Lemon Balm Tea

June 19, 2007

Want to know how to make a really easy and delicious herb tea?

Well, my favourite has to be Lemon Balm tea.  I just pinch two to three tops off the lemon balm plant, pour freshly boiled water on top and wait 5 to 10 minutes and enjoy!  Lemon Balm is well known as a calming herb to relieve stress and anxiety; and yes, it works, for me anyway, I feel quite chilled out after drinking this!

I’d love to hear which fresh herb teas you like best.

{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Ann Trenton 12.17.10 at 3:06 pm

I’ve really gotten into lemon balm. Its refreshing and extraordinarily great for every meal. Lemon balm is a citrus scented herb that is dried and used for tea. It can be used to help with a variety of health problems, including fever, headaches, anxiety, and depression. It is also used to treat gas, bloating, and other indigestion problems. Lemon balm is safe to give to children. Some of the best lemon balm can be found at trentonteas.com. Cheers!

2 Ken (blooming tea) 04.07.11 at 6:47 pm

I was a coffee drinker before but switched to drinking tea for 3 years now after reading information on how tea drinking can help your body healthy. It’s nice to know there are many tea drinkers these days, with such information like you have here, the different varieties of tea, and I drink green tea everyday, never tried any herbal tea yet. Have a good day and thanks a lot for this post.

3 Joanne 04.21.11 at 2:33 pm

Lemon balm tea is the reason I grow this wonderful herb :) I also add a leaf or two of peppermint – especially good after a meal :)

4 Caroline 08.12.11 at 9:48 am

I am a big hibiscus tea fan, as you can tell from my blog, but there’s a lot of other herb and floral teas I love — mm, lemon balm, and mint, and verbena. I’m also planning to make my own rosehip tea this autumn: just pick rosehips, cut up, and dry. Should be very tasty.
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