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Herbal Studies Lemon Balm

For centuries, lemon balm has been known for its beneficial properties and has been highly esteemed for its emotional and spiritual effects. Lemon balm has traditionally been used as a gentle nervine and in baths to support healthy skin. It is often used to promote a sense of calm and can be brewed into a citrusy lemon balm tea.


The properties in lemon balm have also historically been known to promote physical wellness when working with its antioxidant and antimicrobial properties. Its known to promote a balanced mood and reduced anxiety. In Ayurveda lemon balm has been utilized to calm the stomach and balance mood.

Info graphic containing images of a bright green heart shaped leaf including facts about the plant lemon balm

The risk of side effects tends to increase with the size of the dose. Common side effects of lemon balm may include: Headache Nausea Bloating Gas Vomiting Indigestion Dizziness Stomach pain Anxiety Agitation



Lemon balm is considered safe to consume during pregnancy. However not every plant works well with every body, consult a trusted herbalist or wellness practitioner to confirm these herbs will not interfere with any medications you currently take. You can purchase your own herbs at a local herb shop or visit use this affiliate link to visit Mountain Rose Herbs and source 100% certified organic ingredients.


 

Sarah Foster is a Holistic Wellness Educator, Family Life Coach, and Full Spectrum Doula in Altamonte Spring, FL. At Sun Moon & Stars Holistic Health & Reproduction we provide whole person wellness education along with a full spectrum of support for all birthing outcomes. Any information shared on this site is for education purposes and should be used as a resource and not a source of medical advice. If you or someone you love is interested in support let's connect today!

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