Lavender can be used in many ways . . .
If you love lavender then you will love the lavender farm at Pottique. Located just outside Kingaroy in the heart of the beautiful South Burnett, Pottique offers visitors an amazing range of lavender products with most being made on the premises using much loved and timeless recipes. From our famous lavender liquer through to lavender beauty products, there is something for everyone at the lavender shop and so there should be as The Lavender Farm at Pottique is one of Australia's largest retailer of lavender products!
As you walk through the door, that beautiful and relaxing aroma of lavender greets you while you are captivated by the french country influence that is every where. The big shed at the back is bursting with antiques and country style furniture (local and imported from around the world) so our stock is constantly changing.
- Relieves stress and depression
- Beneficial for skin
- Good for burns, sunburn, headaches, psoriasis and skin problems including athlete's foot
- Known for its beautiful scent
- Helps alleviate feelings of stress, anxiety and induces a sense of calm and relaxation
- Powerful antiseptic
- Helps combat colds and flu and is excellent in relieving migraines, and insomnia
- Use on blemishes or acne prone skin to help clear the complexion
- Prevents scarring and balances the skin
- Can be applied like a perfume on pulse points e.g. behind ears and on wrists
- Add drops your bath
- Relieve insect stings and bites
Always use culinary grade lavender oil (available online from Pottique Lavender Farm) for human consumption.
As with any health complaints, consult your doctor for treatment.
- Make a lavender bag
- Flavour custards, cakes, biscuits and jams
- Soothing tea - mix cooking lavender (order through our online store) 1/2 and 1/2 with your favourite tea. Calms the nerves and settles the stomach
- Crush the flowers and breathe deeply for a quick pick-me-up
- Relieves stress, aids insomnia and fights depression
- Throw some in the bath for a soothing soak. It doesn't have to be dry - grow your own and add leave as well as flowers
- Add some dried cultinary grade flowers to your favourite scone recipe
- Make heart shaped shortbread and sprinkle dried lavender on top
- Tie lavender in cheese cloth and throw in dryer with your clothes. it will last for may loads of washing.
- Make an infusion, strain and rinse hair to reduce dandruff and det headlice
- Grow your own with plants from Pottique
||Always use culinary grade lavender oil (available online from Pottique Lavender Farm) for human consumption.