Holistic Healing

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Linden Flower Tilia europaea

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linden flowers Tilia europaea

Linden Flower Tilia europaea

First Things First


            Firstly, I'd like to make it well known that this natural remedy, and an endless number of others, are backed by science. To be specific, phytochemistry is the branch of science that peers into the mysteroius and magical microscopic realms of these natural wonders. These highly educated minds from Universities around the globe have been synthesizing, and researching pharmacological compounds produced by nature for some time now. A large portion of modern pharmaceutical drugs exists thanks to herbal remedies.


The next time you look at a "weed" growing on the side of the road, remember that this "weed" uses the suns energy, and the biospheres water and c02, to produce an endless array of highly sophsticated organic compounds. I challange anyone to name one single chemist that can do this. The point is, nature does not get enough credit or respect for the work that it does.


"Evolution is a clever and sensible process, whereby clever and sensible systems of biologic, are gradually woven into existence." - Simon G Powell; from the film "Metanoia - A New Vision Of Nature Open In This Window


Medicinal Applications


Modern herbalists and other holistic or alternative practitioners prescribe these flowers for a wide range of conditions. Generally, they are used for sore throats, colitis, and even ulcers. A phytochemical produced by the plant known as "mucilage" is the active ingredient. It coats mucous membranes to soothe inflammation and irritation. Mucilage is also found in many other plants. This is a very important fact to remember. Specific compounds are found time and time again in a large number of different species, and even insects. In other words, Mucliage is a naturally re-occuring chemical produced by many plants.


Ever heard of the over-the-counter medication known as "Mucinex"? It certainly sounds a lot like the name "Mucilage", doesn't it? I don't want any trouble.. I'm just sayin! Aside from the strikingly similar names, both medications perform the same actions. Does this not seem suspcious to you? If you conduct further research, you'll become aware of the fact that pharmaceutical companies obtain a lot of their medicine from the botanical world.


Dosages:

Herbalists suggest no more than 2-4 grams daily. Teas and infusions are suggested for best results. This herb should not be consumed for too long of a period of time.

Here's a little "folk lore" for ya. This botanical has been known throughout history as the "tree of lovers."

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References:

Phytochemistry. (2014, September 4). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 21:17, October 16, 2014, from http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Phytochemistry&oldid=624128079


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