Melissa

Melissa officinalis

The name Melissa (from ancient Greek: μέλισσα, “bee”) was given because of the preference of bees to visit its flowers.
Its use in therapy spread between the Middle Ages and the Renaissance .

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The Melissa

Hardy hairy perennial herb. For 2,000 years it has been used by pantry singing. The plant is recognized to have stimulant , digestive and sudorific properties.
Its strong citronella aroma wards off mosquitoes, which is why it is often planted in the garden and used in the cosmetics industry.

Rinfreschi

Le sue foglie nel vino bianco, nelle limonate e nelle bibite le rendono più dissetanti e digeribili.

Refreshments

Its leaves in white wine, lemonades and soft drinks make them more thirst quenching and digestible.

For Cooking

Excellent ingredient in combination with:

Wellness and Health

Its essential oils are known with properties:

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