Linden (Tilia L.) trees grow in Europe and America. A characteristic feature of Linden is beautifully fragrant yellow flowers. Linden usually blooms in late June and early July. In this period flowers should be collected, as then they have most valued properties.
Linden Flowers are often used in herbalism and in cosmetics. Linden extract is added, for example, to creams, care masks and body lotions.
How To Use Linden Flowers Health Embassy
1-2 tsp of Linden Flowers pour 200ml of boiling water. Let it stand covered for infusion for 10-15 minutes. After cooling, strain, and drink half a glass up to 3 times a day.
You can also combine Linden Flowers with other herbs to make hot or cold teas.
Pour about 1-2 tsp of Linden Flowers with 1-2 tbsp of boiling water, and after cooling, add 1 tsp of honey and stir. Apply this mask to the face and leave for about 15 minutes, then wash with warm water.
3-4 tbsp of Linden Flowers pour a litre of hot water and brew for 20-30 minutes under the cover. Then strain and pour into a bathtub with warm water. You can also add a few drops of lavender oil.
Mix 2 tbsp of Linden Flowers with 2 tbsp of Stinging Nettle Leaf. Pour one litre of boiling water and brew for 20 minutes under the cover. Then strain and pour the infusion into a bowl or larger pot. Add some cold water to make sure, that is not hot. Soak your hair for 5-10 minutes by gently rubbing the scalp to stimulate hair roots and facilitate the absorption of nutrients. Do not rinse off.
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It does not replace the consultation with a doctor and cannot be used as a medication or be a part of therapy. All decisions on this matter should be consulted with your doctor.