Aniseed Myrtle (Backhousia anisata) is organically grown in Australia
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Actions Respiratory, refreshing, antifungal, antibacterial, calmative, sedative.
Has been used to help alleviate stiff joints. Lemon myrtle has many uses. Its leaves can be used fresh or dried and the oil can be extracted through distillation. Fresh or ground dried leaf have many applications in sweet or savory dishes and teas.
Lemon Myrtle makes a great lemon tea either hot or iced. The fragrance of lemon myrtle, combined with its antifungal and antibacterial properties, make it an ideal ingredient in the manufacture of cosmetics and toiletries such as soap, shampoo, shower gel, skin cream and moisturisers, and bath teas A very strong tea can also be used to help rid plants of fungus and mildew problems.