Kamis, 14 Agustus 2014

Benefits of lemon balm tea

Benefits of lemon balm tea Lemon Balm is presumably native of Europe, but is now spreading to all over the world. Lemon Balm not only grown in herb gardens, but also developed for cosmetics and paints. This plant can grow up to 2 meters, sometimes even higher. 

In spring and summer, bright yellow flowers are blooming. While the leaves are very very crumpled dark green or yellowish green, depending on soil and climate. Leaves smell exactly like a lemon.

Essential oils are made ​​from Lemon Balm leaves contain plant chemicals called terpenes, which have a calming effect and ativirus. 

Lemon Balm also contains substances called tannins, which are thought to cause many antiviral effects. In addition, Lemon Balm contains eugenol, which calms muscle spasms, numbs tissues, and kills bacteria.