Specification: Extract Ratio 4: 1; Rosmarinic Acid 2-10%
Assay Method: TLC; HPLC
Botanical Source: Melissa Officinalis
Botanical Part Used: Leaf
Certification: ISO22000, ISO9001, GMP
Introduction of Lemon Balm Extract
Lemon Balm (Melissa officinalis) is a multi-year herb of the Lamiaceae Melissa genus. It is native to Russia and Central Asian countries, from Iran to the Mediterranean and the Atlantic coast. Cultivated by Chinese folk. Lemon Balm mainly uses fresh leaves. The leaves are harvested before flowering. Products that can be developed include tea drinks, tea bags, salads, lemon balm vinegar, sauces, pickles and herb pillows. The leaves can be crushed into insect-proof ointment and insect repellent. According to the reference report, lemon balm is a multi-purpose health plant. It can be used alone or mixed with other health herbs. It is extremely effective in promoting sweating.