Lemon balm leaves is an herb from the mint family. These leaves, has a mild lemon aroma, and are used to make medicine and flavor foods. Lemon balm contains chemicals that seem to have a sedative and calming effect. It might also reduce the growth of some viruses and bacteria.
How to Use
It works well in place of mint, offering bright, fragrant notes. Add whole lemon balm leaves to green salads, or chiffonade the leaves and scatter them over a fruit salad for added zesty flavor.
To make a lemon balm tea, ferment some leaves in hot water then drink by removing the leaves. It can take several times a day. The leaves can be eaten or consult with your doctor to make sure that you are taking the suitable dose.
Because it has anti-inflammatory effects, can help you cope with stress, improves digestion, and supports metabolic health, it may be helpful in maintaining a healthy weight. It’s not a magic bullet, but help with weight loss might be a potential secondary effect.
Lemon balm may lower your blood pressure and hence, should be used with caution if you are taking medications with similar properties. It can also lower your blood sugar levels although people with diabetes should use a lemon balm with care.
It is suggested that lemon balm may work in increasing gamma-aminobutyric levels in the brain. GABA is a mood regulator, which acts by pausing neurons from becoming overexcited, and low levels of GABA can lead to restlessness and anxiety.
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