Lemon Balm (1 oz)



Give Lemon Balm Leaf, Known for Immune Support and Antioxidant Properties, a Try Today! There are so many benefits that this herb, Melissa officinalis, may be able to offer you. Among them are immune support, digestive support, and cognitive support!

Organically Grown Herbs, Ethically Wild Harvested or Selectively Cultivated | Non-GMO | Vegan | No Synthetic or Artificial Colors | No Preservatives | Alcohol Free Tincture | Dairy Free | Nut Free | Gluten & Wheat Free | Celiac Friendly | Soy Free | Corn Free | Nightshade Free | Sugar Free | Made in a GMP Facility


Lemon Balm Leaf, or Melissa officinalis, is an herb native to southern Europe that can now be found around the world, including in North America. It is a member of the mint family with a pleasant, lemony smell, and is used in many applications including in cooking and personal care items. As a nervine & nootropic herbal, this tincture may improve your mood, help you relax, and boost memory & cognition. Though research is limited, this calming herb has also been used traditionally to assist with digestive health. High in polyphenols, Lemon Balm Leaf has antioxidant activity which may help support your immune system.  


Ingredients: Organically Grown Lemon Balm Leaf (Melissa officinalis). Other Ingredients: USP Grade Vegetable Glycerin and Purified Water.

Suggested Use: Shake well before use. Take 0.5mL (10 drops) 1 to 3 times a day, as needed or as recommended by a healthcare professional. Can be taken directly by mouth or added to water or juice.

NOTE: Consult your healthcare professional if you are pregnant, nursing, taking medication, or have a medical condition. Children under 12 and seniors over 65 should always consult with a physician or healthcare professional prior to use. 

Keep out of reach of children. Store in a cool, dry place.


Q: What is a Nootropic?

A: Natural nootropics are herbs and botanicals traditionally used to support cognitive function, particularly executive functions — focus, memory, creativity, or motivation — in healthy individuals.

Q: What is a Nervine?

A: Herbs which are known to soothe and act therapeutically on the nerves are called Nervine. These calming herbs support the nervous system, and are used to help relieve normal muscle tension and soothe the mind.

Q: Why make a glycerin-based herbal rather than alcohol-based?

A: These botanicals are made through dynamic processes, extracting heat-sensitive compounds with glycerin. This allows for more bioavailability of the organic compounds found in the herbs that would otherwise be denatured and rendered inert by alcohol. By using glycerin, a more biologically active and potent product is produced! 

Q: What does “Organically Grown Herbs, Ethically Wild Harvested or Selectively Cultivated” really mean?

A: Due to legal restrictions around the word “organic”, only certified producers can use the term in marketing their product. There are many pros and cons to this, as it stands. On many levels, it protects the consumer from purchasing products that call themselves organic without actually being so. On the other hand, gaining “organic” status from the USDA doesn’t mean that pesticides and chemical fertilizers aren’t used; they just happen to be pesticides and chemical fertilizers approved for use by the government. On top of that, to gain certifications from USDA agencies can be a lengthy & costly process. So what do we mean by organically grown? It means that a commitment has been made to grow and harvest herbs using organic methods, non-GMO seeds, using no synthetic fertilizers. 

Ethically wild harvested, or wildcrafted, is the practice of harvesting medicinal botanicals from their natural habitat. To do so ethically means that an effort is made to avoid over-harvesting any particular botanical in any specific region and taking clippings rather than the whole plant. Selectively cultivated botanicals are those that are grown in specific ways to promote their growth, which can include how the soil is tilled & aerated to, in the case of resins for example, how the resin is collected through the penetration of bark.