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Tisane (Linden)

Add a few drops of strong tisane tea to white wine
for added aroma. 

Tisane (Linden)

Tisane tea is made from the bark of the linden tree, which reaches heights of up to 40 meters and is distinguished by its dense heart-shaped foliage. 

Tisane blossoms are used in perfume-making, while the leaves are consumed as a tisane. Tisane tea is said to ease constipation, high blood pressure, and headaches. It's also known as a relaxant and is ideal for sipping at bedtime. 

Tisane tea can be consumed either hot or cold, which makes it a good year-round beverage. It's refreshing with a mild flavor. 

Preparation: Steep 1 tsp. tisane in boiling water for 10 minutes. Strain and serve. 
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Linden is mild enough to be used as a cleanser on extremely sensitive skins. Spritz a bit of cold linden tea on your face before moisturizing. 
tisane aids digestion? 

Tisane is often served after a heavy meal as it's believed to ease bloating and is also beneficial for those suffering from kidney stones or gallstones. A cup of tisane tea after a meal aids digestion as this herb seems to enhance intestinal functions. 

(30 gr.)
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