The title of my article is linked to my love for traveling to new places and exploring new things.
One of the main things on my bucket list for years now is to run through lavender camp (located in Provence, France) with my hands wide open; just to enjoy the summer breeze with the smell attached to my hands. It is advised that June and July are the best months to see this beautifully purple-colored field and smell the stringent fragrance.
Lavender has been used since the days of the Romans who used it to perfume their baths and their clothes.
There are so many health benefits of lavender oil and those include:
The power to remove nervous tension, alleviate pain, increase blood circulation, cleanse the scalp and skin, and tend to respiratory problems. The Latin name of lavender is lavare meaning “to wash”; it was due to its “clean” aroma. Simply rub two to three drops of lavender oil onto your palms and inhale the scent deeply in order to calm your mind. After that, rub the oil on your feet, temples, and wrists to calm your whole body.
Other than all the benefits of lavender, imagine the effects of adding it to your drink and dessert recipes. I was so thrilled to find that my happy place, Culinary Boutique, had monthly cooking/baking teaching classes other than the delicious breakfast they serve. It was there that I found out about the remarkable addition of lavender to food and drinks. I just find myself falling even more in love with the color purple. I highly recommend you to try it!
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