Rich in Vitamin B1, Alkaloid, and Choline, this warm herbal tea brewed from dried Chrysanthemum Flowers is caffeine free. There are many benefits associated with drinking Chrysanthemum Tea Flower, including detoxification of the liver, clearing of eyes from redness, itchiness, and dryness, and soothing of headaches and dizziness. Not only does Chrysanthemum Tea Flower remove bodily toxins, but it also has a delicate, pleasant aroma and a light, refreshing taste!
Chrysanthemum is in the Asteraceae plant family and is not a famous herb among the main stream compared to ginseng and ginger; however, chrysanthemums have some powerful properties that can make big changes in your health.
The name “chrysanthemum” is derived from the Greek words chrysos (gold) and anthemon (flower). Also known as, Ju Hua and Chrysanthemum flowers, there are about 30 different species of perennial chrysanthemums worldwide, 17 of which can be found in China, and traditional Chinese medicine uses 4 species for medicinal purpose. Sweet, bitter, and cool-natured, chrysanthemum has been used for hundreds of years in Chinese medicine and has the potency to treat respiratory problems, high blood pressure as well as to improve acuity of sight, subdue inflammation, and expel toxic substances.