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what is lemon balm?
Lemon balm is a member of the mint family and has been used in traditional remedies for millennia. The Greeks called it ‘Melissa’, which means ‘honey bee’, as its white flowers are a favourite of bees, and it’s not hard to understand why. Sweet, fragrant and growing in abundance across the world, this versatile herb smells and tastes delicious.Shop Now
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how lemon balm is made
Lemon balm tea is made from leaves and nothing else – it’s got plenty of flavour all on its own.
naturally air dried
Lemon balm are naturally air-dried to retain their vibrant green colour and sweet, zesty flavour.
Once they’ve been dried, lemon balm leaves are simply ground and bagged, ready to let their delicious flavour shine.
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7 key lemon balm benefits
Lemon balm has been used in traditional remedies for thousands of years. From the ancient Greeks to European royalty, this vibrant herb has been used to treat everything from depression to tooth ache. Its health benefits might not satisfy the scientists, but it’s a tried and tested treatment for all kinds of ailments with hundreds of years of history.
- Supports digestion
- Promotes better sleep
- Soothes cold symptoms
- Promotes relaxation
- Reduces stress
- Naturally caffeine free
how to drink your lemon balm tea
Lemon balm tea is delicious on its own, but if you fancy something a little sweeter, add a dash of honey while your tea brews. Want a refreshing drink on hot days? Serve your lemon balm tea cold over ice with a slice of lemon and a sprig of fresh mint.
what will it taste like?
Lemon balm is the perfect combination of lemon and mint, with a fresh, sweet herbal taste. It’s refreshing and invigorating and perfect any time of day.
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