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  • Stimulating and calming. For fever with irritation it will calm and cool; for those with conditions with cold and chill it will warm. Similarly it can be used for both nervous hypo- and hyper-function. Heart palpitations and irritability can be relieved, as well as depression with weakness. It is this versatility that makes Lavender such a useful herb. Insomnia and pain. Wonderfully adaptable to children’s need for calming. Depression, anxiety. Weakness, dizziness. Migraine. Hypertension. Beginning stage of cold and flu; sinus congestion; eruptive diseases (measles, etc.). Hard or painful labor. Stomach cramp, Irritable bowel syndrome. Nausea and vomiting. Has proven antiseptic properties and has found a use in many types of lung, urinary tract, intestinal and other infections. Externally has antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties; has been used for many types of wounds, insect bites, skin conditions of all types, skin parasites.
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Lavender Flowers

Organically Grown USA 

Also Known As – Lavandula angustifolia

Organic Harvest - Our Lavender flowers are grown organically without the use of pesticides or other chemicals.  Fertilized with organic manure from our own chickens, rabbits and little kinder goats, and watered from our private well linked to the glaciers of Mt.Rainier and filtered into the Nisqually River. Our Lavender flowers are hand picked, dried meticulously analyzed, tested for freshness, and aroma before we package and deliver to you.


Overview - Lavender is a common garden plant in many areas of the world. Forming a mound of silver topped with spikes of flowers, this fragrant herb has been popular for centuries. It has made an impression from ancient Rome through the plague-ridden Middle Ages. Royalty has demanded its availability and the common people relied on it for many reasons.

Medicinal Uses – Internally, Lavender can be brewed into an herbal tea to relieve headache due to fatigue and exhaustion. Take care not to imbibe too much, however as a large amount will upset the stomach. Externally, Lavender essential oil is used in a footbath to relieve fatigue. In the bath, a few drops aids relaxation after a difficult day. It can be applied to relieve the pain of toothache, sprains, neuralgia and rheumatism. Smelling the oil can lift the spirits, revive a person who has fainted and help depression. It can be rubbed on the temples to relieve headache. Oil can help with burns, sores and ulcers. It is antiseptic.

Other Uses – The flowers are often used in baking and to make jellies, teas and other treats. It is used in many perfumes to add depth to the scent. It is germicidal, and has been used successfully in veterinary practice to kill lice and other pests. It is sometimes used in embalming.

Herbs to Combine/Supplement - To kill head lice, mix a few drops of lavender oil, rosemary oil and tea tree oil into a carrier oil like sweet almond. Apply liberally to the scalp. Shampoo the following morning, combing out nits and lice. Reapply as needed for up to a week to make sure all bugs have been killed.

Parts Used - Flowers – The fragrant flowers are the source of the medicinal herb. Essential oil is distilled from the blossoms and flower stalks

Precautions - Lavender essential oil should not be taken internally. It can cause severe nausea. Excessive use may cause drowsiness. There is some suggestion of estrogen-like effects from using the oil and tea tree oil topically in commercial preparations. A case study of three pre-pubescent boys that developed some mammary growth that was determined to have been caused by these oils reverted when they stopped using them. Some caution may be warranted. Ingesting large amounts of lavender oil can result in convulsions and death.

  • It has no known interactions with other herbs or medications.

Suggestions - Lavender can be taken as an herbal tea or a tincture. For herbal tea, take 5 to 10 grams of the herb into the water. Steep for fifteen minutes. Up to three cups of lavender tea can be taken per day. For the tincture, 2 to 4 ml can be taken 2 to 3 times per day. The essential oil can be applied topically if the oil is diluted. A few drops can also be added to a bath.

Disclaimer - The information presented herein by Mountain Maus’ Remedies is intended for educational purposes only. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, cure, treat or prevent disease. Individual results may vary, and before using any supplements, it is always advisable to consult with your own health care provider.

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  1. Best Lavender 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 9th May 2022

    This is the sweetest, tastiest lavender! <3

  2. Love! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 1st May 2021

    Wonderful fragrance, makes a lovely, relaxing and
    delicious tea! Every herb I've gotten from
    Mountain Maus over the years has been of
    exceptional quality!

  3. WOw! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 19th Jun 2019

    These smell AMAZING! Wow SO fresh!! I have them infusing in jojoba oil in my window right now, yum!!


    Posted by on 4th Mar 2018

    I purchase both the Certified organic and Organically grown to see if there is a difference. Well, there is! The organically grown is so fresh and smells beautiful. If you close your eyes, you would think you are were standing in the middle of a lavender field. I'm buying your organically grown herbs from now on!

  5. lavender 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 26th Oct 2017

    Love having this so I can put fresh lavender in my bath for a nice soak

  6. Beautiful! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 28th Jul 2017

    I am amazed as to how fresh these flowers are. When I opened the aroma is so beautiful. I have purchased from other shops in the past and this will be my go to shop for lavender, roses, elderflowers, hibiscus and calendula. These flowers are AMAZING!

  7. Fantastic !! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 7th Jun 2017

    Very nice potent smell , Love this Co. !!

  8. Best lavender ANYWHERE 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 30th Mar 2017

    I ordered a pound of lavender and it came with a very quick time. When I opened the bag it was so fragrant I could not believe it. For the price, service, and speed of shipping, this is the best place to get lavender buds hands down!

  9. So Glad I found this little piece of Heaven! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 12th Aug 2016

    AMAZING: I have been purchasing herbs from several different places over the years, and this little "ORGANICALLY GROWN" store is the place to shop. I opened my bag and couldn't believe the aroma. These flowers are so fresh and vibrant compared to other stores. Will be back again!

  10. OMG - If you get the chance to visit - DO!!! Its beautiful! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 11th Jul 2016

    I had the pleasure of being invited to the beautiful little farmstead. If I could post pictures on this review I would. The calendula, Lavender, Roses, Red Raspberry...I could go on and on...It's beautiful and all cultivated without pesticides! It's amazing what this woman does with "companion plants" No pests in her gardens and they are BEAUTIFUL!She showed us how she harvests and shade dries these beautiful flowers. Its amazing and I just cant get over the colors! Buy from this store, its worth it!

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