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What Lemon balm herb Is:

The genus name, Melissa, comes from the Greek word meaning "bee." Long ago beekeepers rubbed its scented, serrated leaves on hives to attract the little stingers. A member of the mint family, the herb is native to the Mediterranean and certain areas of Asia but now exudes its distinct lemony aroma over much of the eastern and central United States.

This essential oil-rich herb has a long history of use as a remedy for nervousness and depression. It has carminative, nervine, anti-spasmodic, anti-depressive, diaphoretic and anti-microbial effects.

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It is used to treat anxiety, depression, insomnia, flatulence, allergies, migraine and viral infections such as herpes.

 

 
 
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