Lemon verbena is grown around the world, although it is native to Argentina and Chile. With tiny white blossoms and pointed, narrow leaves, lemon verbena, also sometimes called luisa, gets its name from the lemony fragrance of the leaves when they are crushed. Lemon verbena leaves are dried to make an herbal tea and can provide a number of protective benefits because of verbena's antioxidant content.
- Possible Obesity Aid
- Lower Inflammation
- Aids in Digestion
1~2 grams of verbena per 250g of hot water (85~95°C), steep the tea from 2~3 minutes.
SHELF - LIFE
Keep it in a cool and dry place