Lemon Balm - Description, Nutritional Value, Uses, Tea, Benefits and Side Effects
What Is Lemon Balm? The leaf of a perennial herb of the mint family is called the lemon balm. Lemon balm originates in the Mediterranean region, southwestern Siberia, northern Africa, and western Asia. Lemon Balm Scientific Name Scientific name of lemon balm is Melissa officinalis. Lemon Balm Description Picture 1 – Lemon Balm Plant Source […]
Herb Spot: Lemon Balm
If you want to start an herb garden, start with Lemon Balm. You can basically neglect it and it will still grow! It will grow in the shade, sun, in a pot and even with the weeds! My first experience with Lemon Balm was when a friend brought me her handcrafted, backyard tea. It makes the best tea!! Since then I have been in love and planted my own. After a little research, I found that Lemon Balm is a great stress reliever. YAY! Not only does it taste great, it helps soothe the mind. It's…
Homemade Lemon Balm Tea | Bev Cooks
I have a lot of lemon balm in my garden. Like, a lot. No really, a LOT LOT. So much so, that I included a little video at the end of this post of me attempting to harvest lemons in the lemon balm patch. Because that’s how it totally works, right? Oh. Have you ever …
LEMON BALM ICE CUBES
Summer is here and it's hot, hot, hot. For a cool and pretty summer drink: Freeze leaves of lemon balm in ice cubes for a wonderful addition to your glass of tea or water. The cubes are quite attractive floating around until they melt.