Linden bark (Tilia cortex)

Collected from the bark of the linden tree. They are harvested from May to June , from young branches or from trees marked for felling. They help with digestive and bladder diseases.

A tale of linden bark :

In a small but lovely Balkan village, hidden among the green hills, grew a forest of centuries-old linden trees. The old people of the village said that these trees held secrets that could cure every pain and ailment. Among these secrets was the magical power of their bark, which had the ability to relieve digestive problems.

One day, a young boy named Bobby, who often suffered from stomach aches and ailments, headed to the linden tree in search of relief. His grandmother told him about the healing properties of the bark and how long ago, when doctors were rare, people helped themselves to nature’s gifts.

With a heart full of hope, Bobby gathered the linden bark and scalded it in water as his grandmother had described. He drank it, though with a slight incredulity in his eyes.

It was not long before Bobby felt relieved. The pain and discomfort were gone, and he felt good for the first time in a long time. The boy was amazed at the magical action of the linden bark and grateful for the gift nature had shared with him.

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