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If you're Sad and Depressed, Drink Lavender Tea

Djemile CheshlievaDjemile Cheshlieva
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Lavender tea relieves anxiety and nervousness. It can help you feel more comfortable. According to a study from the University of Maryland, the scent of lavender alone is enough to provide relief.

Lavender oil helps against fatigue, irritation, tension, sleep problems, it alleviates anxiety symptoms. Research proves that lavender has the same effect as prescribed medications for anxiety.

Researchers also stress the fact that lavender has no side effects. Lavender oil has a better effect than lavender tea but the majority of people do prefer the tea.

Lavender tea can assuage depression, it maintains good mental health. Regular consumption of this tea helps against sadness, the feeling of frustration, lack of energy and insomnia. People who drink lavender tea are more focused.

Experts recommend lavender tea for the treatment of depression.

This tea also soothes excess gas in the intestines. It helps against indigestion, reduces muscle spasms. The recommended daily dose is 1 cup of lavender tea.

Healthy skin is important for everyone. A practical solution is to refresh the face with a spray made from lavender flowers. At the same time, the consumption of lavender tea itself also boosts this effect on the skin. This way you can easily rid yourself of acne and skin problems.


Lavender shampoo, on the other hand, helps against scalp problems and hair loss. Often, the shampoos we use contain a myriad of chemicals and this leads to problems with our hair. Using lavender shampoo and tea at the same time will improve your hair's health.

You can get fresh lavender from the market to make your own delicious, homemade tea. And how is it made?

Boil 1 cup of hot water with 1-2 tbsp of fresh or dried lavender. Boil it about 15 min., then it's ready to drink. You can sweeten it with a little honey. If drunk slightly cooled it's significantly more effective.

If you're sensitive to allergens from the mint family, lavender can cause light side effects. This tea is not recommended for pregnant women, women who are nursing, little children, as well as anyone regularly taking medication.

Mixing lavender with other herbs has negative effects on the body. Lavender tea needs to be made from lavender only and must not be taken more than 2-3 times a day. Aside from that, there are no serious side effects. Light side effects such as headache, constipation and slight reddening of the skin are possible but these are rare.

Lavender tea increases appetite, so individuals who are at risk of weight gain must be especially careful when taking it.