Lemon balm tea
Melissa officinalis

 
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!

 
Therapeutic indications:
  • Analgesic, antiallergic, healing
  • Antiseptic, tonic, sedative
  • Relaxing, soothing
  • 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
Ingredients:
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.

 
Storage:
Once opened, store in the original package in a dry place away from sunlight.

 
Presentation: Packing with 50g