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Known for centuries as a plant with special healing and soothing properties, this natural product is just as popular today as it was in ancient times. Read more about lavender here.

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January 13, 2017

Benefits of Lavender

The Egyptians used it for mummification and as a perfume. The Romans used it for bathing, cooking and for scenting the air. And, quite possibly the most famous usage of all, Mary used it to anoint Jesus with her hair and and some believe spikenard was made from lavender essential oil.