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|BOTANICAL NAME||ORIGIN||CULTIVATION||METHOD OF EXTRACTION||SOURCE||NOTE||SOLUBILITY|
|Melissa officinalis L., Lamiaceae, Simmondsia chinensis||Steam Distilled||Leaves||Soluble in alcohol and oils. Insoluble in water.|
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Melissa Officinalis is also known as Lemon balm or common balm. It is the member of family Lamiaceae and resident to South Central Europe, Iran and Central Asia. The plant extends to the maximum height of 70cm to 150cm. Due to its minty and slight lemon perfume, it is also known as balm mint.Overview of Melissa Leaf 3% Dilution in Jojoba Oil
Melissa is popularly known as lemon balm due to its lemon and mint fragrance. The dilution is a mixture of 3% Melissa extract and 97% of jojoba oil. After mixing the dilution it turns into golden yellow to brownish orange colour.Benefits of Melissa Leaf 3% Dilution in Jojoba Oil
• People with anxiety can actually benefit from it. The dilution often helps in releasing the stress from the body cells.
• It has been very beneficial to those infants who cry due to colic pain. The dilution should be given twice daily for a week.
• There are possible benefits of consuming lemon balm orally daily for 4 months reduce the risk of dementia. It is also very beneficial during Alzheimer.
• People with upset stomach take this dilution for a happy appetite.
Lemon balm is possibly safe when it is given to children and infants. However, it can be harmful in the case of pregnancy and lactation. It is strictly refused to the diabetics as it lowers the blood sugar level. People with thyroid should also avoid it as it can misbalance thyroid function.