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Inducing relaxation is a traditional use of lavender tea, primarily because of the soothing aroma. The University of Maryland Medical Center reports that scientific studies suggest that inhaling the scent of lavender may slow nervous system activity, promoting relaxation. This can help with anxiety, insomnia, stress and depression. One small study published in the September 2011 edition of the "Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine" found that patients who were treated by inhaling lavender oil experienced significant reduction in stress levels and reduced levels of pain when hypodermic needles were inserted. Preparing lavender tea helps release the oils responsible for the beneficial aroma.

Drinking lavender tea may help relieve nervous intestinal disorders and indigestion. This is because it contains essential oils that have a soothing effect on the stomach. A study by the University of Parma and published in November 2004 in “Life Sciences” found that lavender oils protected against gastric ulcers and relieved indigestion.
Insomnia is a condition that manifests itself in the inability to fall sleep restively. Sleeplessness often caused by anxiety, stress and depression. The aroma of lavender is said to relieve depression and insomnia. Drinking lavender tea releases the fragrances which may help relieve sleep disorders. 
Drinking lavender tea releases essential oils that may help relieve migraines and headaches. It has been found that inhaling lavender essential oil may help manage acute migraines and headaches. 
Lavender has been found to have antispasmodic and anticonvulsant effects. The study, which was conducted on mice, attributed such properties to the ability of lavender to block calcium channels in the nervous system that are responsible for convulsions and spasms. 

Another common traditional use for lavender tea is for digestive issue relief, including nervous stomach and indigestion. Modern studies suggest that this may be a valid use. Another study published in the November 2004 “Life Sciences” journal reported that lavender oils may protect against the formation of gastric ulcers and relieved indigestion.


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Disclaimer: As each person is different, individual results cannot be guaranteed.
Herbal tea must not be used as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. Not recommended for use by pregnant or lactating women, persons under 15 or anyone with an illness or taking medication. If you are taking any medications or have a pre-existing medical condition, please consult a doctor before use. Discontinue consuming and consult a doctor if any adverse reactions occur. 

TGA & FDA Disclaimer: These teas are ‘Not suitable for children under 15 years of age or pregnant or breast feeding women and ideally should be used under medical or dietetic supervision’. Consult your physician before use if taking other medication, or if suffering from acute severe illnesses or kidney damage.
Herbal tea is not intended as a sole source of nutrition and should be consumed in conjunction with a nutritious diet and in conjunction with an appropriate physical training or exercise program'.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) or the Food & Drug Administration (FDA). This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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