Feverfew & Lemongrass Tea brings together two well known herbs to provide a brew of complementary flavors that is delightfully citrusy and refreshing.
Feverfew Lemongrass Health Benefits
- Contains parthenolide
- Contains flavonols
- Contains terpenoids
Organic Feverfew Lemongrass Tea
A flowering plant in the daisy family Asteraceae, tanacetum parthenium, or feverfew, is a traditional medicinal herb most commonly prescribed for migraines. Native to Eurasia, feverfew is now also found all over Europe, North America, and Chile. A sun-loving perennial herb, feverfew is a hardy plant that can become quite invasive. Lemongrass, or cymbopogon, is a tropical island plant in the grass family, and is best known as a culinary herb incorporated into Asian cooking. With a gentle citrus flavor, its distinct taste adds a delightful essence to soups, curries, and, not as often, tea. This carefully balanced blend harmonizes the flavor of these two herbs to produce an aromatic herbal blend with a hint of delicious citrus flavor.