Hambleden Herbs - Organic Lemon Verbena Tea Bags, 27.5g

Hambleden Herbs - Organic Lemon Verbena Tea Bags, 27.5g

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Quick Description

Start your day feeling refreshed with the Hambleden Herbs Organic Lemon Verbena Tea Bags. Made with organic Lemon Verbena packaged in biodegradable tea bags.

Key Information

  • Natural Herbal Tea
  • Refreshing and Invigorating
  • Organic Lemon Verbena
  • Soil Association Certified
  • Biodegradable Tea Bags

Product Overview

A cup of Hambleden Herbs Organic Lemon Verbena Tea is the perfect way to start any morning.

Boasting vibrant flavour and freshness, this natural herbal tea is made with lemon verbena which has been certified as organic by the Soil Association, a UK charity that champions the use of sustainable and organic farming.

Hambleden Herbs’ Lemon Verbena Tea has a zesty, citrus flavour accompanied by fresh grassy notes for a drinking experience that is both refreshing and invigorating. It will leave you feeling cleansed, uplifted and ready to take on the day!

Lemon Verbena herbal tea is widely drunk for its potential health benefits. Research suggests that the antioxidant properties of this South American herb can help to boost the immune system and aid digestion and constipation.

For this reason, many people choose to drink Lemon Verbena Tea after their evening meal.

The Hambleden Herbs Organic Lemon Verbena Tea Bags are available in a biodegradable format and come without the string, tag, or envelope.


Organic Lemon Verbena

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Lemon Verbena?

Lemon verbena, also known as Lemon Beebrush, is a species of flowering plant native to Chile and Argentina.

The leaves and flowers of the lemon verbena plant are used to make herbal teas, liqueur, and medicines. In some countries, they are also used as a culinary herb to add zesty flavour to marinades, dressings, yoghurts, and puddings. The herb was brought to Europe by the Spanish and Portuguese in the 17th century.