Lemon balm tea
The lemon balm (melissa officinalis) is also called melissa and its name is constantly attributed to the other widely used medicinal herb: lemongrass! This is from the mint family, even the leaves are similar, but the leaves of the lemon balm are larger. It has a large list of health-beneficial properties, but perhaps the best known is that of soothing, being much used to ensure a good night's sleep.
In cooking and cosmetics, this herb is widely used, as well as in liqueurs, since it has a special and peculiar aroma, which, in poultry, salads and fish seasonings, also has a good effect. Fresh leaves are used, since the droughts do not have so intense flavor or aroma.
An excellent indication of a lemon balm tea recipe is to help those who wish to abandon the terrible smoking habit!
Analgesic, antiallergic, healing
Antiseptic, tonic, sedative
Indicated in cases of gastric problems
Age against cellulite
Cleans and heals skin: with acne, invigorates, oiliness
It ends with anxiety, headache, nervous breakdown, depression, epilepsy, eye pain, migraines, melancholia, fatigue, insomnia, menstrual problems, nervousness
Lemon balm, plant (100%).
How to use:
Put the contents of 3 tablespoons in a liter of cold water, bring to the boil and boil 2 minutes, after a few minutes in the brew and drink 1 cup after the main meals, with or without sugar.
Once opened, store in the original package in a dry place away from sunlight.
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