The lavender plant, Lavandula angustifolia is a valued plant across the world. It is a flowering member of the mint family that smells sweet and flowery. It is believed to be native to the Mediterranean, the Middle East, and India, though its history dates back as far as 2500 years. In ancient times, lavender was used as a holy herb and was often used to make people smell fresher.
Today, it is more than just a fragrant plant. This herb is also commonly used for medicinal and therapeutic benefits. What more can you ask for?