Linden Sapwood can be used to help support respiratory tract infections, bronchitis, coughs and as a sedative.
Only the flowers of the Linden tree have any proven health value. In traditional health, they have also been used to help support stomach problems and cramps, flush excess water from the body, and calm the nerves. However, their effectiveness for these purposes has not been verified.
Common in northern temperate regions, the Linden tree is prized primarily for its wood, which is used in the sounding boards of pianos. Lindens often reach a height of 80 feet. Though they are also know as Common Lime, they bear no relation to the familiar citrus fruit. Linden flowers have several health properties. They loosen phlegm, soothe irritation, and promote sweating.
Linden Sapwood is also known as Common Lime and European Lime.
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Fresh drawn, boiling water contains the most oxygen, thereby giving the fullest taste to tea. Water that has been boiling for some time looses the oxygen and thereby the best taste.
Allow full expansion during the infusion and easy removal after the time for steeping has elapsed.
Draw into a tea pot or kettle the best fresh water that you have available.
Warm the teapot and cups while the water is boiling.
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