Mayan Mint, Mint Mayan, Lippia dulcis, Medicinal Seeds, 100 Seeds, Organic, Mint, Mint Seeds, Organic Seeds, GMO Free Seeds,
Name: Mayan Mint
Scientific Name: Lippia dulcis
Perennial creeping plant with very showy purple leaves and upright cone-like flowers. Does well in pots. The taste is somewhat like stevia, but with aromatic overtones and no stevia aftertaste. This is a pre-sweetened tea herb, and it is really handsome in the garden, as well.
Origination: Native to Mexico
Treatment of bronchitis, cough, indigestion, liver disorders, hypertension, and dysentery.
ethanol extracts of Lippia dulcis were effective in reducing a variety of inflammatory reactions
effective antimicrobial agents.
Height: 4-6 Meters
Hardiness: Hardy Perennial
Flower Color: white and green
Characteristics: The flower is 6 mm in diameter and is presenting some twenty plus individual open flowers, each of which is approximately 1.6 mm in diameter. Scale-like bracts above will reflex, revealing the next flowers.
Uses: medicinal herbs
Start seeds indoors in flats in early spring. Sow seeds 1/8” deep in starter mix watering when soil surface dries out. Germination in 1-2 weeks. Transplant in well-draining full to partial sun location after two sets of true leaves appear. Water when soil dries and more frequently in summer. Plant hardy to 30 degrees so in northern climates. Not perennial outdoors.
Tammy Landers (verified owner) –
The sprouts are so tiny. I check them daily experiencing sweet anticipation as the first set of true leaves come on.
Ginger-Sue Hilliard (verified owner) –
Very excited about growing this! 100% germination!