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Melissa - Plant - Aromatic - Medicinal

Melissa - Plant - Aromatic - Medicinal

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What are the benefits of lemon balm?

There Melissa is traditionally used for digestive well-being. Indeed, stress, an unsuitable diet or even intensive sport can have an influence on digestion. There Melissa therefore contributes to digestive comfort and helps good intestinal functioning.
This light perennial plant taste lemony, widely used in cooking, is however far from being confined to its role as an aromatic plant.
In decoction. Pour 1 tablespoon of dry leaves for one cup of water. Boil for 3 minutes then leave to infuse for 10 minutes. Drink 2 to 3 cups per day.

Lemon balm or lemon balm (Melissa officinalis) is a perennial herbaceous plant, of Mediterranean origin, of the Lamiaceae family . Its lemony smell has wrongly earned it the nickname lemongrass. It is also nicknamed French tea, bee peppers.

Lemon balm is traditionally used for digestive well-being. Indeed, stress, an unsuitable diet or even intensive sport can have an influence on digestion. Lemon balm therefore contributes to digestive comfort and helps with good intestinal functioning.

in 20 cm pot.

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What are the benefits of lemon balm?

There Melissa is traditionally used for digestive well-being. Indeed, stress, an unsuitable diet or even intensive sport can have an influence on digestion. There Melissa therefore contributes to digestive comfort and helps good intestinal functioning.
This light perennial plant taste lemony, widely used in cooking, is however far from being confined to its role as an aromatic plant.
In decoction. Pour 1 tablespoon of dry leaves for one cup of water. Boil for 3 minutes then leave to infuse for 10 minutes. Drink 2 to 3 cups per day.

Lemon balm or lemon balm (Melissa officinalis) is a perennial herbaceous plant, of Mediterranean origin, of the Lamiaceae family . Its lemony smell has wrongly earned it the nickname lemongrass. It is also nicknamed French tea, bee peppers.

Lemon balm is traditionally used for digestive well-being. Indeed, stress, an unsuitable diet or even intensive sport can have an influence on digestion. Lemon balm therefore contributes to digestive comfort and helps with good intestinal functioning.

in 20 cm pot.