A few years ago, I was on my way to the airport and was in the car with my boyfriend, a young man.
He told me he had been asked by his parents to wear the lace lavends at the airport.
He had been given the gift of a pair by a local lady who was wearing the lavender bag.
When I asked her what it was, she said, “it’s for the children”.
I was taken aback by this.
The lavender in question was an herbal lavender that is known to cause a relaxing and soothing effect on the skin, especially in the summer months.
My boyfriend had been warned about this by his family, and he was worried about the impact it could have on his mental health.
So when I arrived at the border in Bihar, my anxiety was palpable.
I was nervous to go into the country.
I wanted to avoid this particular brand of fragrance that I have been warned against for a long time.
I was a little worried, too.
It could have been any one of a number of brands of lavender.
There was a lovely scent called “lavender”, which I had never smelled before, but it reminded me of a lavender tea.
This fragrance, called “sandalwood”, was another brand I had been told to avoid, as it smelled very similar to “lavendur”, the fragrance of a certain type of tree that grows in the forests of eastern India.
I have heard that this particular fragrance can have a negative effect on women’s mental health and it can also cause depression.
But I was very skeptical about this, and even though I had no medical background, I still didn’t feel comfortable.
I asked my husband to wear it, and we were shocked to discover that it was not good for me.
I felt that it could be harmful for my mental health in the long run.
I am not sure what the problem is.
I would definitely consider going back to a traditional fragrance if I was in a rush, and to avoid all the other lavender brands that I knew were toxic.
But the next day, I received an email from the Indian government, telling me that this was a serious issue.
The government has been investigating this matter, and has said that they will be looking into it.
It has also said that the manufacturer is responsible for ensuring that the products are safe.
I am really not sure whether this is a case of “legitimate concern”, or whether this issue is the result of a very serious problem, but I decided to take it up with the authorities.
I went to the factory and spoke to a woman who told me about the Lavender and Sandalwood Association, and about the safety measures taken to protect women who have this particular fragrant.
It was a very brave thing to do.
The Lavender Association is the main organisation for people who want to buy this product.
I feel really happy and hopeful that this issue has been resolved.
It is a relief to know that there is no more harm being done to the women of India, especially women of the lower castes and other vulnerable groups, who have a lower socioeconomic status.
I want to make sure that the government takes this issue seriously.
We were in touch with the Association to find out more.
They told us that the product is safe, and that the women who purchased the product were doing a very good job.
I decided not to take the product, but instead to contact the manufacturer and ask for their opinion.
They said they would look into the issue.
I have no doubt that the issue will be investigated thoroughly.
I hope that this will not result in any further harm being caused to women, especially those of lower caste and lower class status.
The Association has also decided to set up a committee to review the issue in the next few weeks, and also ask the government to take action.