Lemon Balm Tea, Organic
Lemon balm has a sweet lemony taste and it can be used as a seasoning for soups, fish, mushrooms, poultry and meats especially as a marinade or traditionally as an infusion or tea.
Lemon balm’s name alludes to its lemony aroma, in Greek its name is “bee herb” due to the preference bees show it. In ancient Greece it was dedicated to the goddess of hunting Artemis.
Lemon balm has a sweet lemony taste and it can be used as a seasoning for soups, fish, mushrooms, poultry and meats especially as a marinade. Lemon balm can be combined with herbs such as mint, thyme, bay leaves and rosemary. It can also be used to create various hot or cold beverages especially when mixed with mountain tea or peppermint.
Traditionally an infusion made out of lemon balm is used as a relaxing beverage with many benefits.
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**Reference intake of an average adult (8 400 kJ/2 000 kcal)
Store in a cool and dry place.