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Lavender flowers


Scientific name: Lavandulae flos

Synonyms: Flores Spicae, Lavender

Family: Lamiaceae

Origin of the plant: Southern and Eastern Europe

Characteristics: The calyx is tubular-oval, blue-gray and has 5 teeth.

Application and preparation

Lavender flowers


Health disorders such as restlessness, difficulty falling asleep, functional upper abdominal complaints. In bath therapy: For the treatment of functional circulatory disorders.


Calming, flatulent, antispasmodic

Tea making

1 to 2 teaspoons (approx. 0.75-1.5 g) of lavender flowers are poured with boiling water (approx. 150 ml) and after about 10 to 15 minutes, if necessary, passed through a tea strainer. To prepare baths, 10-50 g of lavender flowers are used in 10 l of water or a multiple thereof.


Unless otherwise prescribed, a cup should be drunk two to three times a day before going to bed if you are restless and anxious, as well as if you have digestive problems or if you have trouble falling asleep.


Combinations with other sedative and/or anti-flatulent drugs may be useful.

Included in:

Calming tea – PZN 03962219

After-work tea – PZN 95923276

After-work tea in a pyramid tea bag – PZN 15382674

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