Lemon balm grows easily in the garden or indoors, and its fresh, light fragrance is the perfect wake-up in the morning, or when you are starting to get befuddled by all of the day's challenges. It's also a natural, light and come-hither scent for your hair.
Using it is easy, just crush the leaves in your fingers, breath in the aroma, and then run your finger through your hair. In less time than it takes to tell, you are refreshed, and you smell great.
Keep potted lemon balm in your office window, or plant a patch near your front door for easy access.
Lighter than perfume, and without the chemical additives, lemon balm is a versatile herb that has a fragrance men love, will never give you a headache, and can easily be rubbed into a handkerchief, dried and sewn into a sachet, or made into a refreshing potpourri. Check back in a few days for an easy recipe for lemon balm hair rinse.
If you would like to learn more about growing and using lemon balm, take a look at my article: How to Grow Lemon Balm for more tips.