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Lemon Verbena

  • Commodity : Lemon Verbena
  • Code : IEM-1187
  • Class : Medicinal Herbs
  • Type : Dried
  • Grade : Grade A
  • Minimum Order : 2,000 kg
  • Origin : Iran
  • Packing : Bulk– Bag 25 Kg – Carton box 10 kg - Packing @ Customer's Request
  • Supply Ability : 5,000 Kg per Month
  • Sample : Available to forward
  • Term Of Delivery : EXW-FSA-FAS-FOB-CFR-CIF-CPT-CIP
  • Payment Term : TT- 30 % against PI, 70 % against Draft BL
  • Documents : HC,CO, BL, Packing List, Invoice & etc.
  • Delivery Time : 15 - 20 Days
  • Inspection : Possible

Description

 

Iranian Export Lemon Verbena

 

Lemon verbena grass is the name of an aromatic medicinal plant and perennial shrub that has a pleasant lemon verbena scent. The most important ingredients in lemon verbena are related to the aroma of its leaves. This plant is used in perfumery and pharmaceutical industry. Lemon verbena has a very long history of use in traditional medicine for the treatment of colds, fever, anxiety, indigestion, spasms and insomnia. It is also known as a booster of the immune system and a natural aid for weight loss. Lemon verbena essential oil is also used in the food industry.

 

 

Iranian Lemon Verbena Harvest Season

 

Lemon verbena is a plant that is evergreen in the tropics but loses its leaves in cold regions in winter. The lemon verbena plant can be planted in a greenhouse. Lemon verbena planting time is from March 6 to April 10, and every year the plant is harvested lemon verbena three times in June, August, November.

 

 

Size And Types Of Iranian Lemon Verbena

 

Lemon verbena shrub is 1.5 to 2 meters, sometimes up to 3 to 5 meters.

 

Lemon Verbena Planting And Production Place In Iran

 

Lemon verbena originally belongs to Fars province and Shiraz city, although this plant was cultivated in other regions of Iran including Yasuj, Hormozgan north, southwest of Markazi province, north Khorasan, south Mazandaran, center and east of Golestan, Lorestan province and Sirjan Kerman. But the best type of lemon verbena belongs to Shiraz.

 

 

Types Of Iranian Lemon Verbena Export Packaging

 

Due to its sensitivity, lemon verbena should be packed in cartons to prevent them from being damaged during sunlight and moisture during transportation. Therefore, the lemon verbena is packed in dry and fresh form, which includes large lemon verbena leaves, green color, better smell and healthy physical appearance in packaging bags and cartons. Drying lemon verbena is done both by machine and traditionally, which is placed in the shade to dry. One of the criteria for being original is considered to be Shiraz lemon verbena.

 

 

How To Send Iranian Lemon Verbena For Export

 

Due to the short distance and lower transportation costs, land is used to export this product to neighboring countries, but in the case of exporting this product to European countries, air transportation is still a good choice for their export.

 

Export And Import Statistics Of Lemon Beebrush In The World

 

Huge investments have been made in some European and Western countries, such as Germany, Austria, Belgium, France, and Spain, in the production and processing of herbal medicines, of which lemon verbena is one of the most important medicinal plants. Although lemon verbena is a plant native to South America, due to its powerful medicinal properties, it is now cultivated all over the world, including in most warm and temperate regions such as the Mediterranean region of Europe. The main suppliers of lemon verbena are: Chile, Peru and some European and American countries.

 

 

Lemon Verbena Export Statistics From Iran

 

Dried lemon verbena is one of the most popular plants in Iran and other parts of the world, which is used for making tea. Native species of the genus Lippia are also found in tropical and subtropical regions of our country. The product is exported to the lemon verbena produced by Iranian farmers to Germany, Turkey, Arab countries and Russia. For example, the export of Sirjan city reaches about 200 kg of leaves to lemon verbena, the main buyers of which are Western European countries, especially Germany, England, France and Eastern Europe, and the United States, India, Pakistan and the Persian Gulf countries. .