Lemon Balm

Lemon Balm (a.k.a Melissa) Just the mere thought of its uplifting aroma and cleansing taste brings happiness and ease to the mind and spirit. It has been mentioned and used since the earliest recorded history of herbal healing, from depression to colds. Not only does Melissa offer medicinal benefits, but also makes a delicious tea, is an excellent flavoring for food and salads. In addition, its powerful volatile oil is a key element in aromatherapy, including many perfumes and cosmetics.

Lemon Balm is notorious for successfully treating a wide variety of ailments. Some of its most famous uses are for fevers, depression, nervous tension, digestive aid, headaches, menstrual cramps, and heart spasms. Because it acts as a sedative, the leaves are also reputed to lower blood pressure. Lemon Balm is an herb that can be given to children and the elderly because of its gentle nature and effectiveness.

Lemon Balm is used for clearing out crossed conditions, clearing away bad health, and clearing out bad luck in love. It can also be used to bring in new love and success.

Make a Lemon Balm tea or steep Lemon Balm in wine, strain out and serve to someone whom you wish to fall in love with you.

Sprinkle Lemon Balm in your home to clear out jinxes and ill health.

Make a Lemon Grass tea and use it as a wash on your body to remove bad health or crossed conditions.

Add Lemon Balm, Lemon Grass, and Lemon Verbena to a bath for a powerful uncrossing bath.

Sprinkle Lemon Balm on a Success candle dressed in Crown of Success oil to increase your chances of success.

Add a pinch of Lemon Balm along with Lovage, Spikenard, Red Clover and Rosemary in a red flannel bag to make a powerful Love mojo bag.

Burn Lemon Balm, Damiana, Chickweed, ground Juniper and Dragon's Blood on a charcoal for an incense that will increase luck in love.