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LEMON BALM
Melissa, Bee Balm

(Melissa Officinalis)


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  • Lemon Balm Description
  • Lemon Balm Uses, Health Benefits & Scientific Evidence
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  • Lemon Balm Safety, Cautions & Interactions
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    LEMON BALM DESCRIPTION

    Lemon Balm is also known as Melissa officinalis, Melissa, Melissa Leaves, Balm, Bee Balm, Blue Balm, Common Balm, Cure-All, Dropsy Plant, English Balm, Garden Balm, Honey Plant, Sweet Balm.

    Lemon Balm is a lemon-scented perennial that was a favorite with beekeepers in ancient times. They would rub some of the crushed fresh leaves on beehives to encourage bees to return to their hives. The generic name Melissa comes from the Greek word for bee. Throughout the centuries, the lemony smell and dainty white flowers of the plant have led to its widespread cultivation in gardens.

    Charlemagne was intrigued by its beauty and once ordered Lemon Balm planted in every monastery garden.

    As a natural remedy, it has been used traditionally to treat gas, sleeping difficulties, and heart problems. A topical application was used by herbalists to treat insomnia and nerve pain. Lemon Balm has stimulant, expectorant, diuretic, and sedative properties.


    LEMON BALM (MELISSA) ESSENTIAL OIL PROFILE


  • Botanical Name: Melissa Officinalis
  • Common Method Of Extraction: Steam Distilled
  • Parts Used: Flowering Plant
  • Note Classification: Middle
  • Aroma: Light, Fresh, Green Citrus
  • Largest Producing Countries: Italy, USA, and Hungary


  • TRADITIONAL USE: The oil has been used for its calming effects on the nervous, digestive, and respiratory systems. It has also been used as an addition to bug repellants.

    PROPERTIES: Antibacterial, antidepressant, antihistaminic, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, antispasmodic, antiviral, bactericidal, carminative, diaphoretic, digestive, emmenagogue, febrifuge, nervine, sedative, tonic, uterine, vermifuge.

    BENEFITS: Allergies, anxiety, asthma, bronchitis, colds, cough, depression, eczema, fever, headache, hypertension, hysteria, indigestion, insomnia, insect bites, insect repellant, irritability, menstrual pain, migraine, nausea, nervous tension, stomach cramps, stress, tonic, vertigo. The calming and sedative effects of this oil may be utilized in a diffuser, or added to your favorite lotion or bath blend.

    BLENDS WELL WITH: Citrus oils, Chamomile, Frankincense, Geranium, Lavender, Neroli, Petitgrain, Rose essential oils.

    OF INTEREST: The genus Melissa comes from the Greek word for honey bee. The flowers of the lemon balm plant attract honey bees when it is in bloom.

    SAFETY DATA: May cause skin irritation.


    The above product information description was obtained from Mountain Rose Herbs regarding their products. For other manufacturers, merchants and vendors, consult individual product label description.





    LEMON BALM USES, HEALTH BENEFITS, & SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE

    BENEFITS

    Lemon balm is a mint with a distinctly lemony scent. Lemon balm is used in herbal teas, both for its flavor and its mild sedative properties. It is also used as a strong decoction, extract, tincture and skin lotion.The lemon-scented leavs are a potpourri favorite and is frequently used as one of the ingredients of potpourri. Lemon Balm as one of the bushy herbs that are invaluable for the permanence of their leaf-odors, which, though ready when sought, do not force themselves upon us, but have to be coaxed out by touching, bruising or pressing. Lemon Balm with its delicious lemon scent, is by common consent one of the most sweetly smelling of all the herbs in the garden. It is a key ingredient in certain perfumes and cosmetics. The terpenes, part of the pleasant smelling essential oil from lemon balm, produce this herb's relaxing and gas-relieving effects.

    Lemon Balm has been endorsed by the German Commission E as both a sedative, and stomach soother for indigestion and heartburn.

    It has been used to combat Alzheimer's disease by boosting memory and preventing plaque accumulation in arteries of the brain.

    It is also used to treat chronic fatigue syndrome and it may help with Graves disease. This plant can also lower TSH levels in the blood and pituitary gland. Lab studies indicate that Lemon balm prevents an overactive thyroid from hypersecretion of thyroid-stimulating hormone, thus preventing hyperthyroidism. This is an area of continuing research.

    Lemon Balm has antiviral and anti-herpes properties and may be helpful in reducing the healing time of shingles, genital herpes, and cold sores. Lemon balm lotion has demonstrated antiviral activity, and is useful as a topical herpes treatment.

