Lavender - ORGANIC

Lavender - ORGANIC

LAVENDER (Organic): Lavandula x intermedia - Lavender is a member of the mint family and one of the most popular herbs in the world.

Brought into North America by Europeans in the 1790’s, remaining Native American medicine men whom still practiced quickly adopted lavender buds due to their versatile uses in all manner of medicines. It was often dried and added to tobacco due to its fragrance!

This Native American herb is often used in the sweat lodge (purification lodge) or blended into kinnick-kinnick smoking blends. 

The common herbs used in the sweat lodge (purification lodge) are the sages, cedars, sweet grass. They are all burned on the sacred hot rocks to cleanse and heal the participants in the sweat. Other herbs often used are lavender, star anise, red willow, bear root and the resins like copal and piñon.

Smudging lavender blossoms is thought to have powers of protection and cleansing, it brings a positive energy, opens the heart chakra, and calms the mind. 

LAVENDER TEA: Lavender makes a delicious tea and is easy to make. Boil 8 oz of water. Place 4 teaspoons of lavender buds into a tea ball or sachet. Place the tea ball and hot water into a teacup. Let steep for 10 minutes. Enjoy with or without a sweetener, such as honey.

Lavender (Lavandula spp.) is not native to North America; it is native to the Mediterranean region. Therefore, it was not traditionally used by Native American tribes prior to European contact. Native American cultures had their own unique herbal traditions, utilizing plants that were indigenous to their regions for various purposes, including medicinal, culinary, and ceremonial.

Lavender became more widely known and used in North America after European settlement and was primarily introduced by European settlers. Its aromatic and calming properties have made it popular in modern herbal medicine and aromatherapy, but it was not traditionally part of Native American herbal practices.

LAVENDER (Organic): Lavandula x intermedia - Lavender is a member of the mint family and one of the most popular herbs in the world.

Brought into North America by Europeans in the 1790’s, remaining Native American medicine men whom still practiced quickly adopted lavender buds due to their versatile uses in all manner of medicines. It was often dried and added to tobacco due to its fragrance!

This Native American herb is often used in the sweat lodge (purification lodge) or blended into kinnick-kinnick smoking blends. 

The common herbs used in the sweat lodge (purification lodge) are the sages, cedars, sweet grass. They are all burned on the sacred hot rocks to cleanse and heal the participants in the sweat. Other herbs often used are lavender, star anise, red willow, bear root and the resins like copal and piñon.

Smudging lavender blossoms is thought to have powers of protection and cleansing, it brings a positive energy, opens the heart chakra, and calms the mind. 

LAVENDER TEA: Lavender makes a delicious tea and is easy to make. Boil 8 oz of water. Place 4 teaspoons of lavender buds into a tea ball or sachet. Place the tea ball and hot water into a teacup. Let steep for 10 minutes. Enjoy with or without a sweetener, such as honey.

Lavender (Lavandula spp.) is not native to North America; it is native to the Mediterranean region. Therefore, it was not traditionally used by Native American tribes prior to European contact. Native American cultures had their own unique herbal traditions, utilizing plants that were indigenous to their regions for various purposes, including medicinal, culinary, and ceremonial.

Lavender became more widely known and used in North America after European settlement and was primarily introduced by European settlers. Its aromatic and calming properties have made it popular in modern herbal medicine and aromatherapy, but it was not traditionally part of Native American herbal practices.

Description Price Quantity
1 ounce
SKU: SKUGS090a
$6.50
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1 pound
SKU: SKUGS090b
$46.25
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