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Linden Blossom Herb Uses, Benefits, Cures, Side Effects, Nutrients

General Name
Linden Blossom
Glycemic Index / Load
Linden Blossom
Botanical Name
Tiliaceae, Tilia Spp.

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Linden Blossom Cures


Action of Linden Blossom

Nutrients in Linden Blossom

Taste of
Linden Blossom

Parts Used

Flowers, Fruits

Side Effects, Risk Factors of, and Cautions for Linden Blossom

Avoid use during Heart Problems.
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Linden Blossom is a tree.
It is deciduous.
It grows in a temperate climate.
It grows up to 40 M.
Best used for Hypertension.

Materia Medica

In High blood pressure it may be used with Hawthorn and Loranthus Mulberry Mistletoe.
It combines well with Hops in nervousness and Elder in common cold.

Grown In

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Materia Medica for Linden Blossom

Single Herb

Linden Blossom for Cold, Flu

Steep One tablespoon Linden Blossom flowers in One cup of water for One hour. Drink twice a day.

Linden Blossom for Skin

The inner bark of Linden Blossom can be applied directly to the skin. It helps in various skin problems like Eczema, Itching, Burns, Sores etc.

Linden Blossom for Bulimia

Make infusion of the dried flower of Linden Blossom. Have two glasses two times a day.

Linden Blossom for Hoarseness

Take 2 to 3 dried flowers of Linden Blossom. Add in a glass of milk. Boil until it remains to half. Drink it at night daily.

Linden Blossom for High Blood Pressure

Drink 2 cups of Linden Blossom infusion daily to get a complete cure from High BP.
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Herbal Treatment For Preeclampsia 1

Make a decoction of Dandelion roots, Linden Blossom berries and Hawthorn berries. Take once a day.
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Abdul Razzaq ( LLahore. Pakistan )
14 Dec 2016
The following herb is not included in your list, where as it is a common herb in our both countries.
- Corchorus depressus (L.)
( Bahu Phali - Boh Phali - Bhauphali )

Herbpathy Admin
15 Dec 2016
Dear Abdul Razzaq,
Thank you for bringing this to our notice. Our Research team definitely look into it.
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