To me, Lemon balm is quite underappreciated in the medicinal herb realm. Few know exactly what a wide range of benefits it offers. Melissa officinalis is the botanical name of this herb. Melissa was the goddess of bees and honey, and there's this lovely saying that if you have lemon balm near your hives, you'll never have unhappy bees. <3 All lemon balm uses is organically grown in my garden.
Lemon Balm promotes longevity. It is a gentle sedative and calming herb, especially useful for treating nervousness and anxiety in adults and over excitement in children. It is my #1 go-to relieving my anxiety without making me sleepy. I will take a dropper full or two before a social setting or event.
Lemon balm has been used medicinally for centuries to address sleep disturbances, including restlessness and insomnia. It is a gentle nervine used to calm the nervous system, both central and peripheral. It encourages restful sleep, especially for those who have trouble falling asleep. In one study, parents reported their children slept more peacefully throughout the night with lemon balm supplementation. Lemon balm is calm and gentle enough for children and infants yet strong enough for adults!
Another beneficial use for this amazing little herb is as a digestive add. It is carminative & antispasmodic, which dispels gas and bloating decreases spasms. Take before eating a meal or when indigestion hits. A tincture can also be applied to a cold sore to reduce the duration.
Lastly, lemon balm acts as a thyroid suppressant, which quiets an overactive thyroid (i.e., Graves’ Disease or hyperthyroidism).
Ingredients: LOVE, Lemon Balm, alcohol, and local honey. To Use: Adults Take 1-2 droppers as needed.
*The above statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Please note that this product is a natural herbal supplement meant to support your current regimen for maintaining intrinsic health and is not meant to be a substitute for medical care. As per FDA regulations, all presented information and products are not meant to treat, diagnose, prevent, or cure any disease. I recommend that you consult with your qualified healthcare practitioner before using herbal products if you have any questions regarding their effect in combination with your unique bodily needs, particularly if you are pregnant, nursing, or on medications.