Lemon balm (Melissa Officinalis) is the first aid for people nowadays when everyone is physically and mentally exhausted and under constant stress. It has a great effect on the nerves and acts as a blood purifier.

Lemon balm stimulates sweating and thus cleanses the body of toxins. It stimulates digestion, soothes irritable bowel, abdominal cramps, muscle cramps, soothes headaches, nervousness, and beatings, reduces stress, and improves sleep.

Lemon balm tea

Lemon balm tea has an extremely pleasant lemon scent and a crisp, slightly sharp taste. It has a sedative, anti-inflammatory, and antiviral effect. It is recommended for better sleep, for improved digestion, to relieve symptoms of nausea and vomiting, for stressful situations, for headaches, for colds, and for nervous stress conditions.

Lemon balm tea against chronic headache and migraines

Add 1 tablespoon of dry lemon balm in 120 ml of boiling water. Allow it to stand for 10 minutes and then strain it. Drink the whole amount of tea, throughout the whole day, sip after sip.

Lemon balm tea for the treatment of angina pectoris

Pour 50-100 grams of fresh lemon balm into 500 ml of boiling water. Allow it to stand for 30 minutes, then drain. In the end, add 1 tablespoon of honey and half a lemon juice. You can consume this tea throughout the day, but it is the most important to drink 1 cup before bedtime to soothe the body after a hard day.

Tea with lemon balm for help with insomnia

Make a mixture of 1 tablespoon lemon balm, 1 tablespoon mint and 1 tablespoon rosemary. Pour 700 ml of boiling water over the whole mixture. Allow to stand in a covered bowl for 2 hours, then drain. Drink 200 milliliters of this tea, half an hour before the main meals.

Sources:

www.healthline.com

www.teabenefits.com

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