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Lovage Herbe de l’Amour

for this perennial herb attest to its history. The first and the official name comes from the fact that it grew prolifically in Liguria, that storied part of northern Italy where the Cinque Terre, Portofino and Santa Margherita are to be found. The second name, an old English one, is “loveache” which is derived from Latin. That name explains its reputation in many European countries as a love potion or aphrodisiac. The third one, “lovage” is the current word for and in Italy it was .

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