Linden Tea great for Stress Relief
Linden Tea - Tilia cordata Miller
Used part: Leaf, Stem, Flower
The linden tree is an herb that is present mostly in the Northern Hemisphere region, whose environment conducive to its development may be a site with a high concentration of humus, which are the remains of dead animals or plants that end up being deposited in the soil, deciduous forests, rocky terrain with an incidence of humidity, or even rocky or sunny slopes. The sun is a fundamental element so that the plant can develop properly. It can obtain crosses quite easily, which makes it a difficult task to identify all varieties already cultivated, yet there are 40 different species of the same.
Around the world the linden tree can acquire differentiated characteristics, as, for example, in Central Europe the plant acquires the surprising height of 30 meters, whereas in Finland it reaches 25 with one meter of diameter. If it is cultivated in open lands its trunk becomes short, but thick, already in environments of forests the plant presents itself quite high and erect. However, to the part, linden is highly beneficial to our body, this because it has properties that help regulate the digestive system to the cardiovascular. And to take advantage of these benefits we can make use of your tea, which concentrates most of these properties.
It is very famous for having great effects on anxiety, stress and other nervous problems, both in children and in adults. In addition to all this, linden tea can still help prevent insomnia and provide a calmer sleep. It also helps heal other factors that arise due to the nervous system and its disorders, such as headache and gastric distress.
An excellent home remedy for gastrointestinal discomforts and inflammations that occur in the digestive system is the tea made with the barks of this tree. But if the tea is made from the flowers, it can improve digestion and exercise the muscles of the digestive tract. The plant has medicinal properties antispasmodic, that is, it is a very good natural remedy to cure coughs and colds, in addition to strengthening the immune system of our body. It is a powerful antidepressant. Often serves as a good painkiller. Even in the treatment of measles Tilia presents some properties that can help us.
Good Herbal Remedy:
- High blood pressure
- Nervous tension
- Poor digestion
- Stomach pain
- Skin infections
- Put 2 tablespoons of herb to a liter of water
- Turn off when the water reaches boil
- Cover and leave the solution muffled for about 10 minutes
- Strain and drink
How to Drink:
Take 2 to 3 cups a day.
The consumption of linden is contraindicated for pregnant or breastfeeding women, or for users of medication for the treatment of chronic problems. To any allergic reaction your consumption should be suspended immediately. It is important to remember that any herbal treatment should be accompanied by a doctor or trained person.