Melissa

Melissa is a genus of perennial herbs in the Lamiaceae, native to Europe and Asia, but cultivated and naturalized in many other places. The most commonly grown species of this genus is Melissa officinalis, commonly known in the United States as lemon balm, and as balm in England. It is often used for culinary purposes to make teas, marinate chicken or fish, or flavor baked foods and jams.

Benefits

Melissa is believed have a number of health benefits.

Lemon balm is also believed to treat a range of medical disorders affecting the digestive tract, nervous system, and liver. Today, lemon balm is used in traditional medicine to as both a sleep aid and digestive tonic. It may be consumed as a tea, taken as a supplement or extract, or applied to the skin in balms and lotion. Lemon balm essential oil is also popular in aromatherapy, where it is believed to promote calmness and ease stress.

Strengthens The Immune System

An astonishing feature of melissa plant is its ability to stimulate the immune system. It is known that it is antiviral and antibacterial. It is very rich in cobalt and rosmarinic acids. Melissa grass promotes a healthy immune system and strengthens the cell walls. At the same time, the herb that may fight infections prevents the bacteria and viruses that are likely to enter the cell.

Powerful Antioxidant

Melissa plant herb is rich in caffeic acid and rosmarinic acid, powerful antioxidants that neutralize reactive oxygen species. It also contains eugenol, which acts as a natural anti-inflammatory that helps sedate the painful conditions.

Supports Liver Health

Melissa supports the health of the liver by helping the herb toxins from the body. When the right products are not used, the detoxification process wears off the liver over time and causes damage to the liver.

Balances Blood Sugar

Melissa plants that provide antioxidant support may also help to balance blood sugar. Based on the research done so far, it is observed that melissa has a positive effect on blood sugar.

Protects the Brain Cells

Known for its positive effects on memory, thought and calmness, melissa is said to protect the brain from physical damage. It neutralizes (neutralizes) free radicals before attacking brain cells. Rosmarinic acid is another important component of melissa herb, and it has been shown to be effective for the treatment of stroke conditions.

Protects Memory and Cognitive Functions

Melissa plant herb may help to increase memory and cognitive function. Alzheimer’s disease is characterized by a loss of neurons that produce neurotransmitter acetylcholine. Melissa plant is struggling with memory loss because it may increase acetylcholine activity. Melissa, which may protect the brain from oxidative damage and neurodegeneration, is also an antioxidant. At the same time, melissa plant, which also has essential oils, has been shown to be effective in reducing agitation in dementia patients.

Thyroid and Chronic Fatigue Are Good

Melissa plant is used to treat thyroid problems in Europe because of its ability to regulate thyroid hormone production. Melissa plant also carries antiviral properties. It is considered to be a very useful plant in the treatment of chronic fatigue syndrome.

Supports Skin Health

Melissa plant grass is very supportive for healthy and youthful skin. The history of melissa used as a cosmetic product dates back hundreds of years. It is extremely effective in softening the skin and reducing wrinkles to a minimum.