Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia)

Analgesic acting to relieve pain
Anticoagulant inhibiting the coagulation of the blood
Anticonvulsant prevent or reduce the severity of epileptic fits or other convulsions
Antidepressant used to alleviate depression
Antiemetic preventing vomiting
Antifungal prevent fungal growth
Antihistamine inhibits the physiological effects of histamine, used especially in the treatment of allergies
Anti-infectious prevent or treat infections
Anti-inflammatory used to reduce inflammation
Antimicrobial an agent that kills microorganisms (bacteria) or stops their growth 
Antimutagenic able to decrease or even remove the mutagenic effects of potentially harmful chemicals
Anti-parasitic effective against parasitic infections
Anti-rheumatic slows down the progression of rheumatoid arthritis
Antiseptic preventing the growth of microorganisms (bacteria)
Antispasmodic relieves spasm of involuntary muscle
Antitoxic counteracts toxins
Anti-tumoral slows the growth of abnormal cells
Astringent contracts skin cells and other body tissues
Calming make tranquil and quiet; soothe
Cardiotonic improves the contraction of the heart muscle
Carminative relieves flatulence
Cytophylactic protects cells
Deodorant removes or conceals unpleasant smells
Diuretic causing increased passing of urine
Emmenagogue stimulates or increases menstrual flow
Hypotensive lowers blood pressure
Insecticidal kills insects
Nervine used to calm the nerves
Neuroprotective protects nerve cells against damage, degeneration, or impairment of function
Regenerative to regrow or be renewed
Relaxing reducing tension or anxiety
Rubefacient increases blood circulation
Sedative promotes calming or inducing sleep
Tonic giving a feeling of vigor or well-being; invigorating
Vermicide used to kill parasitic intestinal worms
Vermifuge expels worms or other animal parasites from the intestines