It is more customary to use linden flowers for colds, because it is a powerful antipyretic, anti-inflammatory, antiviral and antibacterial agent. Nevertheless, its biologically active substances have a beneficial effect on the condition of the hair. With an abundance of purchased hair care products, additional attention in the form of rinsing with linden broths will make them livelier, shinier, and give an interesting shade.
The linden blossom is difficult to miss as it is accompanied by a strong scent, an abundance of bees above the tree and bright yellow flowers. This happens in June-July. If the tree does not grow along the road, then you can safely pluck and dry the flowers from it, they will be in demand more than once and will be beneficial, including for hair. It lies in the biologically active components of the plant:
- flavonoids - afzelin, tiliroside, herbacetin, quercetin, etc.;
- vitamins - ascorbic acid, carotene;
- essential oil;
- plant mucus;
- phenolcarboxylic acids;
- minerals. 
In alternative recipes, linden is widely used and is used internally for colds, for rinsing the throat, mouth, as a diuretic, analgesic, sedative, anticonvulsant. Linden teas are used in case of stomach diseases, flatulence, diarrhea. 
Its external use also plays an equally positive role: with its help, wounds, burns, eczema are healed, and they fight the fungus.
Thanks to rinsing the hair with decoctions of linden flowers, they get rid of peeling, nourish them and hair follicles, eliminate and prevent dryness, restore structure, promote their growth, strengthen, get volume, good tone, healthy shine.