Bee Balm, Fresh-Dried & Naturally Grown
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Dried Leaves with Flowers for Tea, Seasoning & Medicinal uses
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Bee Balm is a species of mint with a very aromatic scent, even when it has been dried. Its strong scent is pleasant and ranges from a wild oregano smell to mildly sage-like.
Bee Balm is both edible and medicinal. It is used as a flavoring in cooked foods and the fresh flowers make an attractive and edible garnish in salads. The fresh or dried leaves and flowers can be brewed into a wonderfully refreshing and aromatic tea.
Bee Balm leaves, flowers and stems are used in alternative medicine as an antiseptic, a diuretic and as a stimulant. An infusion can be taken for the treatment of colds and headaches, for indigestion and flatulence, to reduce low fevers and soothe sore throats, for mild nausea, menstrual pain and for insomnia. The steam from the plant can be inhaled to treat the inflammation of the mucus membranes and sore throats. It can be applied externally for skin eruptions and infections.
Our Bee Balm Leaves are mingled with a sprinkle of the flowers. Packaged in resealable plastic bags. Shipping is via USPS Priority Mail with Delivery Confirmation. Buy additional quantities of this or our other dried herbs & pay just one shipping fee.
WE ARE GREEN! Our herbs are naturally grown from division or cuttings from our gardens. No chemical pesticides, herbicides or fertilizers are ever used.
We sell live herbs as plants or rootstock with developed, healthy root systems. Plants have tops cut back to 2"-3" of topgrowth prior to shipping to avoid damage in transit.
ALL ITEMS ARE SHIPPED USING USPS - Priority Mail for regular delivery or Express Mail for overnight items.
The statements regarding the use and/or historical use of our naturally grown herbs have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. Our products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Check with your physician, naturopath, homeopath or herbalist for answers to questions about your health & the use of herbs.
Disclaimer: Statements contained herein have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat and cure or prevent disease.