[HERB] Lemon Balm | Melissa


Scientific name: Melissa Officinalis
Melissa is an herb commonly used in the north and south of the country. It has a gentle and pleasant lemony scent. Melissa belongs to the family of lipids (such as sage, lavender, rosemary, azov and others).

Culinary Uses:
Recommended as a salad or as an addition to green salads with sorrel leaves and watercress.

Other Uses:

  • Anxiety and Depression Melissa is considered to be one of the plants that increase serotonin nerve conduction, thus facilitating a feeling of calm, relief. 
  • Attention and concentration - Melissa helps in cases of ADHD, mild sleep disorders by drinking infusion. 
  • Insect bites contain substances that help shrink blood vessels and heal wounds. Melissa is known for its strong anti-viral and anti-viral
  • treatment, which is effective for treating herpes, herpes, and genital herpes. 
  • Respiratory system - Melissa is recommended for breathing problems caused by a virus or bacterium. 
  • Encouraging menstruation - Melissa improves blood flow to the pelvis and encourages menstruation. 
  • Lower Blood Pressure - Melissa relieves spasms and relieves digestion and blood pressure resulting from stress. 

Directions : Use Melissa to apply hot water, filter and drink

Cautions and warnings:
• Pregnant women must not.
• Do not those who suffer from glaucoma
• Do not those who suffer under activity of the thyroid gland

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