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Project stonegarden 2020 In addition to our showroom with 2700 m2 and more than 165,000 items, and 6 sheds with (1. incense / sage & shell hall, 2. amethyst geodes shed, 3. salt lamp hall, 4. Madagascar hall, 5. Wooden decoration hall and 6. Dino’s & Children's displays) we proudly present project Stonegarden 2020. At the beginning of 2019, a large outdoor area of over 4200 m2 was added and so far, 16 containers (or 192,000 kilos of raw gems) with rough stones have been incorporated into it, and the result is impressive, more than 55 raw stones and a complete overview in this brochure. And of course, a very special offer to celebrate the opening of the Stonegarden! We are closed on Saturday 23 November, but you can place your order on the website.

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Display Lavender & Lavandin sachets "Le Chatelard" from France.

Display Lavender & Lavandin sachets "Le Chatelard" from France.


Display Lavender & Lavandin sachets "Le Chatelard" from France.


Fantastic fragrance products of true lavender and lavandin (The sister of lavender) are usually a few other flavors. Freshly harvested at the largest herb farm in Provence in France.


18x18 gram

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(Lavandula) is a bush from the lipflower family (Lamiaceae).
The devil does not like lavender because of the dominant and delicious smell; That pushes the devil away, so people thought of the long forgotten past. Instead of the devil, you actually meant a demon that you could get sick of. Germs put it on a walk when they smell the smell of lavender because they know they have no chance of having a healing and drifting effect. Lavandula Vera. Lavendula ass of the Latin word lavendulus which means: "what should be washed". The ancient Romans and other ancient peoples such as the Carthagers used lavender as soap and bathed in the good odor in combination with the medicine.

Lavender is found in many gardens because of the purple color and the smell of the flowers. The bush is not higher than a meter and no wider than half a meter. The flowers are point-shaped and can grow up to eight inches long. Lavender is also used as a ornamental plant.

Lavender in antiquity:
In ancient Egypt lavender was often used to make perfumes. Cleopatra would have seduced Julius Caesar the emperor. Possibly, the Phoenicians with other herbs imported the Lavandula in France and Spain. In 700 BC they founded Marseille. Cedar and the essential oil of aspic were named in the book of Jerome Brunschwig about distillation of 1500. He named it as oleum the spica of Provence. In 1543, Valerius Cordus named in his dispensatory Noricum three essential oils: cedar, aspic and juniper. In ancient times, lavender was used primarily for external applications, such as for cleansing the skin, in perfumes and to wipe off insects. Later for internal applications.

Lavender, love sprout:
From ancient times, lavender carries the characteristic of that of a very exciting sweetheart. If you drink a delicious cup of hot Lavendelthee, you can dream about your lover and it makes you feel romantic. If you put Lavender under your mattress or pillow, you're sure to experience a passionate night with your partner and adding lavender toppings to cookies or cakes, you've got a really good-looking, better way than oysters.


Lavender Aroma:
Lavender is grown for the lavender oil that can be extracted from purple flowers. This oil is used as a fragrance in cosmetics, such as soap and perfume. In addition, lavender oil is used for example in aromatherapy. Lavender grains can also be placed in bags in wardrobes. The clothes are so perfumed by the evaporating essential oil and, according to some, moths are wiped out. In addition, the lavender flowers are processed in potpourri's.

Medical effect:
Inward, lavender can be used as tea extract and externally in the form of aromatherapy. Lavender has a relaxing and luminous effect. The essential oil of lavender can be used as antiseptic.

Hildegard van Bingen (1098-1179) recommends lavender in an elixir against cough: "If someone boils Speak Lavender (three spoons) in wine (one liter) and often drinks lukewarm, he eases liver-long suffering, milders the dull Feeling in his chest, giving a sharp sense (scientia) and a clear combination gift (ingenium). Who does not have wine boils him and adds honey. " (Causae et Curae, 1150). Furthermore, she writes in her book Physica that when someone who has a lot of lice on lavender smells the lice will die.

Lavender can be useful at:
First degree burns, sunburn, superficial wounds, acne caused by oily skin, itchy conditions,Eczema, deworm, Head lice, Herpes labialis or Herpes Simplex, Throat pain, Tonsil inflammation, Mucosal inflammation and gingivitis, Poor breath Nose cold, Insect bites and Air purification

Lavender for internal use in psychiatric complaints:
Lavender can help with anxiety disorders. This has been demonstrated in a large-scale study by scientists from Vienna (Austria). The lavender extract would even work better than a modern chemical antidepressant. The scientists published their study in the latest issue of the International Journal of Neuropsychopharmacology.