Were you looking for information about Lavender? Lavendar is a common misspelling of lavender.
Lavender is a flowering plant that is used for a variety of purposes. It is used in foods, beverages, cosmetics, and other products. As an herbal supplement, lavender is often claimed to be beneficial for conditions such as insomnia, depression, and hair loss. One study showed that adding it to an antidepressant may improve the effectiveness of the medication, while another study suggested that combining lavender with certain other essential oils may improve hair growth in people with alopecia areata. However, these studies also show that using lavender alone did not appear to help with these conditions.
Even though it is a natural product, lavender can cause side effects such as skin irritation, constipation, and increased appetite. In addition, some people should not take lavender supplements. For example, it could have estrogen-like effects and may not be safe for women who are pregnant or breastfeeding.
(Click Lavender to find out more about the possible benefits of lavender and to learn how it works, what side effects may occur, and whether it is effective or not. You can also click any of the links in the box to the right for specific information.)
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