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Lemon Balm
Lemon Balm

LEMON BALM
Melissa officinalis
Liquid extract of fresh leaf & flowering tops.

Actions: Pleasant aroma and taste; stomachic. Mild sedative and tranquilizer; antispasmodic. Promotes sweating (taken hot) and lowers fevers. Antiviral.

Uses: Nervous irritation; headaches; nervous heart; nervous stomach and indigestion with flatulence. Chills and fevers. Menstrual blues and emotions. Herpes (used internally and topically) and other viral diseases. Excellent remedy for babies and young children: colds, flu and fevers; teething; nervousness, over excitement, peevishness and sleeplessness; colic.

Dose: Take 30 to 40 drops, 2 to 5 times per day. Take in hot water for fevers. Topically apply full-strength extract.

Cautions: None known.

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