strainer.
6. Enjoy as is or add flavorings such as honey, sugar, or lemon.
Note: It’s important to keep the cup covered while steeping so that you don’t lose any potent health-promoting aromatics and essential oils.
1 Tablespoon dried lavender buds
1 cup honey
Glass jar with lid
Stir lavender buds and honey together.
Place the jar in a warm place, like the top of the fridge, away from direct sunlight.
Flip the jar every day to mix the honey and flowers.
Allow the honey to infuse for 1–4 weeks.
When you’re happy with the flavor, strain the flowers.
Warm the honey (if it is not liquid enough to pour freely). Strain through a wire sieve into a clean jar. Cool and cover.
You can discard them or add them to a cup of tea.
Note: Store in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. Store in the refrigerator for up to 6 months. Serve at room temperature.