    Lemon balm calms and soothes nausea, vomiting, poor appetite, colic, dysentery, colitis, and other stress-related digestive problems.

    This herb is useful where nervousness or depression affect the heart causing heart pains, palpitations, or an irregular heartbeat.

    It also relaxes spasms associated with menstrual pain and help reduce symptoms of PMS and menopause. The tea is also recommended for menstrual cramps.

    Lemon Balm can also be used in treating headaches migraine vertigo, and buzzing in the ears.

    Lemon Balm is a useful herb, either alone or in combination with others. It is excellent in colds attended with fever, as it promotes perspiration. When used in a hot infusion it causes sweating which is helpful in treating fevers especially in children fighting infections, cold and flu, coughs, and catarrh.

    It can also relieve chronic bronchial catarrh, and some forms of asthma. It helps break up the congestion associated with chronic bronchitis, asthma, and irritating cough, and also works well in reducing allergy symptoms.

    John Hussey, of Sydenham, who lived to the age of 116, breakfasted for fifty years on Lemon Balm tea sweetened with honey, and herb teas were the usual breakfasts of Llewelyn Prince of Glamorgan, who died in his 108th year. Carmelite water, of which Lemon Balm was the chief ingredient, was drunk daily by the Emperor Charles V.



    CARMELITE WATER (A Modernized Recipe)

    Carmelite water refers to a myriad of recipes that infuse lemon balm along with a couple of other plants in wine or alcohol. This mixture was used externally as an 'eau de toilette' or perfume back before bathing was a regular hygenic thing to do. Carmelite water was also used internally for digestive complaints and neuralgic complaints (headache, pains etc). Allegedly, the original recipe was created by Carmelite monks near Paris in 1611. Since then there have been countless variations. Lemon Balm steeped in wine comforts the heart and drives away meloncholy and sadness. This is a modern recipe using hints of old suggestions.

    Ingredients
    Instructions

    Dried Lemon Balm can be used in a pinch, but fresh Lemon Balm is recommended. Angelica is wonderfully warming and a plant used for promoting digestion. Use a cheese grater for removing the Lemon Zest if you do not have a special grater. The freshly ground Nutmeg is highly recommended, the fresher the better. Put all ingredients together in a jar and fill the jar with a bottle of White Wine. Then stir or shake well to mix everything together. Let set until desired flavor is obtained, usually 4 to 5 hours. You want a flavorful blend, not a medicinal tasting one. Strain off the herbs and enjoy.

    This is wonderful when drank chilled on a hot summer day. There are many options for modifying the recipe to suit your needs. It could be used as a cooking wine or the ingredients infused in vodka and used as a perfume. You might consider increasing the Nutmeg and add some Cinnamon and Cloves to the blend.





    LEMON BALM ESSENTIAL OIL USES

    The name Lemon-Balm can be attributed to the lemony scent of its nettle-like leaves. Similarly, its nickname Melissa, which means honey bee in Greek, is also a tribute to this distinctive fragrance, which attracts swarms of bees to the plant.

    Today, this essential oil serves as a panacea in home remedies and has many therapeutic benefits. for instance, it is commonly used to treat anxiety, insomnia, depression and menstrual complaints. Lemon Balm has been endorsed by the German Commission E as both a sedative, and stomach soother for indigestion and heartburn. It has been used to combat Alzheimer's disease by boosting memory and preventing plaque accumulation in arteries of the brain. It is also used to treat chronic fatigue syndrome and it may help with Graves disease. This plant can also lower TSH levels in the blood and pituitary gland.

    Lemon Balm has antiviral and anti-herpes properties and may be helpful in reducing the healing time of shingles, genital herpes, and cold sores. Lemon balm calms and soothes nausea, vomiting, poor appetite, colic, dysentery, colitis, and other stress-related digestive problems.

    This herb is useful where nervousness or depression affect the heart causing heart pains, palpitations, or an irregular heartbeat. It also relaxes spasms associated with menstrual pain and help reduce symptoms of PMS and menopause. Lemon Balm can also be used in treating headaches migraine vertigo, and buzzing in the ears. When used in a hot infusion it causes sweating which is helpful in treating fevers especially in children fighting infections, cold and flu, coughs, and catarrh. It helps break up the congestion associated with chronic bronchitis, asthma, and irritating cough, and also works well in reducing allergy symptoms.

