The History of Eau De Melisse

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For over 400 years, pharmacies have sold a blend of 14 plants and nine spices called eau de melisse des Carmes Boyer. Lemon balm has been used as a comforting herb since Antiquity. Its sedative and antispasmodic properties make it a valuable natural remedy for digestive problems. Other ingredients include chamomile, peppermint, nutmeg, and a host of spices. These ingredients are diluted in water to form a soothing solution.

The secret recipe of eau de melisse was first disclosed in 1671 by Nicolas Lemery, after receiving it from Damien, a monk of the Order of Discalced Carmelites. Later, the formula was shared with the world, after several unsuccessful attempts to patent the product and protect its revenue. In the early 1700s, the formula for eau de melisse was published. Regardless of the source of its fame, the formula is a timeless beauty product that has made the elixir famous for centuries.

While melisse is now widely available, it is not available in the United States. France has strict regulations on this topic, but there is an alternative: a product called eau de melisse is manufactured in laboratories and made in small batches, thereby reducing the risk of contamination. This type of product is often sold under the brand name Eau de Carmes. This is an excellent choice for a special occasion or gift.

The original recipe for eau de melisse comes from Nicolas Le Fevre, an artisanal perfumer in the 16th century. The distillation process includes melisse, sugar, and white egg. The result is an incredibly fragrant, natural, and highly effective liquid. Until today, the melisse has been a popular product and has been used by many renowned people throughout history. There are countless varieties of eau de melisse in the market, but the most reliable source is the original and most natural.

Melisse eau de canne contains alcohol, which makes it not a good choice for young children. While this alcohol-based product is effective, it should be consumed in small doses and on sugar to make it easier to digest. It can also be added to a hot drink or used to soothe nerves and assist with digestion. It is also a great way to relax before sleep or before a decalage.

There are many recipes for eau de melisse. Different pharmacies have different recipes. The one in Bordeaux differed from that of Paris, and melisse from one region differed from another. After two centuries, the recipe was passed from pharmacy to pharmacy, and nine different formulas were produced. The recipe was passed from one pharmacist to another, and in the following century, Pierre Catinot ceded his business to Leon Bertrand Magonty. Magonty was franc-macon affilie to the Triangle-Chapitre Essence of Paix. Later, Joseph Henry was assigned to Pelletier.

The melisse was a secret for a while. The original bottles were made with crystal and opaline. Then, the societe of l’Eau de melisse des Carmes Boyer was formed. In 1889, this societe had a stand at the Exposition universelle. It also made a name for itself as an important perfume for women. The scent grew ever more popular and was used to promote love.

Eau de melisse was used in the 17th century. It was distilled with 14 herbs and was given a name after the honey-nymphs of the Carmes. Today, the elixir can be bought in French pharmacies or on-line. There are a variety of elixirs containing melissa. Its composition is unique in its combination of herbal extracts, including lemon balm and hyssop in flower.

The origin of eau de melisse is unknown, but the use of it in perfumes and cosmetics goes back to the sixteenth century. Carmes, a French doctor and pharmacist, first made the elixir, which became famous for its cures. The cardinal de Richelieu used a bottle of it when he suffered from migraines. The use of eau de melisse in perfumes and colognes was soon adopted by dames of the court.

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