7 Reasons to Use Lemon Balm ...


If you're interested in herbs and their amazing capacity to heal, you might want to know about Lemon balm.

It is one of those natural remedies that is said to be able to cure all manner of ills and it could help you.

Lemon balm is actually a member of the mint family.

It's easy to grow and is a prolific self-seeder, meaning you might see it spread rapidly amongst your flower bed and between the paving.

Because of its ability to spread so easily, it is often mistaken for a weed but before you arm yourself with your garden implements to cut back this pesky herb, have a look at some of the ways in which lemon balm could help.2

1. Tummy Trouble

We all suffer from tummy problems at some point or another and there are a few herbal remedies, such as peppermint and chamomile, that we often turn to in order to alleviate the symptoms.

Another one to try when you're next suffering from the discomfort of tummy troubles, such as bloating, IBS, gas, indigestion and heart burn, is lemon balm.

2. Horrid Herpes

Lemon balm contains a chemical property called terpenes, which is thought to have antiviral properties.

Therefore, creams and ointments containing lemon balm are said to help treat those nasty cold sores that many people get when they're feeling run down.

Studies indicate that lemon balm may also be able to treat conditions such as genital herpes and shingles.

3. Irritating Insomnia

If you suffer from insomnia then you will know how debiliating it can be.

Chamomile, hops and valerian are frequently touted as the insomniac's go-to herbal cure.

If you add lemon balm into the mix, it's thought to improve one's ability to not only get to sleep, but banish those nightmares too.

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