Lemon Balm tincture

Lemon Balm tincture
Sleep and relaxation, reduce stress and anxiety, migraines, headaches, urinary infections, shingles, old sores, indigestion: cramps, gas & bloating.
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Lemon balm is a wonderful remedy for the nervous system, helping to lift depression, calm anxiety, release tension, enhance relaxation and promote restful sleep.

It is an excellent remedy for studying also, to enhance concentration and soothe stress or exam nerves and can relieve nervous headaches and neuralgia.

She has an affinity for the digestive system, calming tension and soothing irritation and inflammation.Taken as a tea or tincture, Lemon balm is great for nervous indigestion, colic, wind, nausea, diarrhoea and stress-related digestive disorders.

Lemon Balm has been used as a traditional treatment for overactive thyroid conditions. It strengthens the memory and chases away melancholy.

Lemon balm also calms the heart and relaxes spasms in the reproductive system, so she is great for moontime spasms and pain. It can relieve symptoms of PMS also.

In hot tea, she reduces fevers, clears nasal congestion, and is an excellent remedy for infections, both bacterial and viral, such as herpes, shingles and mumps.

Lemon balm also acts as an antihistamine for allergies such as hay fever and eczema.

Lemon balm was widely used as a healing herb for wounds and skin diseases. The ancient Greek physician Dioscorides recommended to put Lemon balm leaves on skin wounds and the Roman physician Pliny highly regarded its ability to help stop bleeding.

Spiritually/Emotionally: This plant is strongly associated with the emotional self, and the divine feminine. Recommended to “make the heart merry,” and lift the spirits, popular to use during cold, dark winters to lift the spirits and ease seasonal depression. Also used to connect with divine Goddess energy.

Ingredients: organically grown Lemon balm leaves, steeped in Kerikeri-made pure alcohol & vegetable glycerin.