Dried linden inflorescence can be used to make an infusion that helps with stomatitis. Dried linden blossom can be successfully added to relaxing baths. The dried flowers of this long-lived tree have a positive effect on the functioning of the digestive system. They also have a calming effect, e.g. they make it easier to fall asleep. Linden inflorescences are rich in bioactive substances, i.e. flavonoids, mucus, essential oil, and quercetin, which has antiallergic properties.
Dried linden blossom
The dried linden flower is characterized by single, heart-shaped leaves. Linden tree blooms at the turn of June and July. During warm summer days, their inflorescences are cut from the twigs and dried in an appropriate protective temperature.