Cinnamon Myrtle was traditionally used to relieve mild digestive system ailments, heartburn, and colic.
The herb has a delicious cinnamon-like aroma and flavour. It’s the perfect addition to ice creams, dressings and sauces.
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Sourced from small farmers in Northern New South Wales, Australia.
Cinnamon myrtle has been used by indigenous people as an antiseptic agent. Major components of cinnamon myrtle’s essential oil are methyl eugenol and elemicin which exhibit antiseptic activity.
- Research shows strong antimicrobial activity of a wide range of pathogenic bacteria.
- Cinnamon myrtle is a potent inhibitor of P. mirabilis, E.coli and K. pneumpniae. - P. mirabilis infection can trigger rheumatoid arthritis and is a common cause of urinary tract infections.
- The leaves of cinnamon myrtle have been used medicinally to make calming tea useful for dyspepsia, heartburn, colic and the digestive system.
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