picture: mid-August 2004
Chile, Argentina, Peru
tba as we observe this location through the seasons.(see also comments)
fresh or dried leaves, essential oil
sedative, antispasmodic, antipyretic
as a relaxing tea, for nervous disturbances, colds, fever, and minor digestive disorders (indigestion, colic, flatulence)
This happy plant is currently residing in our outdoor shower which is much like a greenhouse. Needless to say it is very, very cozy there! Brushing against it will release a wonderful refreshing lemon aroma.
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