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Herbs
   
     

Limeflower
Tilia Europaea

The lime tree can often be seen in parks and streets. June is when the flowering period ends. This is the time the flowers are often picked (with their bracts). Makes a pleasant tea.

Benefits
Sedative nerve tonic
Anti-spasmodic (ie. alleviates spasms and cramps)
Diaphoretic (ie. induces sweating)
Dried lime flowers may be added to a baby’s bath to improve eczema

Indications
Anxiety, nervousness
Insomnia
Restlessness
Easily excitable
Helpful in the early stages of flu and fevers
Helpful in the adjunct of high blood pressure

Contraindications
None

Method & Dose
The tea is drunk 3 times a day

 

   
     

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