Aniseed Myrtle belongs to Kingdom Planatae and Myrtaceae family. It is also known as Ringwood or aniseed tree. It is an Australian Rainforest tree which is well known for the aromatic nature of its leaves and the benefits of its oil extracts.
Avocado, scientifically referred to as Persea Americana, belongs to the flowering plant family Lauraceae. The tree ranges to a height of 66 feet. The leaves of the tree are dark, broad and thick giving a helping it be a tree for shade.
Bee Balm is commonly known as crimson bee balm, scarlet bee balm, scarlet monarada, Oswego tea and bergamot. The botanical name of bee balm is Monaradadidyma which belongs to family Lamiaceae and of the type Herbaceous perennial.
Bilberries are low growing shrubs found mainly in the continent of Eurasia including places like Britain, Siberia and Barbary. These plants bear globular wax-like flowers which turn into fruits that are usually dark-blue in colour.
Cananga odorata also known as cananga is originated from Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines. It is also called locally as Ylang Ylang. It is a large tropical evergreen tree belonging to the family Annonaceae.
Coriander is an integral part of Indian dishes. They are regularly used for garnishing purposes and in salads or soups. They are a rich source of potassium, iron, vitamins A, K, and C, folic acid, magnesium and calcium that provide many health benefits.