Lemon balm is, because of its strong lemon-scented and flavored leaves, a favorite for the herb garden. It is in all kinds of dishes and also used in tea. Also, bees love the nectar lemon balm.
In ancient times it was even convinced that a swarming hive would be located in an empty hive, when only a few sprigs of lemon balm were placed there. The herbaceous plant has long been known: it was cultivated by the Arabs as early as the tenth century.
Would later run wild on European soil. Lemon balm has through the centuries had many applications.
- For intestines and stomach
- Relaxing in emotion
- Healthy sleep
Directions for use
Three times daily 1 capsule with a half glass of water after a meal. Up to 6 capsules per day.