Lemon balm or Melissa Officinalis Is a lemon-scented herb that has a place with the Mint family. This perpetual plant belongs to the family Labiatae. It is filled in the Mediterranean region, as it is innate to West Asia, North Africa and Europe. It carries antiseptic properties that help manage several medical conditions like cold sores, high cholesterol, heartburn, indigestion, insomnia, etc. The leaves are filled with a little lemon aroma and are used to make multi herb combination products. The heart-shaped leaves are 2-8 cm long and have a rough surface. Since ancient times, it has been used in numerous forms by many countries. Like, Indians use it as a herb in Tea, Iranians use it in the form of medicine as a cure for several disorders, North Africans, West Asians and Europeans use it in the form of Lip balm. While, in some parts of the World, it is used to attract the bees to produce honey. Lemon Balm provides several benefits like relieving stress, minimizing menstrual cramps, ease headache pain, lessen tooth pain, and dizziness. The important components of Lemon Balm hold Rosemerinic acid, Chlorogenic acid, Metric acid, Flavonoids, etc., which act as a relieving agent. When applied to treat an ailment, it is massaged 3-4 times per day into the tender area.