Application: recommended in folk medicine for influenza, colds, fever, chest pain, chronic cough, bronchitis, pneumonia, accumulation of sputum in the lungs, catarrh of the upper respiratory tract, chronic laryngitis, bronchial asthma, pulmonary tuberculosis, mumps, and childhood infections; with diseases of the kidneys and bladder (pyelitis, pyelonephritis, cystitis, urethra, urethritis, cystourethritis, nephritis), urolithiasis and gallstone disease and colic, jaundice; with articular rheumatism, gout, neurosis, neuralgia, increased nervous irritability (especially in patients of adolescence and in the elderly), hypochondria, hysteria, insomnia; with headaches, fainting, convulsions, epilepsy, hypertension; with cramping and pain in the stomach and intestines, flatulence, disorders of the gastrointestinal tract with inflammation of the female genital area, uterine bleeding, infertility, menstrual irregularities, menopause. It stimulates the regeneration of soft tissues, the work of the stomach, increases bile secretion, improves the secretion of gastric juice, facilitates the outflow of bile, and moderately reduces blood viscosity. As an antipyretic, antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, diaphoretic, diuretic, expectorant, emollient, sedative, antispasmodic, analgesic, choleretic, disinfectant, blood purifier, anticonvulsant
Methods of preparation: infusion: 2 tbsp. tablespoons of linden flowers pour 2 cups boiling water, insist 20-30 minutes. Take hot 1 glass 3-4 times a day after meals. It can be used as an external agent.
Contraindications: people with heart disease, with a tendency to allergic reactions. With prolonged use of drugs, visual acuity can sharply decrease.