Ingredient: Lemon Balm Leaf
Lemon Balm Leaf
Lemon balm is an age-old Mediterranean favorite used by Ancient Greek and Romans for centuries. It's now considered a natural “nootropic” or “smart drug” due to it's improvements in memory formation and learning while protecting brain cells from aging and memory loss. The scientific research for these brain boosting effects continues to prove this delicious plant as a unique supertea.
Lemon Balm Facts
-Lemon balm, otherwise known as melissa officinalis, is a natural stress reducer effective in humans and animals.
-Loose leaf lemon balm tea is a soothing, natural remedy to help you sleep better and prevent symptoms of insomnia.
-This delicious mediterranean plant can improve memory formation and learning ability so you can become smarter and more efficient with your projects.
-Lemon balm is a natural neuroprotective agent that encourages oxygen flow to the brain, which helps protect brain cells from damage.
Research & Articles
- Wild Herbal #2: Mood Lift- Chamomile, rose petals, orange peel, oatstraw, lemon balm, lavender, and stevia.
- Wild Herbal #3: Lemon-Pep - Peppermint leaf, lemongrass, spearmint leaf, lemon verbena, and lemon balm.
- Wild Herbal #4: Zesty Hibiscus- Hibiscus petals, orange zest, lemon balm, cloves, lavender, licorice root, and stevia
- Wild Herbal #8: 8 Herb- Spearmint, rosemary, lemon balm, linden, eucalyptus, wood betony, blackberry leaf, and eleuthero root.
- Wild Herbal #9: Belly Ease- Peppermint, ginger, orange peel, fennel, lemon balm, chamomile, rose petals, and papaya leaf.
- Wild Herbal #14: Mother-To-Be - Raspberry leaf, nettle, spearmint, ginger, oatstraw, rose petals, lemon balm, and chamomile.
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“You can never get a cup of tea large enough or a book long enough to suit me.”
― C.S. Lewis
“I say let the world go to hell, but I should always have my tea.”
― Fyodor Dostoyevsky
“Some people will tell you there is a great deal of poetry and fine sentiment in a chest of tea.”
― Ralph Waldo Emerson
“Tea! Bless ordinary everyday afternoon tea!”
― Agatha Christie