Lemon Myrtle

Lemon Myrtle illustration

(Backhousia citriodora)

Lemon Myrtle has been traditionally used for its antimicrobial properties to treat skin infections and wounds and great for digestive upsets.

A popular Australian native plant, it has been commonly used in teas and praised for its properties to aid immunity, concentration and relaxation due to it possessing high amounts of vitamin C, a potent concentration of citral and lutein. It assists in managing gastric upsets like bloating, diarrhoea as it's a powerful digestive aid.

Why we think it's bloody amazing

Antimicrobial

Potent concentration of citral which helps fight bacteria and protects from infection.

Immunity

High in vitamin C to boost the immune system, the lemon myrtle also benefits sore throats, infections, and in some cases asthma.

Gut health

It assists with indigestion & digestive issues like bloating, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhoea as it acts as a digestive aid. ... It is known to coat the insides of the digestive system whilst having a soothing affect.

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