Lavander

Were you looking for information about Lavender? Lavander is a common misspelling of lavender.
 
Lavender is a flowering plant used as a flavoring agent (in foods and beverages), as an aromatherapy oil, and as a scent agent (in various products, such as cosmetics). It is also taken by mouth as an herbal remedy.
 
Lavender is claimed to be beneficial for conditions such as nervousness, hair loss, and depression. However, more research is needed in order to determine whether it really works for most uses. Before using it, let your healthcare provider know if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. Also let him or her know if you have any allergies. Potential side effects of lavender products include constipation, headaches, and skin irritation.
  
(Click Lavender for more information on various lavender products, including information on what lavender is used for, what potential side effects may occur, and what you should know before using the product. You can also click the various links in the box to the right for more specific information on this topic.)
 
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