    THERAPEUTIC EFFECT

    Lemon-Balm is used for insomnia, nervousness, anxiety, nightmares, itching, shingles, eczema, allergies, menstrual difficulties and liver and gallbladder complaints. Lemon-Balm oil can help fight infections caused by viruses and bacteria, relieve spasms and cramps, stimulate liver function and reduce pain, fever and flatulence. It also has calming and stress-reducing effects. The oil's most important active ingredients are citral, citronellal and geraniol.


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    OVERCOMING INSOMNIA

    Place these calming oil mixtures in a simmer pot and breathe them in at night to relieve insomnia and nervous tension.
    Place the oils together in a diffuser, simmer pot or aromatherapy lamp.

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  • FOR COMFORT & RELAXATION

    Add a couple of drops of Lemon Balm oil to a diffuser to promote relaxation and help you to gain an overall sense of calm and balance.

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    FOR RESPIRATORY RELIEF

    Lemon Balm oil helps relax the muscles of the airways. It makes breathing easier when respiratory passages become tight or congested due to allergic reactions, asthma, coughs, colds and other respiratory complaints.

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  • FOR NERVOUS CHILDREN

    Lemon Balm oil eases nervous tension and restlessness. When dispersed by the diffuser, the oil can help soothe and calm agitated children.

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  • FOR MENSTRUAL COMPLAINTS

    Lemon Balm oil is an excellent remedy for menstrual disorders. Its antispasmodic and muscle-relaxing properties help relieve menstrual cramping and pain. Some healers also claim that its hormonal actions can help regulate irregular periods or restore missed ones, particularly during menopause.
    Combine oils. Rub into the lower abdomen to relax muscles and alleviate menstrual cramping.

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  • FOR SKIN COMPLAINTS

    Lemon Balm oil is a great remedy for stress-related skin and facial blemishes.
    Massage the mixture into the back, on either side of the spine, to reduce stress and anxiety.

    The same diluted mixture can be applied to many kinds of skin inflammations and insect bites.

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  • FOR ITCHING INSECT BITES

    To relieve the irritating itching of insect bites, prepare a Lemon Balm ointment.
      1 teaspoon Lemon Balm Essential Oil
      3-1/2 ounces Petroleum Jelly or Soft Paraffin Wax (Beeswax works great for ointments and is a much nicer organic choice rather that petroleum-based products.)

    Combine ingredients and apply to infected areas. Melt Beeswax over boiling water (double boiler) until melted. Add essential oil and mix well. Pour into a clean container and allow to cool until solid.

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  • TO RELIEVE MILD CHEST PAIN (ANGINA)

    A mixture to relieve mild chest pain (angina) to be gently rubbed into the skin around the heart area.
    Mix oils and massage into skin on chest.

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  • TO RELIEVE FEVER BLISTERS

    To relieve fever blisters on the lips, apply a drop of diluted Lemon Balm oil to the affected area. Use the oil at the first signs of irritation to maximize its protective effect and help speed healing.

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  • TO MITIGATE SHINGLE PAIN

    A mixture used to mitigate the pain of shingles.
    Regularly massage this mixture gently into any painful areas.

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  • LEMON BALM DOSAGE INFORMATION

    HERBAL PREPARATIONS

    Lemon Balm plant constituents include a very small amounts of essential oil. The oil content of the leaf can be 2 to 3 times higher if the plant is grown under conditions of drought and heat. The parts used for medicinal and culinary purposes are the leaf, dried and cut. Typical preparations include being taken as a tea and added to skin ointments. Often combined with Valerian when used as an aid for sleep. May also be administered as either an extract or capsule.

    Lemon Balm is recommended for use several times daily, unless otherwise prescribed. It may be beneficially combined with other sedative and carminative herbs.

    As a tea, the recommended dosage is 1.5 to 4.5 grams of Lemon Balm in a tea several times daily.
    Lemon Balm tincture can be used at 2 to 3 ml, 3 times per day.
    Concentrated extracts in 160 to 200 mg can be taken 30 minutes to 1 hour before bed when treating insomnia.
    Topical extract ointments with high concentrations of Lemon Balm can be used to treat herpes and can be applied 3 to 4 times per day to lesions.

