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Lemon Balm (Melissa officinalis) Organic Dried Herbs

Lemon Balm (Melissa officinalis) Organic Dried Herbs

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50g Organic Dried Herbs

Used by humans for over 2000 years, a favorite herb among many herbalists and alchemists. Considered to Paracelsus to be a cure-all, Melissa was said to be revered the most. Being a nervine, Lemon Balm’s main action is to act on the nervous system but it also tonifies the digestive system and the brain. This makes the herb very good at bringing the Gut/Brain dynamic into harmony. A mild yet effective Nootropic, Lemon Balm is said to increase focus and concentration. It is a mild herb with profound effects and is safe for everyone to use. It is considered especially effective for children who may be cranky, hyperactive yet exhausted at the same time at the early onset of an illness. Lemon Balm works well for ear infections, too – particularly in children. Mood elevating and tension relieving, it’s a good option for people who struggle with anxiety and depression. It promotes calm sedation without causing drowsiness, so can be effectively used during the daytime during work or school


Melissa officinalis.

Tinctures or this herb are available.

Internal Uses:


Anti-anxiety & depression

Excellent nerve tonic

Calms restlessness & tension


Indigestion & cramps


Menstruation cramps

Relieves symptoms and cold & flu

Boosts cognitive function

Relieves headaches

Eases insomnia & sleep disorders

External Uses:

Herpes ointment

Cold sores

Toothache – the Oil of Lemon Balm is applied directly to the tooth and gum

Spiritual Uses:

Love, success, healing, and psychic/spiritual development

Attract love by carrying a small pouch of Lemon Balm on you

To banish depression, sprinkle a few leaves about on the floor


Do not use if pregnant or breastfeeding

Prolonged use is not advisable

This data included on this website should not take the place of medical advice. We encourage you to talk to your healthcare providers about your interest in, questions about, or use of herbs and what may be best for your overall health.