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Melissa officinalis water


Melissa officinalis water

Alba Grups Ltd offers natural Melissa officinalis water. Melissa officinalis is a mild sedative and can help you relax. It can be used alone, or in combination with other less flavorful herbs for inducing sleep such as valerian and chamomile. In addition to promoting sleep, the Melissa officinalis water has been found to be helpful in treating stress, cramping associated with menstruation, mild depression and nervous headaches. To treat these conditions, drink 2-3 cups of Melissa officinalis tea each day.
Melissa officinalis has been used medicinally for many centuries by people in many cultures. Here are some things it has been used for.

    Fevers  - An infusion of Melissa officinalis water can help when you have a fever, to induce perspiration and reduce pain.

    Distress   - Melissa officinalis water  has a calming, sedative effect.

    Sore Throat   - Add a tablespoon of honey and a teaspoon of apple cider vinegar to a cup of warm Melissa officinalis water. Use this as a gargle to relieve the pain of sore throat.

    Sore Teeth   - Use Melissa officinalis water as a mouthwash.

    Cramps   - Melissa officinalis water might help.

    Flatulence   - Try Melissa officinalis water to relieve gas.

    Dyspepsia    -Try a cup of Melissa officinalis water.

    Headaches / Migranes / Dizzyness

    Try Melissa officinalis water to relieve headaches.

    Delayed Menstruation

    Make an infusion of Melissa officinalis leaves, and put it in your bath water.

    Skin Problems

    A poultice of crushed Melissa officinalis leaves can be applied to insect bites, sores, tumors, and milk-knots. (Milk knots are milk-containing dilations in the lactiferous ducts.)

    Cold Sores / Herpes

    Apply Melissa officinalis salve to the affected area.

Precautions:

The use of herbs is a time honored approach to strengthening the body and treating disease. Herbs, however, contain components that can trigger side effects and interact with other herbs, supplements, or medications. For these reasons, you should take herbs with care, under the supervision of a health care provider qualified in the field of botanical medicine. Pregnant and breastfeeding women should not take Melissa officinalis.

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