Let Avoid Hair Loss Using "Mint Plant" Amazing.

Last Update: August 08, 2020

MINT PLANT

I love WA, because it's the only place where I share what I know with the ones whom I feel that they are less Cared or leftout.

Intro:

Am sure to many of us here at WA, have seen or heard of the above plant am here to talk about as a remedy for our hair loss, and having given a second chance to have my hair back, It sounds like magic but it's true and worth the effort of trying it out, the plant lovers can use it for decolations in their home compound gardens, but it's alot more.

Historical Background & It's Uses:

Common Name: Melissa, Lemon Balm, or Balm Mint
Under Plant Category:
Antiviral, or Nerve Tonic

History:

A Melissa plant is a plant native to the eastern Mediterranean basin far in Turkey, and found in all the temperate climatic regions of bthis planet.

It's used as a medicinal plant, dates back to Theophrastus and Hippocrates, in Ancient Greece at the time, This was already recognized by it's benefits of calming down people's anxious and soothe nervous disorders.

Arabs have used this plant as antispasmodic and Europeans as digestive, soothing and antiviral treatment.

In the contemporary world, Including our WA, the Melissa is used in herbal medicine to treat anxiety and nervous disorders as well as gastrointestinal problems and is also used for its stimulating effect on brain function and its effectiveness in the treatment of insomnia, and lastly but Not the least, this magical melissa can return back your fallen hair, amazing Uhh.

Best Description of Mint:

Lemon Balm is a perenial, bushy, 30cm to 80cm tall plant with erect, square stem branched and pubescent, with pale green leaves on the underside & brighter on the upper surface, opposite, ovate & petiolate, rough to the touch, slightly lemony when wrinkled, flowers, white or pink, are inserted into the axils of the leaves.

The fruits are tetrakene of brown color, containing dark brown seeds and shining. There are several varieties of licorice, aura, lemonella, lime among others. The plant grows well on fresh soils, whether exposed to the sun or shade all works for its growth.

Internally Used:

Treatment of nervous disorders: stress, anxiety, nervous breakdown.

Antispasmodic effects: Spasms of the stomach and colon.

Sleep disorders: Insomnia, Heart problems, tachycardia, Gastric disorders: Excessive stomach acid, It Improves blood circulation: distension or contrctionof vessels.

In Traditional Way:

The Melissa plant has a beneficial effect on morale for some, its use increases longevity, for others, it heals wounds, soothes palpitations & toothaches.

As a Relaxing Plant:

Lemon Balm is an effective relaxant for anxiety, Mild Depression, nervousness and irritability. It reduces emotivity and soothes heart palpitations of nervous origin. indicated when anxiety causes digestive disorders such as indigestion, acidity, nausea, bloating and colic.

Herpes:

Melissa eliminates rash from the virus and reduces its frequency.

More Uses:

Lemon balm is useful for treating cuts, insect bites and fever too.

Others:

Its used for the treatment of nervous and digestive disorders, lemon balm can be taken in several forms: [1.5 to 4.5g - 1-3 times per day] of dried aerial parts [leaves, flowers] of the plant 2 to 4 ml of liquid extract [3 times a day], 2 to 6 ml of mother tincture [3 times a day].

Treatment of agitation, anxiety and insomnia, gently pass lemon balm essential oil on the temples and arms. you can also dilute 10 drops of this essential oil in a soap to incorporate in a hot bath.

Treatment of Cold Sores, use a cream containing 1% freeze - dried aqueous extract of lemon balm, 2 to 4 times a day, or make infusion - based compresses.

Treatment of minor wounds and neuralgia, pass on the painful areas 5 drops of essential oil mixed with 1 teaspoon of olive oil Apply 2 to 4 times a day.

Stimulates Hair Growth:

Ingredients:

1. Mint, Melissa or Lemon Balm.

Procedures:

Mint

Let's Put 2 Cups of water to heat & we toss 2 spoonfuls of leaves of fresh Mint or one of dry Mint. Cover and let it rest.

Now, the infusion is strained and put in a spray bottle.

It is applied directly on the scalp giving a massage.

And it sits for half an hour and clears up. In the fridge it can stay up to a week.

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Happy Weekend and Enjoy:

Signed by:

KP.

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