Melissa essential oil, also known as lemon balm, is one of the rarest and most expensive essential oils. It takes 66 lbs to fill one 5ml bottle of Melissa. Wow!
Although you can grow lemon balm in your backyard, true lemon balm from native land is in short supply these days. In fact, it’s been out of stock for years, but has recently come back in stock with a limited supply. Get it while you can because it’s worth the investment!
The sweet, fresh, sweet, fresh, citrus like fragrance attracts bees which is how Melissa got its name. Trivia Time! Melissa is the Greek word for honey bee.
Although the name is cute, Melissa pack a powerful punch when it comes to supporting the immune system and emotional health. Although it has been in short supply, you’ve probably experienced its benefits from the Protective Blend softgels or even the Joyful Blend essential oil. Now you can experience the benefits of Melissa essential oil on their own.
Practical uses for Melissa essential oil:
- May help to support a healthy immune system.
- Calms tension and nerves.
- Diffuse at night or rub on forehead, shoulders, or chest to lessen stress and promote emotional well-being.
- Place one to two drops under the tongue or on roof of mouth and swallow.
- Add to moisturizer or a spray bottle with water and spritz on face to rejuvenate skin and refresh your thoughts.
- Diffuse to create a relaxing environment that encourages a restful night’s sleep.
- Promotes feelings of relaxation.
- Promotes emotional health.
Emotionally, Melissa Essential Oil is The Oil of Love & Trust. When there has been a loss of trust in relationships, geranium encourages emotional honesty, love and forgiveness.
Melissa essential oil is also found in the Joyful Blend and the Protective Blend softgels.
Disclaimer: Essential oils are powerful and should be used with proper care and guidance. Reach out to me for recommended resources on essential oil usage. Always remember I’m not a doctor or medical professional. The content on this site is meant for education and entertainment and should not be taken as medical advice. As always, please take responsibility for your health by doing research and possibly consulting a medical professional.