    Lemon Balm-wine was made of it and a tea which is good for feverish colds. The fresh leaves make better tea than the dry. Lemon Balm is a carminative, diaphoretic and febrifuge. It induces a mild perspiration and makes a pleasant and cooling tea for feverish patients in cases of catarrh and influenza. To make the tea, pour 1 pint of boiling water upon 1 ounce of herb, infuse 15 minutes, allow to cool, then strain and drink freely. If sugar and a little lemonpeel or juice be added it makes a refreshing summer drink.

    Refreshing Drink in Fever: Put two sprigs of Lemon Balm, and a little Wood Sorrel (Oxalis acetosella), into a stone-jug, having first washed and dried them; peel thin a small lemon, and clear from the white; slice it and put a bit of peel in, then pour in 3 pints of boiling water, sweeten and cover it close.

    Claret Cup. One bottle of claret, one pint bottle of German Seltzer-Water, a small bunch of Lemon Balm, small bunch of Borage, one Orange cut in slices, half a Cucumber sliced thick, a liqueur-glass of Cognac, and one ounce of bruised sugar-candy. Process: Place these ingredients in a covered jug well immersed in rough ice, stir all together with a silver spoon, and when the cup has been iced for about an hour, strain or decanter it off free from the herbs, etc. (Francatelli's Cook's Guide.) A bunch of Lemon Balm improves nearly all cups.

    King's 1898 Dispensatory: 'Balm is moderately stimulant, diaphoretic, and antispasmodic. A warm infusion, drank freely, has been serviceable as a diaphoretic in febrile diseases and painful menstruation, and to assist the operation of other diaphoretic medicines; in combination with ipecacuanha, and potassium nitrate, a valuable diaphoretic is formed. It is also occasionally used to assist menstruation. When given in fevers, it may be rendered more agreeable by the addition of lemon juice. The infusion may be taken ad libitum.'





    LEMONBALM SAFETY, CAUTIONS & INTERACTIONS

    SAFETY CONCERNS

    Make sure the product you are using is Lemon Balm, and not the less expensive citronella. Commercial oil of Balm is not a pure distillate, but is probably oil of Lemon distilled over Balm. The oil is used in perfumery.'

    There have been no significant adverse effects from Lemon Balm.

    Even though it has sedative qualities, it appears to be safe even while driving or operating machinery, and is not intensified by alcohol.

    People with glaucoma should avoid Lemon Balm volatile oil as animal studies have shown that it may raise pressure in the eye.





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    LEMON BALM ESSENTIAL OIL PRODUCTS

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  • LEMON BALM HERBAL PRODUCTS

    Lemon Balm (Melissa officinalis) is recommended for the relief of fever due to colds and the flu, to ease menstrual cramps, insomnia, headaches and nervousness. It helps to fight depression. Lemon Balm is used as a sedative, and stomach soother for indigestion and heartburn. It has been used to combat Alzheimer's disease by boosting memory and preventing plaque accumulation in arteries of the brain. It is also used to treat chronic fatigue syndrome and it may help with Graves disease. This plant can also lower TSH levels in the blood and pituitary gland. Lemon Balm has antiviral and anti-herpes properties and may be helpful in reducing the healing time of shingles, genital herpes, and cold sores. Lemon balm calms and soothes nausea, vomiting, poor appetite, colic, dysentery, colitis, and other stress-related digestive problems. This herb is useful where nervousness or depression affect the heart causing heart pains, palpitations, or an irregular heartbeat. It also relaxes spasms associated with menstrual pain and help reduce symptoms of PMS and menopause. Lemon Balm can also be used in treating headaches migraine vertigo, and buzzing in the ears. When used in a hot infusion it causes sweating which is helpful in treating fevers especially in children fighting infections, cold and flu, coughs, and catarrh. It helps break up the congestion associated with chronic bronchitis, asthma, and irritating cough, and also works well in reducing allergy symptoms.

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    Perfect Calm is the ideal organic whole-food multi-vitamin herbal and nutrient formula for those seeking to address daily stress, enhance calm and overall well-being. It is the first and only multivitamin to feature the long revered anti-stress herb supercritical Holy Basil, which has been shown in scientific studies to modulate cortisol and ease a worried mind. Chamomile and Lemon Balm offer additional soothing effects by promoting healthy levels of calming neurotransmitters. A complete multivitamin, Perfect Calm provides a combination of 25 whole-food vitamins and minerals formulated to promote optimal health while targeting the nutrients your body needs most during times of stress, like whole-food complexed Vitamins B and C. Perfect Calm also contains cultured, organic herbal blends to provide immune and digestive support - two important functions that can be affected by high levels of stress.
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