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Balm


Balm Melissa officinalis.

Common name: Sweet balm, lemon balm, honey plant, cure-all.

Occurrence:

a common garden plant in Great Britain that was naturalized into southern England at a very early period.

Parts used: the herb.

Medicinal uses:

as a carminative, diaphoretic, or febrifuge. It can be made into a cooling tea for fever patients and balm is often used in combination with other herbs to treat colds and fever.

Administered as: an infusion.

 

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