fresh lemon balm ready to go into a tincture jar

Stocked up on Lemon Balm Tincture and Glycerites!

Lemon Balm tincture and alochol free glycerites

Do you know my sweet, beautiful friend Melissa?

Some folks call her Lemon Balm.
She loves to bring you joy when you’re feeling blue.
She holds up your heart when nervousness or anxiety try to hold you back. She’ll sing you a lullaby at night and ease your belly when it’s bubbly and cranky.

A natural anti-viral and immune booster, Mellisa rallies with your immune system to fight off seasonal colds and flu viruses (sounds like a great friend to have around during these crazy times!). 

We just re-stocked our alcohol-based Lemon Balm Bliss tinctures and added a fresh batch of alcohol-free glycerites - ready to help you face the winter blues, holiday stress, and protect your immune system all winter long! 

Lemon Balm is one of my favorite herbs - she may get a little preferential treatment by way of extra love and adoration...I love to visit her daily in the garden and admire her cheerfulness. In the spirit of partnering with the plants to make remedies, we sit with the plant in meditation and ask permission to harvest - and yes, sometimes, we get a firm, loud, “Not today.” But, mostly Melissa is happy to share her strengths with humans - that’s a big part of her vibe :)

Lemon Balm assists us with:

  • Sleeplessness
  • Anxiety
  • Nervousness
  • Indigestion
  • Heartburn
  • Headaches
  • Fevers
  • Colds and Viruses

Energetically, Lemon Balm is often associated with the moon. This makes sense when you consider the watery, emotional nature of the moon and the emotional support so freely gifted to us by the herb.

Lemon Balm (Melissa officinalis) tincture and alcohol-free glycerites provide an easy way to access the calming, anti-viral benefits of this bright and citrusy herb. She’s kid-friendly and mom-approved. Click the link in our bio to add Melissa to your winter medicine cabinet.

We’re happy to answer any questions, just drop a DM!

Love, Leslie

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