In traditional medicine, linden tea is used as a remedy for treating inflammatory diseases of the respiratory system: bronchitis, pharyngitis, laryngitis, etc. The reason is that the essential oils from these flowers can soften the secretions of the inflamed respiratory organs, which relieves the cough.

The linden tea is used for reducing high temperatures and overheating the body, which can be great for treating flu and colds.

In traditional medicine, linden tea is also used in the treatment of stomach inflammation and inflammation of the intestines and bile, but also in case of urinary disorders. It can have a mild sedative effect, so it is used to calm the nervous system, as well as for better sleep.

Tea bath for treating inflammation of the lungs and bladder

Take 10 to 20 grams of dry linden tea and cover them with 1 liter of hot boiled water. Leave the tea to steep for 10 minutes, strain, and drink one cup 3 times a day. If you add one tablespoon of honey and lemon juice, it would be great for reducing high body temperature, so it is recommended to stay in bed after drinking.

A bath of linden tea and milk for blood colds and for complete regeneration of the body

Take 50 grams of linden tea and cover them with 3 liters of hot water. Leave the tea aside for 10 to 15 minutes, strain it, and pour it into a tub with hot water. You should stay in the water for 20 minutes in order to open the pores, and this way, the beneficial substances from the linden will penetrate the body.

Drink of linden tea and milk for blood purification

In 250 ml of water, add 25 grams of dry linden and boil it until the amount of water is reduced in half. While this tea cools, add 250 ml of milk on low heat and add one tablespoon of honey. Boil the milk until it is reduced in half. In a big mug, combine the tea and the milk. Drink 1 to 2 cups of this drink in a day. Drink it for a longer period of time until you improve your blood.

Beauty Tips

People who have problems with wrinkles, freckles, and acne, and people who have sensitive skin that is easily irritated should use stronger linden tea and apply it on the face using a cotton ball.

Tightening the skin on the face

Take 30 grams of linden tea and cover it with 200 ml of hot, boiling water. Allow to stand for 10 minutes in a covered bowl. Then, take a piece of gauze, dip it in the tea, and place it on the face to act for 20 minutes.

Linden tea with sage for rejuvenation

In 100ml of boiling water, add one teaspoon of linden tea and one teaspoon of sage tea. Leave it to steep for 10 minutes, strain it, and drink it before going to bed.