LEMON VERBENA

Lemon verbena (Lippia citriodora), also known as Herb Louisa, is a small, woody, perennial shrub native to Chile, Argentina and Peru. Its shiny, pale-green, lance-shaped leaves, not only provide visual interest, but also release a mild lemon-like scent when bruised.

Lemon verbena leaves are harvested at the end of the growing season and dried for use in herbal tea blends,  infusions, perfumes and other craft and cosmetic creations.

Dried Lemon verbena can also be used as seasoning for foods and beverages.

Origin:
Greece, Morocco
Form:
Lemon balm leaves cut, Lemon balm leaves powder (for tea bags)
Quality:
Excellent
Cultivation:
Conventional/Organic
Packaging:
25 kg



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