Linden lime tree 30g

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"Avramoglou" Linden lime tree, flamouri 30g This mildly sweet flower from the lime tree has been used in traditional folk medicine to help with colds, cough, fever, infections, inflammation, high blood pressure, headache (particularly migraine), as a diuretic (increases urine production), antispasmodic (reduces smooth muscle spasm along the digestive tract),...
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"Avramoglou" Linden lime tree, flamouri 30g

This mildly sweet flower from the lime tree has been used in traditional folk medicine to help with colds, cough, fever, infections, inflammation, high blood pressure, headache (particularly migraine), as a diuretic (increases urine production), antispasmodic (reduces smooth muscle spasm along the digestive tract), and sedative.
A wonderful afternoon or evening herbal tea as it relaxes the body of a stressful day. An essential herbal tea for everyday use as it contains no caffeine.

Caffeine content is No Caffeine.
Brew Instructions: 2 tsp, 5-10 minutes, 100° Celsius

Botanical description

Common lime trees grow up to 40 m. The bark is smooth with a thick, fibrous texture and the leaves are large, dark green and heart-shaped with a paler underside. The tree blossoms in small clusters of creamish yellow flowers, which are heavily scented and attractive to bees. The fruit are oval-shaped and ribbed with pointed tips.

Food uses

The flowers and leaves make a pleasantly soothing herbal tea. Dried lime flowers were once stocked in many French households to make Tilleul.

The flowers also flavour liqueurs, lemonade and cordial. The leaves can be picked for salads and sandwiches.

Nutritional profile

Mature lime leaves were dried into a food supplement and used as a nutritious gruel during the occupation of France in the second world war.

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