The chrysanthemum plant can grow in a wide diversity in colour and style and has made this flower popular in floral arrangements. Chrysanthemum is native to China but is now widely cultivated throughout the world. Chinese herbal medicine has extensively used the chrysanthemum in its applications.
Chinese herbalists have claimed: - Chrysanthemum can be used by the respiratory system to clear fever and headaches associated with colds and flu It is used for the eyes to soothe redness - ease tension and headaches. To learn more about the benefits of chrysanthemum check out our blog post – Top 5 Benefits of Chrysanthemum tea
Ingredients: Chrysanthemum petals
Antioxidant Level: High / Caffeine Content: None
Like it Hot? Add 1 - 2 perfect teaspoon of loose tea for 16 oz/475 ml of water in the teapot. Pour freshly boiled water over tea. Steep 3-5 minutes. Milk and sugar are not recommended.
Like it Iced? Not recommended.