About Lavender- Lavender is indigenous to the Mediterranean area and is a perennial herb plant, with a heavenly fragrance, that grows best in climates that don't have a lot of high heat or humidity. If planted under the right conditions, it is a relatively easy plant to grow. It prefers a well-drained soil that is somewhat sandy, not rich in humus, and slightly alkaline (pH factor between 6.0 and 8.0). It loves full sun and rarely needs to be fertilized.

Benefits Of Lavender in Daily Life & Health -

Lavender has been used medicinally for centuries and is reputed to have relaxing and healing properties. It can help relieve headache, migraines and insomnia. Many caregivers like to place lavender in sick rooms to ease the patient's distress. It has soothing properties and is often associated with calming the nerves or relieving anxiety.
There are hundreds of different varieties of lavender; each one with its own special quality such as plant or flower size, flower or leaf color, fragrance or hardiness. Although lavender is usually associated with shades of blue, plants are available in varying hues of purple and lilac, white, pink, mauve and even yellow.
Everyone is looking for a reliable way to relax the body and mind, and lavender takes care of both.