Spanish Lavender (Herb)
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Spanish Lavender (Lavandula stoechas) is called so because it is native to the Mediterranean region, including Spain. It is also commonly known as "French Lavender," even though it is not native to France. This species of lavender is known for its unique and colorful flower heads, which have a distinctive shape and a darker hue compared to other types of lavender. Additionally, Spanish Lavender has a strong, sweet fragrance and is often used in perfumes and essential oils.
The plant is known to contain several important nutrients, including calcium, iron, and vitamin A. Additionally, lavender contains essential oils that have been found to have a calming effect on the nervous system, potentially reducing anxiety and improving sleep.