The leaves are indicated for the treatment of dyspepsia (a digestive disorder that occurs after meals and whose most common symptoms are nausea, bloating and stomach pain, heartburn and flatulence), abdominal distension caused by the production and accumulation of gases and excessive gastrointestinal spasms.
Lemon verbena is an excellent organoleptic aroma and flavor corrector. Traditionally it is considered to be a digestive, carminative (to help expel gases from the digestive tract) and antispasmodic (to relieve or soothe intestinal spasms). It has also been used as a mild tranquilizer.
Tea leaves, which after harvesting, are stabilized by steam pressure, preventing enzymatic oxidation.