Is it possible to baldness in pregnancy?
Many people are well aware of such a plant as melissa. It has a pleasant fresh aroma and a spicy taste, in addition, is well known for its soothing effect. But is it possible to use lemon balm in pregnancy? After all, during this period, a woman is more than ever subject to mood swings, depression and nervousness. Let’s figure out how to apply this phyto-medicine, so as not to harm the process of getting pregnant and the baby in the womb.
Those who do not know very well about herbs often take ordinary meats for melissa. But they have differences: if rubbed in the hands of the latter, it is possible to feel the sheer smell of lemon. In connection with this, lemon balm is also called lemon mint or lemon grass.
This plant is known to people from time immemorial, cultivated it still in ancient Rome and Greece. Today, its leaflets are used in cooking, in cosmetology and in pharmaceutics, including traditional medicine. Melissa collects its curative power before the moment of flowering, therefore it is recommended to collect it just in this period. Dry it should not for long and in a dark place. If there is no possibility to prepare a medicinal product on its own, then it is easy to purchase and in a pharmacy.
Melissa has the following effects on the body:
- antispasmodic and analgesic;
- sedative (sedative) and sleeping pills.