Lime Tree Leaf and Flowers

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Dried lime tree leaves and flowers, derived from the lime tree (Tilia argentea), are used in various culinary, medicinal, and aromatic applications. . . . read more

Selected Size/Selection: 250g

$18.40 (AUD)
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Dried lime tree leaves and flowers, derived from the lime tree (Tilia argentea), are used in various culinary, medicinal, and aromatic applications. Here are some common uses for dried lime tree leaves and flowers:

  1. Herbal Tea:

    • Dried lime tree leaves and flowers are commonly used to make lime blossom tea. This herbal tea is known for its pleasant taste and potential health benefits, including calming properties that may help with relaxation and sleep.
  2. Aromatherapy:

    • The dried leaves and flowers of the lime tree have a pleasant fragrance. They can be used in potpourri, sachets, or homemade scented products to add a refreshing and citrusy aroma to living spaces.
  3. Culinary Uses:

    • In some culinary traditions, dried lime tree leaves and flowers are used as a flavouring agent. They may be added to desserts, salads, or beverages to impart a subtle citrus flavor.
  4. Medicinal Infusions:

    • Lime blossom infusions are believed to have mild sedative and calming effects. Some herbalists recommend them for conditions such as anxiety, insomnia, and tension.
  5. Skin Care:

    • Infusions or extracts made from lime tree leaves and flowers may be used in skincare products. They are thought to have soothing properties and may be included in creams, lotions, or facial masks.
  6. Anti-Inflammatory Properties:

    • Lime tree leaves and flowers are believed to have anti-inflammatory properties. As a result, infusions or extracts may be used for conditions associated with inflammation, both internally and externally.
  7. Respiratory Health:

    • In traditional medicine, lime blossom tea is sometimes used to support respiratory health. It may be consumed to help alleviate symptoms of coughs, colds, and respiratory congestion.
  8. Digestive Aid:

    • Lime tree leaves and flowers may be used to make infusions that are believed to aid digestion. The herbal tea may help soothe digestive discomfort, such as bloating and indigestion.
  9. Hair Rinses:

    • Infusions made from lime tree leaves and flowers can be used as a hair rinse. Some people believe that it can promote healthy hair and a shiny appearance.
  10. Natural Dyes:

    • Lime tree flowers have been used historically as a natural dye. They can produce a range of colours, including yellow and green, which may be used in fabric dyeing or other craft projects.

Place of Origin

Bulgaria - Wildcraft

Botanical Name

Tilia argentea


Leaf & Flowers

Nutrition Facts

100% Lime Tree.
No preservatives, artificial colours, sweeteners or flavours.
Gluten free, dairy free and no added sugar.
Source of fibre.
No Palm Oil.

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