Lemon balm is fast-growing, fragrant and resembles peppermint in appearance, native to southern Europe. Its strongly antiviral, antibacterial and aromatic. It’s also a digestive stimulant, an antidepressant, antihistamine and nerve tonic.
Common medicinal uses include: assisting in allergy relief, mood lifting, relieves tension and anxiety.
Lemon balm is an aromatic herb that belongs to the mint family. Upon pressing, the leaves release a strong lemon fragrance and have a sweet lemon zest flavor. The lemon balm plant is largely grown in the United States and Europe. Its leaves have extraordinary antioxidant properties. Due to this, it has been used in ancient and modern medicines. Lemon balm leaves also contribute in flavoring foods. It has excellent impact on health and therefore, many consume it in the form of capsules, tincture, and tea.