lemon balm

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Synonyms for lemon balm

bushy perennial Old World mint having small white or yellowish flowers and fragrant lemon-flavored leaves

lemony leaves used for a tisane or in soups or fruit punches

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Rejuvenate congested clumps of lemon balm by lifting and dividing in the autumn.
You might have a gap in your garden and you're just not quite sure what to plant there - Lemon Balm would be the perfect addition.
Lemon Balm is generally taken in the form of tea for the relief of depression and anxiety, it will lift the spirit and dispel the black mood.
Rinse the stalks in cold water, cut into 1-2cm pieces and put in an ovenproof dish with the lemon balm.
Lemon balm extract is known for its ability to preserve foods, particularly meats, from oxidant stress that induces spoilage.
We applied the individual extracts of angelica root, caraway fruit, chamomile flower, greater celandine herbs, bitter candytuft, lemon balm leaves, liquorice root, milk thistle fruit and peppermint leaves at final concentrations of 89.
The anti-hyperglycaemic and antihyperlipidaemic effects of lemon balm
So explore this collector's informed sampling of delicate Quebecois treatments of uses of herbs, savoring such dishes as Scallops Poached in Almond Milk with a Savory Emulsion, Shad with Sorrel, Dill Crusted Lamb Chops, Grilled Halibut with Parsley Butter and Lime Emulsion, Cucumber Cream with Basil Tomato Flakes, or even Madeleine Island Lobster Scented with lemon Balm.
There are a number of plants that will attract the wasps, including: common yarrow, dill caraway, coriander, Queen Anne's lace, tansy, parsley, pennyroyal, fennel, lemon balm, and Cosmos white sensation.
Women were randomly divided into two groups, with 50 in the herbal treatment group, which received two capsules containing 160 mg of valerian and 80 mg of lemon balm, and 50 in the control group, which received capsules containing starch.
A study published in the Medical Journal of Nutrition Metabolism (December 2011) was the first to discover that regular use of Lemon balm (Melissa officinalis) relieves stress.
While the lemon balm purifies the skin, Shea butter nourishes it, and the spring water replenishes the body minerals.
09 at Lidl) Despite taking a few minutes to open up (because it's young), there are some nice ripe, peach flavours to enjoy here, along with a flinty, savoury edge and lemon balm acidity.
Seeds of Lemon balm were obtained from Iranian Seeds and Plant Improvement Institute.
Most cooks would love to have a pot of oregano, chives, lemon balm or thyme handy to dress a dish or drink.