Composition: large-leaved linden flower (Tilia Platyphylla)
Curative properties: Linden flowers contain mucilage, an essence rich in farnesol, various glucoses, sugars, tannins and substances similar to vitamin "E". It is used to combat diseases caused by colds and associated with fever (lightning, cough, phlegm, etc.). Due to the property of this flower to promote sweating in the body, it is also used as medication for kidney and bladder diseases, as well as to relieve stomach pains and disorders. Linden flowers improve the nervous condition and therefore facilitate sleep.
Preparation: Add a tablespoon of Linden flowers to a container then add a glass of boiling water. Cover the container with a lid and let it sit for 5-8 minutes, stirring it occasionally. Strain and drink the juice. Sweeten with honey or sugar as desired. Up to three to four cups a day can be taken.