Paddy’s Green Lemon Myrtle
From Farm To You
Strong antimicrobial properties against fungi, yeast and bacteria
with a subtle, but distinct refreshingly intense aroma
Along with these natural health benefits, our high quality native Australian Lemon Myrtle oil and loose leaf tea taste and smell beautiful.
This superfood can help with issues such as candida, athletes foot, warts, cold sores and cracked skin. Lemon Myrtle can also de-stress, uplift and calm when used in a diffuser. It can even be used as a flea treatment for our pets.
“Greatly reduced the soreness of the cracked skin under my thumbnails and after 2 weeks has softened and smoothed the rough shin areas.” Beth from SA
At Paddy’s Green Lemon Myrtle we know the potential of this product and we are gearing up to bring it to the world!
Check out our range of Lemon Myrtle products in our online shop today.
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Our Lemon Myrtle Is Grown At Paddys Green
which is just outside Mareeba in Far North Queensland, where we have 300 sunny days a year – an attraction for Grey Nomads from all over the country. Whilst we cool down slightly in the winter we traditionally have a wet and dry season, which is perfect for the production of lemon myrtle.
The lemon myrtle trees have been growing for about 2.5 years and are now ready to harvest the new shoots. Harvesting the leaves and young stems is a carefully designed process to create the high quality products we see today.
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Lemon Myrtle makes a delicious and soothing tea!
Lemon Myrtle tea has anti-fungal and anti-inflammatory properties. It shows anti-yeast activity against Candida Albicans. It is non-acidic, caffeine free and it is high in anti-oxidants, which makes it a great drink for any time of the day.
“I love the tea! It tastes good & it’s very refreshing! It feels like it cleanses my whole system. I think it will be a lovely as an iced tea for the hot summer months too!” Margot from NSW