Lavender Water est. 1865 $12.99

$12.99

 

Lavender water appears in recipe books over the centuries from before the 18th century to after the 20th century. It is a timeless fragrance with many uses. This recipe is from 1865.

Historically,  this recipe is used for many things, everything from perfume, to room fresheners, bug spray, and linen sprays. Recipes for Lavender Water have been used for centuries dating back to Egyptian times.

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Lavender water appears in recipe books over the centuries from before the 18th century to after the 20th century. It is a timeless fragrance with many uses. This recipe is from 1865.

4 1/4 oz. Ingredients: Water, Alcohol, Organic Lavender Oil

These products are created from original historically reproduced recipes carefully researched and lovingly made from the preserved archives of apothecaries, perfumers, ancient herbalists and the curators of medicinal wares as early as the 1300’s. Brought to you by LBCC HISTORICAL PRODUCTS, these ancient elixirs combine the wisdom of the past with the celestial magic of herbal alchemists that defies time.

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Weight .011 kg
Dimensions 5 x 5 x 10 cm