French lavender flowers had an important place in ancient medicine and were used in antirheumatic oils and cough syrups. These days, this lavender rich in camphor has fewer applications. However, it continues to be used externally to help heal wounds and also to treat respiratory problems.
A floral water with many properties is extracted from butterfly lavender. It relaxes the body and mind, soothes the skin, and stimulates the production of "well-being molecules" - beta-endorphins (in-vitro tests).