Peaceful Tome With Lemon Balm & Lavender Iced Tea
[dropcap] a [/dropcap] s when the dog days start rolling in the summer, it’s always nice to put your feet up and relax. Perhaps you are busy with work on landscaping and gardening all season. You deserve a break from all household chores outdoors. Why not relax in the hammock or sit on the terrace with a sweet refreshing drink? What could be more perfect than a delicious cup of anti-stress melissa and lavender iced tea!
This cold drink is easy to prepare and you can choose the freshest ingredients directly from your own garden! I always dreamed of having my lavender field smelling the air around me. Until then, I started my own lavender patch, which I plan to build every year.
Melissa is one of those herbs that are super easy to grow. They do not need special care and will continue to grow over the years. Like lavender, it is a very fragrant plant. I love cleaning it in the garden and the smell is sweet. Each of these herbs has wonderful benefits. Melissa calms the mind, improves alertness and improves the appearance of your skin. Lavender reduces anxiety, relieves headaches, improves sleep quality. This iced tea is healthy and delicious!
Melissa tends to be one of the outsiders of herbs, in my opinion. Just like lavender, it has a nice taste. You can use it in tea, candy, food, dinner and more. It is also called a medicinal herb with the infinite amount of benefits. It is a common essential oil used to promote alertness and concentration. Here are three reasons to grow lemon balm in your garden!
* Reduces Anxiety-Studies have shown that the properties of melissa can reduce anxiety and promote better sleep quality. It raises the mood with increased alertness, as I mentioned above. Just like lavender and chamomile, it is a soothing herb that will put you in a relaxed state.
* Strengthens memory-Melissa supports brain health and strengthens memory, thinking and mood. No proven property to protect the brain from free radicals. It contains rosmarinic acid, a useful antioxidant to protect the brain.
* Useful digestive aid – this herb can help with nausea and promote healthy digestion. When drinking such tea can help the body digest food more efficiently. It can help reduce and relieve painful stomach cramps associated with nerve vessel syndrome.
I had a little trouble growing lavender when I started gardening. I made all the mistakes in the book. I planted him in the shade when he needed the full sun, overflow a plant that prefers dry soil, and I even bought annuals who thought they were perennials. Once I’ve gone through the learning curve and done some research, you’re ready to go. Always do your research first.
I learned in my years of growth that lavender has many health benefits. It is great for respiratory ailment and helps relieve congestion. It can improve blood circulation and lower blood pressure. This medicinal plant can also strengthen your immunity and keep your body resistant to ailment.
[dropcap] a [/dropcap] s when the dog days start rolling in the summer, it’s always nice to put your feet up and relax. Perhaps you are busy with work on landscaping and gardening all season. You deserve a break from all household chores outdoors. Why not relax in the hammock or sit on the terrace…