Lemon Verbena Soap
In Europe, particularly in France (where it is called verveine or verveine citronelle), lemon verbena has been used for years as a base for tea, a flavoring in cooking and liquors and a fragrance in perfumes and soaps. The leaves have a distinct lemon lilt but surprisingly don't taste like any of the other lemon-based plants, like lemon balm, lemon mint, lemon thyme or lemon grass. It has a lighter, less aggressive flavor that can be best described as lemon perfume. Pucker up with our sprightly version of this popular herb - you'll be glad you did! Saponified oils of soybean, coconut, palm, refined A olive, avocado, castor, cocoa butter, mango butter. Net wt. 4 oz.
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