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Nature’s Answer Lavender Review – 7 Things To Look For

By Sasha de Beausset Aparicio, MSc

Reviewed by Rebecca Williams, MD, MA, MB, BChir

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Evidence Based | Summary | Nutrition Facts | Claims | Warnings | Price | Suggested Use | Conclusion

Lavender is marketed as a dietary supplements based on an organic alcohol extract of Lavender. While the manufacturing company Nature’s Answer makes no clear benefit claim, nor does it mention any potential ailments for which the product might be effective, there is a lot of information and documentation available on the core benefits of Lavender. These will be detailed in the following sections, helping us put together a list of potential beneficial effects for this extract.

The formula’s manufacturer is a company with approximately 40 years of experience In the herbal dietary supplements market. The company was founded in 1972 in New York and has since expanded its product line to include a variety of liquid encapsulated formulas, vitamins, minerals, herbal liquid supplements and other products.


1) What is Nature’s Answer Lavender?

Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) has a long history of use and is one of the most versatile and widely used herbs known today. Therapeutic uses of the plant used to include wound disinfection, insomnia, digestive problems, anxiety disorders, nervousness and restlessness among others. Today, Lavender is used pretty much for the same purposes because, as research has established, it contains more than 100 compounds with potential therapeutic effects.

Several initiatives were taken to prove the effects of lavender on insomnia and depression symptoms. One study in particular, conducted on 42 college women suffering from depression and sleep disorders found that lavender has a beneficial effect. Repeated studies are needed to confirm effective proportions of lavender oil and carrier oil for insomnia and depression. The plant seems to be beneficial against social phobia and social anxiety as well.

Lavender side effects are rare and usually include vomiting, nausea, headache and allergic reactions. There is concern that it may interfere with nervous system depressants and sedative medication.

Nutrition Facts

2) Nature’s Answer Lavender Nutrition Facts

Lavender contains the following ingredients: Lavender flower fluid extract (1:1), purified water, and 12-15% certified organic alcohol.


3) What Nature’s Answer Lavender Does?

  • Lavender is kosher certified and holistically balanced (it contains the same ratios of active constituents as the plant)
  • All company formulas including this are covered by a 30-day money-back guarantee if they are purchased from the manufacturer

4) Nature’s Answer Lavender Product Warnings

  • Extremely limited number of consumer reviews
  • The formula contains alcohol
  • Certain side effects and potential interactions have been documented for Lavender

5) Nature’s Answer Lavender Price

Nature’s Answer Lavender is available in bottles of one ounce, which accounts for roughly 15 servings. The price for the formula is approximate $12, which means a month’s supply may amount to roughly $24. This price is similar price other formulas offered by competitors which feature a Lavender extract. Numerous retailers offer price discounts or other promotional offers making the product more affordable. All Nature’s Answer formulations are covered by a 30-day money back guarantee. The only condition is that the product is purchased directly from the manufacturer. The product is also available for purchase at numerous online retailers, and other stores and pharmacies in the US.

Suggested Use

6) Suggested Use

There is a very limited number of reviews posted online referencing Lavender. The suggested daily dose is 1-2 ml, meaning 28-56 drops, taken 2-3 times a day in a small amount of water.


7) Conclusion

Lavender has been used for centuries for multiple purposes, including various therapeutic uses, as well as for the lovely fragrance which has made it a popular ingredient in perfumes and other beauty and care formulas. The medicinal applications of Lavender accounted for today greatly rely on its relaxing, sedative properties, although many are not scientifically supported by evidence. Lavender is not tested or clinically researched by the manufacturer. The lack of consumer reviews makes it even harder to evaluate its actual effectiveness, potential side effects and drug interactions. This is the main reason why we advise you to talk to a specialist about any problems you may have and decide what the right treatment for you is.

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Charlotte Elliot

I take a couple of drops in my night tea to help me sleep. I noticed it really helps me relax and I fall asleep much easily than I did before.