Botanical name Melissa officinalis L.
Synonyms Balm, lemon balm
Source Fresh aerial parts of plant
Processing Method Steam Distillation
Color/Consistency A thin, clear, colourless to yellow liquid
Aromatic Summary: You can find a medium aroma in this oil which is the result of citronella. It has also the sweet, warm and radiant lemony scent fragrance.
Amalgamation: Melissa leaf essential oil can blend well with Cedarwood, Jasmine, Bergamot, Geranium, Neroli, Lemon, Lavender, Marjoram, and Ylang-Ylang.
Product Description: With a sweet lemony fragrance, Melissa essential oil is known as the lemon balm oils. Various health centers use this to formulate many traditional medicinal products that can treat a number of health ailments. The use of Melissa extracted oil is beneficial to treat anxiety, insomnia, migraines, dementia, hypertension, etc. For better results, it can be applied sensibly and taken internally.
The oil is 100% pure and organic as it is processed by extracting the fresh leaves, buds, and twigs of Melissa Officinalis plant. One can discover its uses in different types of illness, health-related tonics, beverages like tea and in cuisines. Kusharomaexports is a well known manufacturer and supplier of Melissa Leaf Essential Oils in India.
Striking Benefits Of Melissa Leaf Essential Oil:
Precaution: People having sensitive skin should stop using Melissa leaf essential oil. It may cause skin irritations.
Germacrene D 0–13.0%
Caryophyllene oxide 0.8–10.0%
Neryl acetate 1.5–4.0%
Geranyl acetate 0.7–3.3%
Citronellol þ d-cadinene 0–3.1%
Methyl citronellate 0–1.6%