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“Lemon balm causes the mind and heart to become merry”.


Family: Lamiaceae

Latin name: Melissa officinalis

Other common names: balm mint, common balm, balm.

Lemon balm is a herbaceous perennial plant that has a distinctive lemon scent. It originates from the southeastern Europe, Mediterranean region, Central Asia and Iran. Lemon balm usually grows up to 70-150 cm in height. The leaves are similar to mint leaves and can vary in color from yellowish green to dark green. The flowers are small, white or light yellow and rich in nectar.

Useful components

  • Valuable essential oil
  • Ascorbic acid
  • Tannins
  • Eugenol
  • Terpenes
  • Acids
  • Fatty oil
  • Macro and microelements

Lemon Balm Tea Recipe


  • 3 tbsp of chopped herb
  • 250 ml of water

Pour the boiling water over the chopped lemon balm. Cover the mixture with a lid, infuse it for about 15 minutes. To enhance the taste and benefits of the drink, add a teaspoon of honey. This tea is an effective treatment for neurosis and sleep disorders. It also fights colds and strengthens the protective functions of the body.

Lemon Balm in Cosmetology

The useful properties of the plant are widely used in cosmetology. Lemon balm is added to shampoos, balms, creams, soaps. The active ingredients of the herb are used in skin and hair care. It promotes skin elasticity, removes excessive oiliness, improves skin color, accelerates metabolism, fights inflammation and acne. Regular use of decoctions and infusions makes hair smooth and beautiful. Lemon balm cures dandruff and strengthens hair. Lemon balm essential oil is very popular in cosmetology. It is added to masks, lotions, creams, relaxing baths.

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