How to Use Lemon Balm Fresh or dried lemon balm makes an uplifting tea. You can also try a fragrant herbal bath with lemon balm and other calming herbs: Combine 1/8 cup each of lemon balm leaves, chamomile flowers, lavender, and organic rose petals (dried, fresh, or a mix). Place the herbs in a large tea ball or a muslin bag and hang it on the faucet, so that the hot water flows over it. Let the ball or bag float in the water during your bath.
How to Harvest and Use Lemon Balm Lemon Balm leaves tend to darken and lose their scent when dried. Spread the lemon balm leaves out on a flat surface or hang upside down from the stems. Make sure they are in a well ventilated location away from any sunlight. The ideal temperature for drying lemon balm is 85 to 95 degrees. Dried lemon balm is an excellent addition to herbal teas or can be used in potpourris. The leaves can also be added to a warm bath to add a relaxing aroma.
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