Lemon Balm

Lemon balmLemon balm tea

(Melissa officinalis)

Actions: diaphoretic, carminative, nervine, antispasmodic, antihistamine, antimicrobial, sedative, antiviral, partus praeparator, antioxidant, decongestant

Parts used: Leaves


How to brew: Infusion

Lemon balm benefits:

  • Alleviates stress, agitation and anxiety
  • Antidepressant and tonic for the nerves, reduces feelings of panic
  • Mood elevating
  • Reduces hypertension
  • Soothe the digestive tract and relieves digestive disorders such as nausea and cramps
  • Relieves headaches, migraine, vertigo
  • Helps fight colds, flu, catarrh, chest infections, coughs and asthma
  • Antiviral against herpes simplex & mumps
  • Helps reduce allergic reaction such as hay fever and allergic rhinitis
  • Eases and speeds childbirth when taken prior and during the birth
  • Considered suitable and safe for children


  • Antiseptic for cuts and wounds
  • Cream or oil applied topically has been found useful for herpes


Lemon balm

Lemon Balm leaf tea

Available in 50g

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