Raw linden honey is considered premium honey for its innate medicinal properties and has a wide range of applications. It is primarily used for treating colds and fevers as a diaphoretic, and it is used as a fortifying agent and supports the heart.
Linden honey is named after the Linden tree the nectar comes from, and is usually considered a monofloral honey.
Linden honey mixed with lemon is used to overcome upcoming colds, and along with tea is said to help in the treatment of liver and gall bladder, and relieve inflammation of the gastrointestinal tract.
Linden Honey Storage:
Linden honey should be stored away from direct sunlight in room temperature or below.
|Key Features||Linden Honey Benefits|
|Runny texture||Rich in antioxidants & bioactive plant compounds|
|Medium intensity||Suppresses cough symptoms|
|Fruity notes||Aids digestive issues|
|Amber colour||Calms & soothes the stomach|