Lavandula commonly called lavender belongs to a family of flowering plant in the mint family of Lamiaceae. Researchers say it is native to the Old World. It is mostly found in Cape Verde, Canary Islands, Europe, Northern African and Eastern African. It is a genus of short-lived herbaceous perennial plants. Lavender leaves are covered with hairs or indumentum which normally contain essential oils that are useful in medicine. It has been indicated in the treatment of several health challenges and experts have proved that lavender generally improves mood.