Lavandula Stoechas (French Lavender)
- It is used throughout the Mediterranean region for its medicinal virtues such as its cephalic (tonic), and carminative properties.
- It is prescribe to treat pulmonary infections and inflammatory diseases.
- The plant is also used in folk medicine as an antispasmodic in colic pain and for various diseases of the central nervous system, such as epilepsy and migraine.
- It has positive effects on wounds, urinary tract infections, against eczema, and has analgesic, sedative and antiseptic properties.
- It is used to to treat headaches, depression, diabetes, and rheumatic diseases.
Lavandula Stoechas Is spread over three continents (Africa, Europe and Asia). It is growing around the Mediterranean basin, including in Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Spain, Greece, France, Italy, and Turkey. It is also found in Saudi Arabia and Iran. In India it is found in Bihar and Bengal