With fresh and fruity lemon aroma, lemon balm can be used both for infusions, cooking or terapeutical purposes.
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Aromatic herb for infusions. Also used in fish dishes, fillings, soups, salads, sauces and desserts.
Lemon balm is mainly used for its calming effect, but also indicated for gastric issues, coughing, insomnia, head aches and palpitations. It is considered to be sedative, digestive, anti-inflammatory, tonic and antispasmodic. Applied externally, is helps infections caused by herpes.
It shall not be consumed by people with thyroid issues since it can inhibit the effect of medicines. Can irritate sensitive skin, despite its anti-inflammatory power. In some people, the sedative effect caused by lemon balm is preceded by an exciting phase.
Name : Lemon Balm (Melissa officinalis L.)
Part of the plant used: Leafs
Flavour: Fresh and fruity lemon aroma
Appearance: Green leafs.
METHOD OF PREPARATION:
Water temperature – 92 ° C
Quantity – 4g / L
Infusion time: 5 min
Foil, Tea Bag