Chemical Composition of the Melissa Herb
Chemical Composition of the Melissa Herb.:
Melissa genus leaves contain tannin about 5%,and contain volatile oils,also contain bio flavones and other chemicals.
Balm Mint contains eugenol,tannins,and terpenes.Melissa officinalis also contains 1-octen-3-ol,10-alpha-cadinol,3-octanol,3-octanone, alpha-cubebene,alpha-humulene,beta-bourbonene,caffeic acid,caryophyllene,caryophyllene oxide,catechinene,chlorogenic acid,cis-3-hexenol,cis-ocimene,citral A,citral B,citronellal,copaene,delta-cadinene,eugenyl acetate,gamma-cadinene,geranial,geraniol,geranyl acetate,germacrene D,isogeranial,linalool,luteolin-7-glucoside,methylheptenone,neral,nerol,octyl benzoate,oleanolic acid,pomolic acid, protocatechuic acid,rhamnazine,rosmarinic acid,rosmarinin acid,stachyose,succinic acid,thymol,trans-ocimene and ursolic acid.Lemon balm flowers may contain traces of harmine.
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