Kate Middleton is craving sweets during her pregnancy. In a report dated Jan. 1 those cravings are satisfied with potentially dangerous lavender shortbread cookies.
Enstars also reported on Jan. 1 that some believe that lavender helps with morning sickness. Camilla Parker-Boyles is one of the many that believe that. She was the one who recommended them to Kate Middleton, who suffers from acute morning sickness.
Despite the belief that lavender can help with morning sickness, others believe that lavender can cause nausea and constipation. Kate Middleton doesn't not need to add that to the acute morning sickness.
It is also believed that lavender can also cause contractions. That could be dangerous, perhaps even life-threatening to Kate Middleton and her unborn baby.
It is unknown if Camilla Parker-Boyles motives for giving Kate Middleton the potentially dangerous lavender cookies are pure. Camilla Parker-Boyles did not have pure motives when she was making Prince William's mother's, Princess Diana, life miserable.
Kate Middleton, more than likely, is surrounded by a team of specialist that is taking very good care of the Duchess of Cambridge and the baby she is carrying. Hopefully, Kate Middleton has a knowledgeable OB/GYN or an herbalist to help her make good food choices.