Melissa Officinalis (Lemon balm) essential oil

Melissa Officinalis essential oil


Bulgarian name: Lemon Balm

Botanical name: Melissa officinalis

Used part: The overhead part of the plant

Oil-bearing part of the plant: fresh blossom, leaves and herba

Appearance: Transparent liquid

Color: Pale yellow

Aroma: Fresh herb lemon flavor

Origin: Bulgaria

Method of extraction: steam distillation

Analytical method: Gas chromatograph

Organically Certified: Available

Analytical certificate: Available on request

Storage: Store in tightly closed containers at 5 - 15ºC, without direct exposure to sunlight and other heat sources

Active ingredients: 3-octanol, 1-octenetol, copan, citophenol, lincolol, beta-bourbon, caryophylin-human, neural, germacrene-D, geranyl acetate, geranial, geraniol acetate, g-cadinene, cadinene, nerola and gepaniol, germacrene

Usage: Melissa Officinalis essential oil relieves nerves, hysteria, severe nervous tension, shock, anxiety, insomnia, high blood pressure, arrhythmia, irregular and painful menstruation such as pegyllipa spp. It is used for menopausal problems, rheumatism, throat infections, scarlet fever, psychogenic dermatoses

Melissa officinalis essential oil used for inhalations to relieve headaches. It is a potent and effective adjuvant for gastrointestinal tract infections, gastrointestinal disorders, gastrointestinal disorders and gastrointestinal disorders. Lemon balm oil is also used at high temperatures and has a cooling effect. It is used in fungal infections and hair loss by applying creams and lotions. Refreshes, stimulates microcirculation in the skin, restores elasticity and gives a radiant look to the skin. Strengthens the hair and is used with alopecia therapy. Also used in the treatment of herpes and lichens, to relieve redness and itching after an insect bite, also used as a repellent. Prepare a compress with melissa officianlis essential oil and apply to acne, problem areas.

Lemon balm essential oil combines well with other essential oils such as rose, basil, mint, geranium, chamomile, lavender and others.

Contraindications: Avoid the use of melissa officinalis (lemon balm) essential oil from pregnant women and people with very sensitive skin.

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