Saturday, June 12, 2010


Pronounced "lavender," this good smelling herb was first used as an underarm deodorant in medieval Europe. It's leaves are known to have been rubbed into the armpits of Queen Elizabeth I, until she developed a rash.

I love the way this stuff smells. Some mornings before work, I go out and roll in it. The women at work love it!


1 comment:

Tsofah said...

I love lavender as well. That, and lilacs, and peony's! They smell great! Good taste there, Malott!