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What Linden herb Is:
Many of the floral decorations in England's St. Paul Cathedral and Windsor Castle were carved from a species of this tree's wood, which is light and allows intricately cut detail. The medicine, though, is in the yellowish white flowers, which are highly fragrant and yield a great-tasting honey. A number of Tilia species exist, each with somewhat different herbal properties and all difficult to tell apart. Some call the tree linden; others call it lime; still others, mostly Americans, call it basswood.
Also known as lime blossom, linden has a long reputation as a nervous tonic.
Linden is used to treat nervous tension, insomnia, high blood pressure, atherosclerosis, colds, influenza, catarrhal conditions and migraine.
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