Lemon balm tea is good for treating anxiety and digestive issues. This tea has a mild sedative effect and can treat mild aches and pains like headaches and menstrual cramps.

What Is Lemon Balm?

Lemon balm (Melissa officinalis) is a perennial herb related to mint and is one of the most popular botanicals in herbal medicine.

Lemon balm is a native plant in central-southern Europe, central Asia, and the Middle East.

Where Does Lemon Balm Grow?

Why Do People Drink Lemon Balm Tea?

– Nausea and indigestion – Anxiety and insomnia – Cold sores – Improved brain function

How to Make Lemon Balm Tea

– Boil water for tea – Muddle the lemon balm – Add the lemon balm to a tea infuser – Add water – Remove the infuser and enjoy!

If you grow a few pots or plants of lemon balm in your kitchen garden, you should grow enough lemon balm leaves for a never ending supply of lemon balm tea.

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