“Klosterfrau Melissengeist” -
A universal medicine establishes itself.
The cornerstone of one of the oldest and, until to-date, most successful German medicine, “Klosterfrau Melissengeist”, was laid through the establishment of the company "Maria Clementine Martin Klosterfrau" in 1826 in Cologne by a nun with that name. The distillate, made from the essential oil of the medical plant cloistral melissa with its intensive odor, is found in almost every third medicine chest in Germany.
With new medication coming on the market almost daily and getting more and more confusing, the herbal medicine “Klosterfrau Melissengeist” seems solid as a rock and is representing the desire of many people to use well-known and researched medicine.
Modern investigation methods have transformed the “reliable household remedy” into a generally accepted and well-tolerated medicine.
Apart from the agent-rich cloistral melissa another twelve carefully chosen herbal essences are found in the „Klosterfrau Melissengeist“ and usefully compliment each other. Wherefrom, the broad effectiveness spectrum is deflected in regard to several different discomforts such as uneasiness, sleeping disorders, cardio-vascular problems and meteorosensitivity. The highly concentrated essential oils also help fighting viruses of a cold and provide the readiness of a relaxing and body’s defenses activating sleep.
Important to know: No other so-called „Melissengeist“ has been registered with those extensive areas of application. Therefore, trust the original – only genuine with the three nuns – produced according to the recipe of the nun Maria Clementine Martin.