Linden is a common name for trees belonging to the Tilia genus. The dried flower, leaves, and wood are used for medicine. People have utilized linden flowers’ medicinal properties for hundreds of years.
The suggested intake of Linden Flower:
- A typical 8-ounce (235-ml) mug of linden tea contains about 1.5 grams of loose tea. Still, there is some variability in how much you may ingest after it infuses hot water. It’s a good idea to limit your intake to no more than 3 cups a day, as needed.
Here are some of the benefits known across the world about Linden Flower:
- May promote relaxation
- It May help fight inflammation
- It may reduce mild pain
- It May have diuretic effects
- Soothes your digestive tract
- Easy to add to your diet
Linden is an herb that comes from various species of Tilia, or lime tree. It has been used in European folk medicine for centuries to treat a wide range of health problems. Flowers from 2 linden species (Tilia cordata and Tilia platyphyllos) were historically used to soothe nerves and treat health problems associated with anxiety. These flowers were steeped like tea to relieve anxiety related to indigestion, irregular heartbeat, and vomiting. Today, linden is used in many cough and cold remedies. Active ingredients in linden help promote sweating, which may help treat people with fevers.
Pregnant women or women trying to become pregnant, breastfeeding mothers, and infants shouldn’t take any herbal, medicinal, or natural intakes. The only reason is for the sake of the little ones, the body has not yet developed its full immunity.
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