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Help Ease Anxiety With Lemon Balm Tea

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  • Lemon balm tea possess anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and antiseptic properties. This drink may help address conditions like arthritis, headaches, infections, colds and flu
  • Some plant compounds in lemon balm tea contain antioxidant and anxiolytic abilities that can cause a nerve-soothing effect and help alleviate anxiety, depression and stress
  • Research has shown that lemon balm tea may also enhance your immune system, brain and heart health

Lemon balm, which is not to be confused with lemon trees or lemon fruit, has been used as far back as the Middle Ages, and perhaps earlier. Lemon balm has been shown to be helpful in combating stress and anxiety, boosting appetite and alleviating the pain and discomfort caused by indigestion. This herb was also steeped in wine to lift spirits and it was employed in treating wounds and venomous insect bites and stings.


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