Origin of Tilia Cordata Extract
The tree, which reaches a height of 20-30 m, exists in several species, with the summer and winter linden being pharmacologically important (linden flowers).
Farnesol, tannins and mucilages, Hesperidin, Tiliroside, Afzelin, Quercitrin, astragaline, kaempferitrin and other flavonoids, Chlorogenic and Caffeic acid, p-Coumaric acid, etc.
The ingredients of the flower have a diaphoretic, diuretic, expectorant, antispasmodic and calming effect on the nerves.
Linden blossom tea is a popular household remedy for feverish colds, catarrh of the respiratory and urinary tracts, stomach and intestinal inflammations.
The ingredients have anti-inflammatory, bacteriostatic, skin-protecting and soothing effects.
- skin protective
- inhibitory against bacteria
Tilia cordata extract is used for the care of dry and sensitive skin.