Lemon Myrtle grows in the wet coastal areas of Northern NSW and Southern QLD Australia. It contains high amounts of citral, which accounts for the amazing citrus notes similar to lemon grass.
Add 1/4-1/2 tsp to: jams, pizza, fish and chips, salt & pepper mix for calamari rings & chicken, syrups, teas, pickles, sweets, butters, cakes, sauces and icecreams/icypoles. Marinades and rubs, seafood, raw food dishes, salads, vegetarian and vegan dishes, soups, pasta, stews, roast vegetables and salad dressings.
Lemon Myrtle is high in antioxidants, calcium, vitamin E, zinc, magnesium and lutein.
Contains anti-microbial and anti-fungal properties.
Anti-oxidants help fight against free radicals that attack our body cells
Lutein is good for eye health and may assist in prevention of macular degeneration.
Calcium is good for bones, skin and teeth.
Magnesium is needed in every cell of our body, for energy, muscle function, heart health, anxiety relief, and more.