Bulukutu (Lippia multiflora) also called "savannah tea" is an aromatic herbaceous,
sub-ligous, perennial plant from the African savannahs.
It is an aromatic, perennial plant from bush savannah of Africa.
The leaves are dried in the sun and then infused in hot water to help
brings down hypertension, eases digestion, reduce fever, stomachaches, and detox.
It is consumed both for its unique taste but above all for its virtues.
Its taste is very pleasant, it has some small notes of citronella.
In traditional medicine, it is used alone or in combination with other plants for the treatment of back pain, cough, fever, bloating, constipation "Olinga, Olinga nte, Mbokoko esalisaka, nature".
Bulukutu is a godsend in agriculture as it protects crops from harmful insects. Besides being taken as tea, it helps also as an insecticide in agriculture. Indeed, these leaves are introduced into bags of corn, cassava, beans and other crops. The insects do not dare to enter the bags containing the Bulukutu.