The original name comes from Greek meliteia which means "honey bee" and reminds us of the sweet scent of flowers. during the middle ages, the name was changed into lemon balm or malissa. The Greeks and Romans seem to have been fondenough of the plant with a lemon-hint of mint smell, but its real fans were the Arabs. they held that lemon balm was good for heart disorders, as well as for lifting the spirits.
Melissa's intense flavor makes it ideal on green and cucumber salads. It enhances the flavors of grilled, baked, and steamed fish. Great on white meats and poultry stuffing.
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