balm

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Any soothing oil or lotion, especially an aromatic one

There is a balm in Gilead.... (Spiritual).

Any of various aromatic plants of the genus Melissa, such as lemon balm (Melissa officinalis) or bee balm
A plant or tree yielding such substance
Something soothing

Classical music is a sweet balm for our sorrows.

Any of various aromatic resins exuded from certain plants, especially trees of the genus Commiphora of Africa, Arabia and India and Myroxylon of South America
{v} t. to sooth, to anoint
{n} the name of a plant
Balm is a sweet-smelling oil that is obtained from some tropical trees and used to make creams that heal wounds or reduce pain
soothing oil or lotion
{i} ointment, lotion, cream; soothing medication
Any fragrant ointment
An aromatic plant of the genus Melissa
To anoint with balm, or with anything medicinal
The resinous and aromatic exudation of certain trees or shrubs
any of various aromatic resinous substances used for healing and soothing
semisolid preparation (usually containing a medicine) applied externally as a remedy or for soothing an irritation
Anything that heals or that mitigates pain
Hence: To soothe; to mitigate
approval If you refer to something as balm, you mean that it makes you feel better. The place is balm to the soul. Any of several fragrant herbs of the mint family, particularly Melissa officinalis (balm gentle, or lemon balm), cultivated in temperate climates for its fragrant leaves, which are used as a scent in perfumes and as a flavouring. The name is also applied to Melittis melissophyllum (bastard balm), Monarda didyma (bergamot, or bee balm), Collinsonia canadensis (horse balm), Glecoma hederacea and Satureja (Calamintha) nepeta (field balm), and Molucella laevis (Molucca balm, or bells of Ireland), as well as to aromatic substances from species of Commiphora (trees and shrubs of the incense-tree family)
balm of gilead
{i} sweet smelling ointment made from the resin of a type of evergreen tree
balm of gilead
small evergreen tree of Africa and Asia; leaves have a strong aromatic odor when bruised a fragrant oleoresin
balm of the Gilead
{i} ancient remedy used for healing and soothing
basil balm
A fragrant European mint, Satureia acinos, which has also been naturalised in eastern North America
basil balm
A perennial herb, Monarda clinopodia, found in eastern North America, which has aromatic foliage and white- or yellowish- pink flowers
basil balm
perennial herb of North America (New York to Illinois and mountains of Alaska) having aromatic leaves and clusters of yellowish-pink balls
bee balm
The aromatic plant Monarda punctata, native to North America, also called Bergamot (but not the same species as Citrus bergamina used to flavor Earl Grey Tea though similar in scent). Referred to as Bee Balm because bees are attracted to the blossoms which are rich in nectar. In America it is also known as Oswego tea
lemon balm
a perennial herb, Melissa officinalis, of southern Europe; used as a flavouring in ice cream etc
lip balm
a substance topically applied to the lips of the mouth to relieve chapped or dry lips, angular cheilitis or stomatitis, and cold sores
heart balm statute
(Kanun) Legislation which abolishes causes of action for alienation of affections, breach of promise to marry, criminal conversation, or seduction. Clark, The Law of Domestic Relations in the United States vol. I, 659 (2d ed. 1988)
lip balm
Lip balm or lip salve is a substance topically applied to the lips of the mouth to relieve chapped or dry lips, angular cheilitis or stomatitis, and cold sores. Lip gloss is similar, but generally has only cosmetic properties. The balm is usually manufactured from beeswax, petroleum jelly, menthol, camphor, scented oils, and various other ingredients. Some manufacturers also add vitamins, alum, salicylic acid, or aspirin. Most lip balms also contain octinoxate, avobenzone, and/or other sunscreens to minimize sun damage
balms
plural of balm
bee balm
perennial aromatic herb of eastern North America having variously colored tubular flowers in dense showy heads perennial herb of North America
bee balm
An aromatic eastern North American herb (Monarda didyma) in the mint family, having variously colored, tubular bilabiate flowers grouped in dense showy heads. Also called bergamot. Any of 12 North American annual or perennial plants in the genus Monarda, variously known as bergamot, horsemint, and bee balm. They belong to the mint family and have showy flowers. Wild bergamot (M. fistulosa) has a minty aroma. The more sharply scented Oswego tea (M. didyma; a bergamot variety) is native to eastern North America but is widely cultivated elsewhere
horse balm
erect perennial strong-scented with serrate pointed leaves and a loose panicle of yellowish flowers; the eastern United States
horse balm
Any of several strongly aromatic, eastern North American plants of the genus Collinsonia, having opposite leaves, square stems, and axillary clusters of lemon-scented yellow flowers
lemon balm
lemony leaves used for a tisane or in soups or fruit punches
lemon balm
Type: Herb (fresh sprigs) Description: Mint-like leaves, also called balm Flavor: Sweet, lemon flavor with a citrus scent Uses: Jams and jellies, salads, soups, teas
lemon balm
- A fragrant garden plant that releases its scent when brushed against It should be a first choice for the herb garden as it is both decorative and useful
lemon balm
lemony leaves used for a tisane or in soups or fruit punches bushy perennial Old World mint having small white or yellowish flowers and fragrant lemon-flavored leaves; a garden escapee in northern Europe and North America
lemon balm
an easy-to-grow herb that happily re-seeds itself throughout our gardens, lemon balm has a delightful lemon fragrance It can act as an insect repellent, and is also useful in treating skin problems (found in Herbal Pet Shampoo)
lemon balm
bushy perennial Old World mint having small white or yellowish flowers and fragrant lemon-flavored leaves; a garden escapee in northern Europe and North America
lemon balm
(Melissa officianalis) anti-viral in nature specifically toward the herpes simplex virus Also anti-bacterial, anti-spasmodic, digestive stimulant & relaxing to the nervous system
lip balm
{i} balm for the lips
lip balm
a substance used to protect dry lips
lip balm
a balm applied to the lips
molucca balm
aromatic annual with a tall stems of small whitish flowers enclosed in a greatly enlarged saucer- or bell-shaped calyx
balm