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  • Why is Lemon Myrtle so special?
     
    The Australian native Lemon myrtle (Backhousia citriodora) is the source of the most potent form of citral on the earth and as early as the 1920’s the aromatherapy oil was exported from Australia to perfume and essential oil manufacturers in oil Europe excited by its superior quality.
     
    Apart from its esteemed culinary and fragrance value lemon myrtle is both a powerful calmative when used as a tea and a powerful anti-microbial and anti-fungal agent, surpassing even pure citral and the Australian tea- tree.
    By recognising and taking advantage of the therapeutic powers of the gifts that mother-earth has provided to us of which lemon myrtle is a most worthy and eminent member, the human race may begin to regain the vitality, vigour and resilience that is our birthright

    Lemon myrtle in flower

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    Lemon myrtle tree in flower

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    Lemon myrtle chicken

About lemon myrtle

Australian Lemon Myrtle, (Backhousia citriodora)  is an amazing tree native to Australia. It is acknowledged by many as the best natural source of citral on the earth. Its most common names are “lemon scented myrtle” and “lemon ironwood” and most commonly “lemon myrtle”. It is grown commercially chiefly in Northern NSW and into South-East Queensland.  READ MORE

 
 

Our fresh lemon myrtle leaf

We supply fresh Lemon Myrtle leaf from our Sunshine Coast farm.  We ship to you in polystyrene containers containing 600 grams of either unstripped or stripped leaf.  It is recommended that EXPRESS POST be selected as the desired shipping method to ensure one day delivery times (for most post codes). READ MORE

 

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Tubestock available soon

We will be making available lemon myrtle tree tubestock shortly – by Australia Post or by collection from the farm.

The planting of lemon myrtle can have a good success rate if generous mulch and love is applied during the first few years of the plant’s life. For more information please contact us. 
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Share your story!

If you have had an experience with using Lemon myrtle for therapeutic or culinary purposes, we would love to hear it. If you are wiling to have us publish your story on our website then we will send you a 200 gram pack of fresh leaf for only the cost of the Express Pack!!

 

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If you have interest in buying oil distilled from lemon myrtle leaf send an email to Jim at "Simply Native": This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or click on the image above.

We are sure he will be pleased to help you!