Lavender (Lavendula Augustofolia) dates back into 77 A.D., used for headaches and for the bath during the Roman times. Richly grown in the fields of Provence. Can be added to scones, fish and dishes (sweet) . It can be complemented with several of these herbs: thyme, fennel, rosemary, basil, oregano, sage, and hyssop. Lavender can relieve stress, help your sleep, repels moths and good for a mosquito repellent. Lavender that is dried can be added to your bath. Warning: Lavender can be harmful to pregnant women. The plant has essential oils, alkaloids, tannins and saponins.
(References from Rosemary Gladstar’s “Herbal Recipes for Vibrant Health”)