Tea from flower lime tree

Robin Biznis June 3.2018  Belgrade

Lime tree is Holy tree of Slovenians.

I as a Serb and a descendant of Slavs when I built my house 15 years ago I planted three lime trees.

Lime is a tree of 25 to 30 meters height with a highly developed canopy. The leaves are on a long handle, around the periphery. The flowers are pale yellow, collected in a flower on a long handle, which is half grown up with a flower pole. The flowers are picked up for tea as soon as it flourishes. That’s in our region at the beginning of June.

This beautiful and useful tree was planted because of:

Protect me from the wind. Keep me from the dust from the nearby street.

First beautiful shade. They have a very nice scent, especially in the evening.

And most importantly, I’m reading her tea flowers. For the medicine, the flower is read with the accompanying leaves (if it is beautiful green, without rust). Otherwise, only flowers are taken at the time they opened and before they age and change color.

Tea is used to promote sweating, to enhance the secretion of the bile, to increase urine secretion, and for a calm sleep if tea is added to the honey. Usage: Tea: 2 tablespoons chopped lime flowers sprinkle with 300-400 ml boiling water, leave for 5-10 minutes, proceed. As I said, it can be added between.

Where the beautiful tree can grow, it must be planted.

I forgot to say that while there was a brown tea flower around me, the crannies of bees were stinging and collecting pollen.

Put the pickled flower in a tanks layer on an early surface and dry it in a cool and dry place.

It’s good to cover it with a thin layer of newspapers.

When the flower is dry, put it in a pail bag and keep it in a dry place.

Naturally the beekeepers will make a healthy honey.

In Serbia, it’s still in the spring, but I am collecting medicinal herbs in a timely manner, as well as fruit from which we make Jam, sweet, juices.

It is necessary to think in time and to use everything that is natural and unpolished. Next is preparation from Ribes rubrum. Eng – Red Currant. and Lat Rubus idaeus L.Eng … Raspberry


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