Lemon Balm Herb Powder

Botanical Name: Melissa officinalis
Plant Part Used: Leaves
Processing Method: Drying, Grinding

Lemon balm, also known as balm mint, is a perennial plant that originated in South-central Europe. It is also grown in Hungary, Italy, Egypt, and parts of Central Asia. The aromatic leaf in the Lamiaceae family is used in food items and drinks to add flavour. The herb is also a major ingredient in many beauty products, including soaps, scrubs, and salves. It has the capability to increase alertness and uplift the mood

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  • 1. Is Lemon Balm same as lemon?
    No, lemon and lemon balm are not same. While the botanical name of lemon is Citus limon, the botanica The leaves of the plant are used in this Lemon balm herb powder. l name of lemon balm is Melissa officinalis. The genus and species of both plants are different
  • 2. Which plant part is used in this Product?
    The leaves of the plant are used in this Lemon balm herb powder. 
  • 3. Is this product sour in taste?
    No, this Lemon balm herb powder has a characteristic taste. 
  • 4. What is the mesh size for this ingredient?
    The mesh size of this ingredient is 40 to 100 mesh. 
  • 5. What is the acceptable limit for ash value & why?
    The acceptable ash limit for our lemon balm herb powder is below 10% as a value more than this would represent the presence of harmful impurities. 
  • 6. Is E. coli & Salmonella present in this Lemon Balm Herb Powder?
    No, E. coli & salmonella are not present in the Lemon Balm herb powder that we provide. 
  • 7. What are the heavy metals you consider for qualifying this material and why?
    We test our products for the presence of heavy metals including cadmium, arsenic, mercury, and lead as these are known as carcinogens and considered harmful for human consumption beyond certain limits. We also make sure our products abide by California prop 65 regulations for lead content below 0.5 ppm levels. 
  • 8. Is this Lemon Balm Herb Powder GMO-free?
    Yes, our products are free from GMO. As GMOs are dangerous for health, we do not accept lemon balm herb powder from the facilities where GMOs are manufactured, processed, or produced. 
  • 9. Is this product Irradiated or ETO treated?
    We do not supply Irradiated or ETO treated lemon balm herb powder in order to maintain the quality of our products.