Lemon Myrtle

Lemon Myrtle (30th April 2022):

Lemon Myrtle is sometimes alluded to as the “Queen of The Lemon Herbs”. It possesses an acute citrus flavor and fragrance, and has been used in indigenous cuisine and medicine for a long time. In the wild, it can be found in the subtropical rainforests of south-eastern and central Queensland. Mature Lemon Myrtle trees reach 8m (25 ft) in height, or higher when crowned, but are usually smaller. The leaves are evergreen, tapering to a point at the apex and sometimes at the base with a glossy green color and an entire margin. The flowers are creamy white, produced in tussocks at the end of the branches from summer through to autumn. Indisputably one of the most exoteric of Australia’s vicinal herbs, lemon myrtle’s fresh tangy leaves can be used in syrups, teas, cakes, sauces, biscuits, ice creams and meat dishes. Essential oil exuded from the leaves has a zestful lemony scent, and has been found to possess antibacterial and antifungal characteristics.

Benefits of Lemon Myrtle

Tackles Sinus and Bronchitis Infection

If you’re having sinusitis or bronchitis complications, lemon myrtle oil can be of eminent help. Lemon myrtle has anti-inflammatory qualities that help in minimizing the inflammation of the nasal passage while its anti-infection properties combat infections that cause sinus problems. As bronchitis also is the inflammation of the mucous membrane in the bronchial passage, the use of the essential oils from lemon myrtle can alleviate the inflammation as well as fight and clear the infection.


Antimicrobials are commonly used in products to kill or stop the growth of micro-organisms which, in the skin or the body, can be troublesome to fight or control infections. As the citral (essential oil) in lemon myrtle is between 93-98%, its chastity delivers antimicrobial properties more highly rated for its benefits than the other far-famed native – Tea Tree. Also, the very properties which make lemon myrtle antimicrobial make it antibacterial and antiseptic as well.

High in Antioxidants

Antioxidants are found in foods and produced by the body and help to conserve cells from damage to DNA and other cell structures caused by potently detrimental molecules, which build up and cause oxidative stress. Oxidative stress increases the jeopardy of cancers, heart disease, Type 2 Diabetes and many other refractory diseases. Antioxidants restrain the oxidization process in the body thereby helping to conserve cells. Lemon myrtle is one of those most renowned for high antioxidant content and can be consumed by drinking Lemon Myrtle Tea.

High in Vitamin C

The muster and purity of citral in the lemon myrtle essential oil and leaf transmute into high levels of Vitamin C – necessary for the reparation of body tissue, the production of enzymes to boost the immune system and keep it functioning. Additionally, vitamin C assists the body’s absorption of iron which helps with tissue regrowth and healing muscles.

Cures Indigestion

Lemon myrtle has been found beneficial in treating indigestion and gastrointestinal complications like bloating, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea. Certain peculiarities of lemon myrtle help in stimulating the digestion process.

Cures Sore Throat

A sore throat can be very pungent to endure. The anti-inflammatory, antiseptic and antibacterial properties of lemon myrtle help in treating sore throat by killing bacteria and minimizing inflammation. Lemon myrtle essential oil can be ingested with honey for remission from sore throat.

Treats Acne

Lemon myrtle is efficient for cleansing bothersome pimples and acne from the face and body. It assists with keeping the skin clean and decreasing the amount of oil that is originated by the skin. The anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory features are topnotch for killing the germs which are causing the pores to get infected and decrementing the inflammation caused by them. Lemon myrtle oil can be used by adding in body lotion in order to be relieved from acne and pimple problems.

Energy Creation and Gene Maintenance

Magnesium is required for more than 500 reactions in the body including gene maintenance and producing energy. Every cell in the body contains magnesium and needs it to operate properly. But many people don’t attain the recommended daily amount of magnesium required for the body to function properly due to some major or minor complications. Since Lemon myrtle is rich in magnesium, one can definitely be benefitted.

Final Thoughts

Lemon myrtle adds a dash of luring flavor and aroma to many spicy dishes. It is flushed with favorable vitamins, nutrients and minerals. This rich nutritional profile helps raise overall health.  It eases gastrointestinal complications, helps relieve depression, helps you sleep, and boost oral health and immunity. However, overuse may have unsavory side effects. If you experience any hostile effects, limit its use and seek medical advice.

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