Enriched with the goodness of calming properties, Lavender helps in sleeping and relaxing your mind. Also called 'Ustukhudusa', 'Lavandula officinarum', and 'Tuntuna,' it has a lot of medicinal value. Lavender acts as an antidepressant as well. It has been used for soothing, beauty, cleaning, and fragrance for the last thousands of years. Ayurveda holds the properties of Lavender in high regard as it can stimulate the mind and calm anger, anxiety, insomnia, stress, migraine, and loneliness. It is considered that applying Lavender oil on your scalp balances Vata Dosha and controls hair fall. It also has benefits against all three doshas, including Kapha and Pitta. Lavender has originated in the Mediterranean region. It is best found in a sunny climate, dry summers, and wet winters. Lavender grows as a shrub that has narrow and needle-like leaves with pinkish-purple flowers. It is mainly used in countries like England, Australia, New Zealand, Norfolk, France, and Spain for its anti-inflammatory, disinfectant, and antiseptic properties. It helps in soothing and healing insect bites, minor burns, acne, sunburns