Lemon Balm is known to help balance the body and promote regular ovulation while also boosting regular ovulation and lengthening the luteal phase. Lemon balm has been cultivated since at least the 16th century. The leaves are used as a herb, as a tea, and as a flavoring. The plant is used to attract bees in order to produce honey. It is farmed for both aesthetic reasons and for its oil. In the health industry, it is most commonly given as a herbal tea or as an external application in the form of an essential oil.
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