Myrtle is one of the oldest and historically important medicinal herbs. The leaves and berries are commonly used in Middle Eastern culinary dishes to season lamb. Other regions use myrtle to season lamb and pork dishes. The herb has curative and restorative properties. It has anticancer and anti-inflammatory properties and has long been used to aid digestion, cure lung ailments, fight acne, and help treat bladder and kidney infections.
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