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Like the familiarity of an old childhood memory, Lavender finds a way to cloak your senses with a cloud of sunny warmth and relaxation. It comes as no surprise that lavender is grown in the balmy summers of Southern France, immediately transporting you to fields of deep lilac brushed with golden sunshine.

"Our findings suggest that lavender could certainly be used as an effective 'on-the-spot' anxiety reduction in dentists' waiting rooms."

Dr. M. Kritsidima, study author

Widely known for its calming properties, the Ancient Greeks and Romans soaked in bathwater filled with lavender. This comes as no surprise as the word “lavender” hails from the Latin word “lavare” - which means "to wash"

The deep blush of violet is more than a reflection of royalty – Queen Elisabeth is known to take advantage of its relaxing properties by wearing it as a perfume, and in her tea.

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