Lion's Mane and Lemon Myrtle Mouth Mist
Lion’s Mane and Lemon Myrtle
Delivers a delicious refreshing uplift so you can reach your state of flow.
Our Mouth Mists allow for the most effective and convenient use, so you can spray whenever you need to and easily carry on with your daily activities. The Mouth Mists quickly freshen your mouth leaving you uplifted through the day.
All of our Mouth Mists are infused with Lemon Myrtle, an elegant native Australian shrub with soft green leaves and white feathery flowers that releases a beautiful creamy lemon and lime fragrance recognisable to many people. The flavour profile of Lemon Myrtle is distinctively lemony and zesty and leaves a pleasant lingering aftertaste that cleanses the palette. Some people say it is more lemon than lemon.
Australian Indigenous people have used Lemon Myrtle leaves for centuries. It was traditionally used to treat mild illness such as coughs, colds and stomach sickness .
All of our Mouth Mists are:
- Non GMO
- Vegan Friendly
- Gluten Free
- Sugar Free
- Made in Australia
Serving size: 3 sprays
How To Use: Apply three (3) pump sprays into mouth. Do not inhale while spraying. Avoid contact with eyes. Shake well before use.
Servings per 60ml bottle: 125
Ingredients: Lion's Mane Mycelia and Fruiting Body, Lemon Myrtle Leaf Flavouring, Alcohol 20-24% v/v
*These statements have not been evaluated by the TGA or FDA. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
Please note - we do not deliver to countries that do not allow alcohol based products in their postal service. In these cases we suggest to order our mushroom powder products instead. Thank you for your understanding.
Please be aware that if you are shipping internationally you may be subject to custom duties. These charges are the sole responsibility of the customer purchasing. Please read our shipping policy carefully before purchasing anything. Thank you.
The company offers a money-back guarantee if you are not completely satisfied within the first 7 days of receiving it. Customers need to send the full product back to our address at the customer’s cost
 Horn, T., Barth, A., Rühle, M., Häser, A., Jürges, G. and Nick, P. (2012). Molecular diagnostics of Lemon Myrtle (Backhousia citriodora versus Leptospermum
citratum). European Food Research and Technology, 234(5), pp.853–861.