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Linden Flower (Ahlamur) Arifoglu - 50 gr

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Discover the secret of health and beauty with the linden flower, also known as Ahlamur, one of the valuable natural herbs that contains a composition rich in important nutrients. Linden flower contains vitamin C, vitamin B2 and B1, mineral salts and antioxidant compounds.

Experience an amazing taste and aroma with the linden flower, which has an aromatic lemon scent. The benefits of this herb are not limited to taste and smell, but rather extend to its long history of use in alternative medicine to treat a variety of diseases.

Use linden flower to enhance your health and beauty in a natural and effective way. You can use it to prepare a refreshing herbal tea, or add it to healthy food dishes to add a unique flavor and additional health benefits.

Don't miss the opportunity to discover the uses and benefits of the wonderful linden flower. Make it part of your healthy and balanced lifestyle, and enjoy its valuable benefits and positive impact on your health and beauty. Choose a linden flower today and get ready for an amazing, lively and invigorating experience.

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What is linden flower?

Linden is a tree-shaped plant that grows in temperate climates. The long-lived linden tree can grow up to 30 metres.

Only two linden trees, of which there are 40 different species, can be used for medicinal reasons. It is convenient to eat the leaves and flowers of Tilia Platyphyllos, known as the large-leaved summer linden, and the small-leaved European linden, also known as Tilia Cordata, by boiling.

Although linden tea is typically made from the tree's leaves and flowers, the tree's bark is also used as a tea in some regions. However, the most valuable part of the linden tree in terms of consumption as a medicinal plant is its flowers. Its white, almost yellow flowers are very fragrant, but very delicate. The tree's flowers, leaves, and stem bark must be dried after collection and before consumption.

After drying, linden can be taken as a tea in the treatment of some diseases. The linden plant contains vitamins A, B6, C and P, as well as minerals such as iron, manganese and calcium.

Benefits of linden flower (benefits of ahlamur)

Linden can be used for an extremely wide range of benefits. The benefits of linden tea can be listed as follows:

  • Drinking linden tea after a stressful day can help the body and mind relax.
  • It can support the healing of certain skin disorders such as acne and psoriasis that occur due to stress.
  • It is effective in softening throat secretions in respiratory infections. It is known that when prepared with honey, it is more effective in relieving discomfort in the throat area.
  • It is believed to be effective in reducing cough in some diseases.
  • When taken after meals, it can prevent complaints such as indigestion, bloating and constipation.
  • Linden tea can help regulate bowel movements.
  • When taken with lemon, it helps support the immune system.
  • It is known that people with insomnia problems sleep more easily if they drink linden tea in the evening.
  • Toxins in the body can cause symptoms such as bloating and pain. The advantage of linden tea that helps eliminate edema helps a person to urinate more. In addition, linden tea, which increases the frequency of sweating, helps reduce edema and toxins with these properties.

Benefits of linden for women

Linden flower carries many important benefits for women. Here are some of its notable benefits:

  1. Promoting skin health : Linden flower is rich in antioxidant compounds that help fight wrinkles and reduce the appearance of signs of aging. It moisturizes and rejuvenates the skin, giving you healthy and radiant skin.
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