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 Lavender are divided into four main categories: L. angustifolia, commonly known as English Lavender,(formerly known as L. vera or L. officinalis); L. stoechas is a large plant with greenish-grey foliage and late blooming with a very strong odor (sometimes known as French lavender); L. latifolia, a Mediterranean grass-like lavender; and L. intermedia, which is a sterile cross between L. latifolia and L. angustifolia. The various lavenders have similar ethnobotanical properties and major chemical constituents. 

 

Researchers monitored sleep cycles with brain scans of several participants and found that lavender increased slow-wave sleep, it was instrumental for slowing heartbeat and also for relaxing muscles. Subjects slept more soundly and woke up feeling more energetic the next morning. 

Lavender has been suggested as an excellent natural remedy to treat insomnia and improve the sleep quality. Single-blind randomized studies investigated the effectiveness of lavender odor on quality of sleep showed that lavender improved the mean scores of sleep quality in fifteen healthy students [], in sixty-four ischemic heart disease patients [], and in thirty-four midlife women with insomnia []. Ten individuals with insomnia, verified by a score of 5 or more on the Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index (PSQI), were treated with lavender odor. Six to eight drops of lavender oil added each night to the cartridge improved the PSQI score by −2.5 points. More notable improvements were seen in females and younger participants. Milder insomnia also improved more than severe ones []. Oral lavender oil preparation (80 mg/day) showed a significant beneficial influence on quality and duration of sleep and improved general mental and physical health without causing any unwanted sedative or other drug specific effects in 221 patients suffering from subsyndromal (mixed) anxiety disorder [].

 

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3612440/ 

 

 

Chamomile is widely used to treat inflammations of the skin and mucous membranes, and for various bacterial infections of the skin, oral cavity and gums, and respiratory tract. Chamomile in form of an aqueous extract has been frequently used as a mild sedative to calm nerves and reduce anxiety, to treat hysteria, nightmares, insomnia and other sleep problems (). Chamomile has been valued as a digestive relaxant and has been used to treat various gastrointestinal disturbances including flatulence, indigestion, diarrhea, anorexia, motion sickness, nausea, and vomiting (). Chamomile has also been used to treat colic, croup, and fevers in children (). It has been used as an emmenagogue and a uterine tonic in women. It is also effective in arthritis, back pain, bedsores and stomach cramps. (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2995283/)

 

 

 

We use both Chamomile and Lavender in our Stainless Steel eye roller (Illumineye). You can tap the link here to learn more about the carrier oil we use with it to provide for optimal moisture and 'glow' to your eyes/lips/cheeks. 

 

https://www.hyaluxe.com/products/illumineye-dark-circles-under-eye-puffiness-and-sagging

 

 

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