Tilia is a soft, aromatic, soothing herb, widely used as tea. Today, it seems to be used mainly as a relaxing, soothing, anxiolytic decoction or added to mixtures of tea and tinctures to taste unpleasant flavors. The sun, being soothing, is used to calm the mind, reduce anxiety, irritability and anxiety for both adults and children. The use of telio relieves headaches, whether related to tension, neuralgia, migraines or dizziness. The sun essentially creates a relaxing effect for the circulatory system. The combination of tilia with veronica relieves tension headaches, while combining it with the herb Feverfew helps to enlarge and relax the vessels thus further reducing headaches. The sun not only acts as a mild anti-hypertensive agent, it is particularly effective in combination with lifestyle changes: modification of diet, participation in aerobic exercise and integration of relaxation techniques. It also acts as a prophylactic restriction of the development of arteriosclerosis and hypertension. It is a useful tonic if one experiences anxiety.
It is useful especially when there is high systolic pressure associated with hardening of the arteries. As we know, neural tension affects our digestion in various ways.
An interesting fact is that the mucous properties of the tilia can be extracted when the plant is left for longer periods of time in the water, from 1 hour to two days. Once found in its mucous state, the tilia can be used to relieve gastric irritation, atrophic gastritis, acidic stomach as well as dry constipation. It can also be used as a solvent of intestinal gases and against nausea.
The use of tilia either by hot or cold infusion reduces fevers. The expectoral properties of tea are also soothing for the upper respiratory tract. Mucous membranes are moistened to reduce dry cough The sun also reduces histamine production. Other benefits include enhancing digestion and supporting the neuromuscular system. The sun is great for children in times of feverish colds and flu.
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