Linden herbal tea - Notre Dame d'Aiguebelle
A majestic tree, with soothing scent ...
Very often planted along the streets, the lime tree is identified by its heart-shaped leaves, and its small flowers with a soft, yellow-green fin-like bract. It flowers in June, offering its honey scent.
Inflorescences are collected from wild and cultivated trees when two-thirds of the flowers are mature. They are then dried in thin layers out of the sun, and then used to create this infusion.
The wood lime, Tilia sylvestris, of the Tiliaceae family, is often the most used.
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Peace and relaxation
The evening infusion with flowers and linden bracts is a popular and charming ritual. It has antitussive and sedative medicinal properties of the central nervous system, and can also be drunk in case of digestive disorders, dizziness, palpitations and insomnia.
Medicinal properties of linden tea
Linden flowers are known to contain an aromatic essence which:
is rich in magnesium
contains mucilages and tannins (in small quantities) with emollient and anti-inflammatory properties;
contains flavonoid glucosides with diuretic and sweat benefits.
Also, linden tea could help you:
Helping natural sleep, increasing its quality and duration, and acting slowly, gently, and not aggressively. It is indicated for children.