The plants dracocephalum moldavica l and melissa officinalis l, which belong to the family lamiaceae, have been used in iran for their culinary usefulness and medicinal properties therefore, extracts of the plants were screened for antioxidant properties in a battery of in vitro assays. So the author of this thesis will follow suit with trust that the reader has the ability to discriminate the information, and use lemon balm accordingly.
Lemon balm (melissa officinalis l), is one of the important medicinal plant species in the family lamiaceae that is blessed with bioactive compounds ( kim et al, 2010. Melissa officinalis extract is of value in the management of mild to moderate alzheimer's disease and has a positive effect on agitation in such patients12 anti-viral and anti-microbial activity melissa is a folkloric remedy for viral infections, and many modern clinicians report efficacy for herpetic infections.
Previous research has demonstrated the mood altering effects of melissa officinalis as well as the improvement in memory that follows use of this natural supplement (kennedy, scholey, tildesley, perry, & wesnes, 2002) hence, melissa officinalis may be an alternative to the currently prescribed anti- anxiety medications. Melissa officinalis l has attracted an increased interest in recent years due to its multiple pharmacological effects this study aimed to compare two m officinalis ethanolic extracts, obtained from leaves and stems, with regard to their antioxidant activity, total phenolic content, and cytotoxic effects. Melissa officinalis is a plant from the family lamiaceae, native in europe particularly in the mediterranean region.
Pdf | lemon balm (melissa officinalis l), member of lamiaceae (formerly labiatae) family, is one of the important medicinal plant species today, it is used in different branches of industry.
Research on the effect of gamma ionizing radiations on aromatic herbs research on the effect of gamma ionizing radiations on (melissa officinalis l), oregano (origanum vulgare l.
Melissa officinalis is a bushy, aromatic plant from the mint family labiatae although more than 100 chemical compounds have been identified in m officinalis, its main components include citral, linalool, geraniol, β-caryophyllene oxide, phenolic acid, tannins, rosmarinic acid and caffeic acid.