Other Names for Linden
Small Leaf, Lime Tree, Tilia
Plant Family of Linden
Origin of Starwest Botanical Organic Linden Leaf & Flower C/S
Health Benefits of Linden
Anxiety, Powerful Antioxidants, Anti-Aging, Powerful Detoxer, Boost Immune System, Anti-Inflammatory, Headaches, Fevers, Arthritis, High Blood Pressure, Anti-Cancer, Kidney Health, and Liver Health.
Uses for Linden Leaf & Flower
Flavor of Linden Leaf & Flower
Vitamins, Minerals and Components found in Linden Leaf & Flower
Phytonutrients and Flavonoids.
History of Linden
Linden or Tilia is native throughout most of the Northern Hemisphere, and has been used for thousands of years for its medicinal health benefits. Originally it was mainly eaten raw to treat fevers, and eventually became a popular tea. Europeans believed it would cure epilepsy, and just by sitting under the tree a couple would fall in love, which is where it got its name “The Tree of Lovers.” The linden tree has been widely used throughout history by poets due to its beauty and grace, and was even a favorite wood during the Middle Ages for carvings and statues.
Precautions of Linden Leaf & Flower
If pregnant, nursing or on medications consult with a qualified practitioner.
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