Beginning her journey to Europe along the Spanish around the 17th century, Louisa took her name in honor of Maria- Louisa Teresa de Parma, wife of King Charles the 4th of Spain.
In the early years, Louisa was used exclusively to create fragrances due to the intimate lemon sensation that characterizes it, but it did not take long to discover its countless healing attributes.
Louisa is broadly known for its tonic, antioxidant, anti- inflammatory and antimicrobial action, earning its place among the top pharmaceutical and beneficial herbs for the human body. Its therapeutic properties help to soothe the digestive system, relieve the stomach, calm the nervous system by offering relaxing sleep and also wins the fight with the bad breath of the mouth.
Extra info: Louisa’s hot extract is famous for its aphrodisiac attributes.
Note: It should be avoided by people with hypotension issues because, due to its diuretic action it reduces blood pressure. It should also be avoided by women during pregnancy and breastfeeding period.
Recommended Dosage: For each cup, it is proposed 1 gram of mint (1 teaspoon)
Add fresh, warm, filtered water (95º – 100º C) in a pot and leave the tea to infuse for 4-8 minutes, with the lid on, to allow the essential oils to be released. It can be served plain, with honey or with stevia leaf. *Please contact us for information about cold drinks and cocktails.
LEMON VERBENA TEA 1g/150ml