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Lippia Dulcis (Sweet Herb). eibren. June 2, I tried the "Search" function unsuccessfully, but since Hortiplex also didn't seem to have much to offer, thought I. Lippia dulcis. taxon author · Ludolph Christian Treviranus · date of taxon name publication. 0 references. taxon rank · species. 0 references. parent taxon. Part shade tender perennial that has incredibly sweet flavored leaves. Has medicinal properties and is used in teas as well. Great container plant.
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In traditional medicine, Aztec sugar is consumed to lippia dulcis bronchial mucus. We have bought quite a lot from you in the past and we will shortly be ordering a range of seeds. Other members of Lippia such as L.
Lippia dulcis has historically been used as a natural sweetener and as a medicinal herb in Mexico. It is not recommended for children or pregnant women due lippia dulcis the potential antispasmodic effects.
Medicinal Uses Aztec Sweet Herb has historical significance as a medicinal herb for the Aztecs, tribal cultures in Central American countries lippia dulcis later the Spanish were introduced to the plant. It has a soothing and calming effect on mucosal surfaces and today may be used by some herbalists lippia dulcis an expectorant for coughs, bronchitis and respiratory ailments.
The plant is boiled and the vapours inhaled by placing the head over the bowl.
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I bought it as lippia dulcis sweetener replacement, but after reading up on it, will likely use as an ornamental. I could not find a lot of research, but thought it important to note these issues.
My two Aztec plants thrived during the record breaking heat and drought we found ourselves in here in the Texas Lippia dulcis Plains this summer.