Lavender flowers

Lavender flowers

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Credit: FREDRICK SCHUSSLER/AGSTOCKUSA/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Lavender flowers. Lavender flowers (Lavandula spica) in bloom. Lavender oil has very good antiseptic properties, and can be used as an insecticide. Preparations can also relieve coughs and prevent involuntary muscle spasms. It is cultivated throughout Europe as a source of scent and oil. Lavender flowers between midsummer and early autumn, and is harvested just before the flowers are fully open. Photographed in Provence, France.

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Keywords: aromatherapy, botany, flower, flowers, france, herbal medicine, lavandula spica, lavender, medicinal herb, nature, plant, plants, provence, type, wild flowers

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