What is Lippia?

Posted by Razy Garcia-Sanchez on

Lippia is a genus of plants in the Verbenaceae family. There are over 200 species of Lippia, which are native to tropical and subtropical regions of the world. These plants are known for their small, fragrant flowers and aromatic leaves.

Lippia plants are often used in herbal medicine, and many species are known for their medicinal properties. Some species of Lippia are used to treat anxiety, insomnia, and other ailments. The plants are also used in traditional medicine to treat a variety of conditions, including fever, colds, and coughs.

Lippia plants are also used in landscaping and gardening, as they are attractive and low-maintenance. Some species, such as Lippia citriodora, are known for their strong citrus aroma and are often used in perfumes and essential oils.

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