It’s documented, that lavender has been used for 2500 years in the world for a variety of purposes. The name of lavender is of Roman origin, it can probably be traced back to two words, one of them is lavare – the word for washing, the other is livendulo – which means bluish colour.
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Coneflower is a lesser known herb, even though it’s an excellent immune invigorator, furthermore it’s suitable for the preventive complementary treatment of the common cold, middle-ear infection, tonsillitis and respiratory infections. Topically it can be used in the case of difficultly healing wounds and inflammatory skin ailments.
Read more: The coneflower (Echinacea) – natural immune invigorator