Lemon Balm

Lemon balm (Melissa officinalis), also known as balm[2] or balm mint and not to be confused with bee balm (which is genus Monarda), is a perennial herb in the mint family Lamiaceae, native to center-southern Europe and the Mediterranean region.

It grows to 70–150 cm tall. The leaves have a gentle lemon scent, related to mint. During summer, small white flowers full of nectar appear. These attract bees, hence the genus name Melissa (Greek for ‘honey bee’). Its flavour comes fromcitronellal (24%), geranial (16%), linalyl acetate (12%) and caryophyllene (12%).                rencontres plus de 50 ans hilarious online dating profiles https://www.dementiaresearch.org.au/eftanaziya/5453 https://www.orthodonticpartners.net/mirtyew/888 white daughter dating a black man rencontres de sologne je cherche un femme pour mariage allemand cite de rencontre gratuit pour homme rencontres par téléphone http://jeremiahstaproom.co.uk/?violeta=dating-in-a-small-town-song&40f=04 (Wikipedia)

Lemon Balm

Melissa officinalis

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