Lime blossom syrup - 320g

Lime blossom helps in: Flu, Colds, induces restful sleep and proper function of the respiratory system and blood circulation...


  1. Description of herb

  2. Healing effects

  3. Dosing

  4. Side effects

Linden blossom syrup - 320 g

Ingredients of syrup

Invert fructose syrup, Lime flower (Tilia Cordata) 10% concentrated aqueous extract, vitamin C (L-ascorbic acid).

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Store in the original package in a dark place at 5-25°C.

After opening at 8-12°C.

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Country of origin

Czech Republic

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Description of herb

Small-leaved linden (Tilia cordata) is a typical Central European tree, occurring throughout our territory and is also part of mixed foothill and mountain forests.

Beware of confusion with other types of linden - American, silver or felt, which are unsuitable for medical purposes!

The small-leaved linden has long been valued for the healing properties of its flowers, as a pasture for bees and for the quality of its wood. Tea from its flowers expels fever from the body, helps with colds, hoarseness, fatigue, inflammation and is good for the stomach. It is suitable to use it in a mixture with other herbs with similar effects.

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Healing effects

Linden flowers are used internally in the form of infusion. Linden tea is drunk in infectious and febrile diseases, when a sweating treatment is desirable, ie for colds, coughs, colds, obstruction of the upper respiratory tract or bronchitis.

Linden flower has an anti-fever, anti-inflammatory, promotes sweat production, dissolves mucus, also has an anticonvulsant and mild diuretic effect and is also part of many medicinal tea mixtures used for colds, upper respiratory tract infections and fever.

Linden flower tea is also suitable for children and is used for colds and irritating coughs. It also has a beneficial effect on the regulation of digestive system activity. In a mixture with Aronia - Black Rowan, it reduces fever, promotes sweating, dissolves mucus and reduces cough irritation.

Linden blossom is also suitable for kidney and bladder diseases, as well as a means of supporting stomach and digestive activity. It increases the excretion of urine and gastric juices, improves digestion and relieves cramps.

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Active substances

Linden flower contains:

  • flavone glycosides (especially tiliroside)
  • slime
  • essential oil with farnesol
  • tannins
  • sugars
  • saponin
  • substances close to tocopheron (vitamin E)
  • essential oil
  • rubber
  • wax

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Anti-inflammatory, antipyretic, immunostimulatory.

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Recommended at

  • runny nose, cough, cold
  • upper airway obstruction
  • bronchitis
  • fever
  • kidney and bladder diseases
  • relieves cramps

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Adults and children from 12 years: 10 ml 3 times a day

Children from 3 to 12 years: 2-3 times a day 10 ml (1 ml = 15 drops)

The glycemic index of our fructose syrups is approximately 25 per 100 ml.

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Side effects

There are no known cases of overdose or any adverse effects but not suitable for children under three years, pregnant and breastfeeding mothers.

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