Small Packing will be done in Food Grade Silver Coated Aluminum Bottles Bulk Packing will be done in 180 Kg. Food Grade GI Barrels.
DESCRIPTION OF LOVAGE LEAF
This large perennial herb can grow up to 6 feet (2 meters) high. A hollow stem and thick, dense ornamental foliage are characteristic of this plant. Brought to the British Isles by the Romans, Lovage is one of the old English herbs that were commonly cultivated as a sweet herb, its reputation being founded largely on its pleasing aromatic odour. Until Victorian times it was used much like celery and asparagus in cooking, with its stems candied and seeds strewn on pastries, but also as a medicinal plant.
Lovage may be the only member of the Levisticum genus, but this leafy perennial plant is extremely valuable in cultures around the world. There is even a bit of mystery involved in this plant, which has the scientific nameLevisticum officinale, as scholars and botanists still debate hotly over its origins, between the Mediterranean region and southwest Asia. It has long been used in Europe and is highly sought after for its leaves, roots, and seeds.
Depending on the intended use, various parts of lovage can be used in salads, soups and broths, as a spice, or even as a flavoring ingredient in beverages and alcohol. The high concentration of coumarins, limonene, camphor, and eugenols contribute to the impressive health benefits associated with this herb, and while it is not widely used around the world, it is particularly favored in Europe and Asia. Now, let’s take a closer look at some of its important health benefits.