Maggi Herb Root Powder Germ Reduced Organic
Origin and history of Maggi Root Powder
Lavas (Levisticum officinale) is a perennial plant in the Umbelliferae or Apiaceae family. The plant is also known as Maggi plant because its strong smell is reminiscent of the Maggi aroma, however Lovage is not an ingredient of the original Maggi recipe. Lovage is a herbaceous plant native to Southern Europe. The Romans spread the herb with their conquests through Europe. The plant is native to South-East Asia and Iran. The species is now found throughout Europe and North America as well as sporadically in northern Thailand.
The Cultivation of Lovage
The plant grows in very nutritious soil in the sun, is moisture-loving and can grow taller than two metres. Lovage has hollow stems and large umbels.
The uses of Maggi herb root
The root is eaten as a vegetable, tastes mildly bitter and has a mild diuretic effect on your kidneys (increasing your urine production). Use the powder in soups, salad, meat, fish, egg, ragout, vegetables and stews
Where do I purchase organic maggi herb root powder?
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|Recommended Use||According to taste|
|Special Characteristics||BIO, Kiemarm|
|Country of cultivation||Belgium|
|Private Label possible?||Yes|
|Energy (kcal/kJ)||173 kcal / 725 KJ|
|Saturated Fats||1 g|
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