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Because the FDA has not approved either of these plants for medical or healthcare use they are not allowed to be promoted for these these purposes. There are volumes of information on these as well as other herbs that have claimed to offer benefits in treating a variety of conditions or preventing others, but until the FDA approves their use we do not promote their use, but provide information on the history of these herbs, their many perceived claims, and the variety of ways people have used them through centuries. The Tila is well known because it is the main ingredient of linden tea which is popular today in western countries, especially Great Britain, Canada, and the US.
Many believed that nature came to the rescue in the middle ages when it was thought the tila flower had a number of usesful purposes being first used to promote sweating, then treat flu, coughs, headaches, nervous tension, ingestion, spasms, liver and gall bladder disorders, diarrhea, and control blood pressure. Others with sleep depravation issues who were convinced that the power of the tila plants could help, Later others wanting to avoid chemically produced products sold over the counter also believed this was a better alternative. This combination of flowers is one of the most potent treatments without a prescription that is available. Other uses with a much smaller amount of the Tincture include:
Because the linden flower is cardiotoxic, it should not be taken by anyone with a history of heart disease, and women who are pregnant are encouraged not to use it at all. Other reported side effects are symptoms similar to allergies. For any others taking this Tila or Magnolia do not ingest more than 2-4 grams per day maximum.