Your pregnancy should be a wonderful time; don’t let morning sickness ruin it. Melissa hydrosol is known as a digestive aid, reducing nausea, calming upset stomachs, and taming intestinal spasms and cramps, including those that may accompany colitis and Crohn’s disease. Many people use melissa daily in a hot or cold beverage to encourage their overall well-being. It calms the mind, lessening stress and anxiety. Because it has anti-infectious properties and is an immunostimulant, this daily use may also help protect you during flu and allergy season.

Melissa brings a calming presence to skin rashes and irritations. You can spritz it on your face and hands or add it to lotions to take advantage of its anti-aging properties. Studies have shown that melissa hydrosol may also be used to combat herpes sores because it is an antiviral; see the protocol in our how-to-use section.*

Melissa is gentle enough for children. Use it to soothe your baby’s diaper rash or cradle cap or in their evening bath to bring a sense of calm and to lower anxiety. Some studies have shown melissa to be effective in lessening ADHD symptoms because it calms the body while improving focus.**

* See https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19023806

**See https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0944711314001494


Plant Parts: Flowers and Leaves
Botanical Family: Lamiaceae
Chemical Family: Aldehydes, Esters and Sesquiterpenes
Country of Origin: Bulgaria
Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled
Cultivation Method: Certified Organic
Aroma: Citrus, Dry, Floral, Fresh, Herbaceous, Lemony, Rosy and Strong
Note Classification: Middle



Therapeutic Properties

  • Analgesic – An agent that relieves or diminishes pain.
  • Antidepressant – An agent that is uplifting and counteracts melancholy.
  • Anti-infectious – Helps the body strengthen its own resistance to infective organisms and rid the body of illness.
  • Anti-inflammatory – Alleviates inflammation.
  • Antiviral – An agent that can destroy or inhibit the growth and reproduction of viruses.
  • CNS Sedative – Calming to the central nervous system.
  • Digestive – Increases functional activity of the digestive tract.
  • Immunostimulant – Stimulates functioning of the immune system.
  • Sedative – Calms and tranquilizes by lowering the functional activity of the organ or body part.
  • Stimulant – An agent that stimulates the physiological functions of the body.
  • Tonic — An agent that strengthens and improves bodily performance.


ADHD: For children, 30 milliliters in one liter of water and drink it throughout the day; for adults, 60 milliliters in one liter of water.

Allergies, flu prevention: Add 30 milliliters to one liter of water and drink it throughout the day for 21 days; then stop for seven days. Repeat if still in heightened flu or allergy season.

Anxiety: Use in hot or cold beverage as a tonic.

Baby anxiety: Add to bath water.

Diaper rash, cradle cap: Spritz or pat it on and allow to air dry.

Herpes sores: Apply undiluted to herpes sores 6–10 times a day, and with each application take one-half tablespoon of the hydrosol internally.

Intestinal cramps, digestive issues: Use in hot or cold beverage as a tonic.

Morning sickness: Use in hot or cold beverage as a tonic.

PMS and menstrual symptoms: Use in hot or cold beverage as a tonic.

Poison ivy or oak: Spritz or pat it on undiluted as soon as possible and allow to air dry.

Rashes, skin irritations: Spritz or pat it on and allow to air dry.

Skin care, aging: Spritz on face and hands or add to lotions.


No known safety concerns.



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