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Lemon verbena, also known as Vervain and Lemon Bee Bush, is a perennial shrub native to South America that was introduced to Europe by the Spanish in the 1600s. As its common name implies, the plant possesses lemon-scented foliage.
The leaf, fresh or dried, is used to flavor chicken, vegetables, rice, baked goods, and various hot and cold beverages, including tea. Dried lemon verbena can also be encapsulated or tinctured.
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