Lemon balm is one of natures great healers, it has been cultivated in the Mediterranean region for about 2000 years. The Muslim herbalist Avicenna recommended Lemon balm "to make the heart merry". Paracelsus claimed this herb could completely revitalize the body and called it the "elixir of life", and 14th century French King Charles V drank its tea every day to keep his health.
I take Lemonbalm, as a cup of tea or as a herbal tincture for slightest sign of virus or bacteria attack. Topically it also work wonders for all kind of skin infections.
Add the leaves to iced tea or place sprigs of fresh Lemon balm in a tall chilled wine glass with white wine; add a splash of sparkling water for a summer spritzer, or try some of the leaves in an omelet with fresh strawberries and creme fraiche.
It sure does matter what we put on our skin. “As much as 60% of topical skin-care products are absorbed through the skin and into the bloodstream,” Says Dr. Nancy Lonsdorf, M.D. an lowa-based physician, “They should be consumed with the same prudence that we use to choose our breakfast cereal.” A quote taken from a previous issue of Women's Health Magazine. We need to pay attention as there are many toxic chemicals in several cosmetic products, which have been clinically proven to cause cancer, tumors, irritation and many different skin disorders.
higher self meditation
-The Great Bell Chant(The end of Suffering)
-Peter Gabriel & Kate Bush
-Magic Mantra-reverse negative to positive - by SatKirin Kaur Khalsa