Country of Origin: Greece
Lemon balm is mainly used for its anxiolytic properties. It reduces stressful hormones that are responsible for oxidative stress, bad metabolism and poor heart health. The calming properties of lemon balm, relax the nervous system and reduce the symptoms of anxiety, stress and depression.
The calming properties of lemon balm reduce blood pressure and the possibility of atherosclerosis. It works against hypertension and minimizes the chances of strokes and heart attacks.
Lemon balm is used to improve brain function and enhance memory and has beneficial effects in those who are at risk of developing Alzheimer's disease.
Lemon balm is used for the health of the stomach. It acts against constipation, against gastroesophageal reflux and facilitates the digestion process, ensuring the correct absorption of nutrients.
The antibacterial and antiseptic properties of lemon balm make it a powerful weapon against cold, flu and infections. In addition to its antioxidant ingredients, lemon balm increases the production of white blood cells and reduces the mucus and phlegm in which pathogens develop.
It is traditionally used to relieve pain and period cramps. Its relaxing and analgesic properties, combined with its antispasmodic action, soften and relieve pain and anxiety during menstruation.
Lemon balm should not be used by people suffering from hypotension.
CAUTION! Lemon balm should be avoided during pregnancy
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