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Tilia Cordata Herb Uses, Benefits, Cures, Side Effects, Nutrients

Repertory
General Name
Tilia Cordata
English Name
Small Leaved Linden
Botanical Name
Tilia Cordata

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Tilia Cordata Cures

 

Action of Tilia Cordata

Nutrients in Tilia Cordata

Parts Used

Flowers, Leaves, Wood, Charcoal

Side Effects, Risk Factors of, and Cautions for Tilia Cordata

It may cause Allergy. Consult your Doctor or Physician before consuming.
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Description

Tilia Cordata is a tree.
It is deciduous.
It grows in a temperate climate.
It grows up to 40 M.
 
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Materia Medica for Tilia Cordata

Tilia Cordata General

Tilia Cordata is the most effective Tilia species medicinally. It improves the Immune System, prevents certain Cancer forms, detoxifies Body, eliminated Anxiety, lowers Inflammation and Blood Pressure.
The tea possesses soothing properties. It reduces mental stress and Anxiety.
It contains Antioxidant compounds like Querceti and Kaempferol. It improves overall health and prevents Chronic diseases.
It protects Skin from Aging and Sun exposure.
It prevents the growth and development of cancerous cells in the Body. It prevents the Body from various Cancer forms.
The tea is very effective in releasing toxins from the Body. It expels excess salt, fat, water and foreign substances from the Body.
The tea reduces the the pain associated with Arthritis, Gout, headache and other Inflammatory conditions.
The tea reduces Gastrointestinal discomfort. It stimulates proper Digestion and excretion of food.
The wood is used in the treatment of Liver and Gallbladder Disorders. It is also used to treat Cellulitis. It reduces the inflammation of the Skin and surrounding soft tissue.
The flowers of the plant are dried and used as Tea. The tea is rich in Phytonutrients, Flavonoids and Diaphoretic substances.
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Queries on Tilia Cordata
Shirley mitchell ( UK )
17 Dec 2017
since reading side effects of celestial seasonings tea I am a little nervous of taking it on a regular basis. My sleep pattern isn`t good. I wake a lot in the night and tense up, for no reason I can think of. I am a married woman of 72 years, no family problems. I do suffer from Bronchiectasis which may be part of the problem but this is successfully treated with chinese herbs by a qualified chinese doctor. I find the tea works really well but reading that in rare cases one of the ingredients, tilia flowers can, be related to cardiac problems I would like to know for sure how safe it is to take this on a regular basis.
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