Melissa spp.



The Melissa genus comprises of four accepted species, they are perennial herbs in the Lamiaceae, or mint family. Native to Europe and Asia but have been extensively cultivated and naturalized in many other places across the world. Melissa species stems are square, and leaves emit a lemony scent when bruised. The most commonly grown species is M. officinalis, known in the United States as lemon balm, and as balm in England, this species has many medicinal properties.
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