Lemon Balm: How to Use & Its Benefits & Side-Effects

Lemon balm (scientific name: Melissa officinalis) is a herb that belongs to the peppermint family. The crunchy, lemony flavored leaves have wider health benefits than you imagined. It is commonly grown in all parts of the world, Americas, Asia, Europe, New Zealand and other continents. The earliest evidence of the use of this herb came from the middle ages when people used it as calming medicine. The earliest use of lemon balm dates back to ancient Greece and Turkey. David O Kennedy and Andrew Scholey jointly published an article where they not only talked …read more