Vietnamese Lemon Balm Seeds Kinh Gioi Elsholtzia Ciliata Seeds Vietnamese Balm, Xiang ru (香薷), Lemon Mint.Vietnamese Mint Balm Oregano Seed Xiang Ru Herbal Seeds +Free MaskRegular price $10.99 Save $-10.99
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- Plant Feed: Slow release feed in spring. Watering: Keep well-watered.
- Basic Care: Very easy to grow in virtually any location. Best in fertile, well-drained soil. Stay well-watered during hot weather. Harvest foliage as needed
- Grown as a tender perennial in frost-free areas, and an annual herb elsewhere. It can grow up to 30 to 90cm with bright green leaves that are similar in scent and flavor to lemon verbena and lemongrass.
- The aromatic young leaves can be used as a potherb, salads, and vegetable dishes.
- Used in tea for soothing properties and leaves used in steam baths for better skin.
- It is used as a condiment for flavoring foodstuffs. It is used in herbal medicine and as a carminative and astringent. It can be eaten raw or cooked. The seeds are powdered and used for flavoring food.
- Vietnamese balm (also known as lemon balm) is a common addition to Vietnamese fresh rolls ( gỏi cuốn) or served alongside bun cha ( bún chả ). It has a bright lemon flavor with a hint of mint.
- Kinh gioi (Oregano) The indispensable dish of oregano is the bean vermicelli (Bun dau Hanoi). In all the vermicelli shops, its leaves are always the main herb using raw with the other ingredients of the dish. Oregano has light green, and its shape looks like the perilla leaves.
Elsholtzia Cristata Seed - Vietnamese mint balm Vegetable Seed- Vietnamese Lemon Mint Seed Elsholtzia cristata is a very common native plant in Vietnam and a standard ingredient in Vietnamese cuisine. The plant is ornamental as well as edible, producing bright green saw-edged leaves with a tangy, lemony flavor. Plant near paths, decks, or porches where the refreshing fragrance can be enjoyed. can be grown as a perennial in regions with mild winters. Culinary herbs for gardens and containers. A good complement to beef or poultry dishes and soups. Use fresh in salads, as a garnish, or put a leaf in tea to add a touch of lemon flavor. Wash fruits, vegetables, and herbs thoroughly before eating.