How to Make Chrysanthemum Tea

Do you love drinking flower tea? If yes, then you might love to try Chrysanthemum tea recipe. Once you taste it, I’m afraid you might be addicted to this lovely yellow flower herbal tea.

How to Make Chrysanthemum Tea

Tes, a Thailander behind the TesAtHome blog, says that dried chrysanthemum flowers are not only giving you the most beautiful colors and fragrances in the clear tea but they are very good for your health.

What are the Chrysanthemum tea benefits?

Known for its herbal and medicinal benefits, chrysanthemum tea helps in recovery of influenza, fever and soar throat. It is also very good for your eyes and skin. It helps preventing and curing acne and burn. It helps clearing several eyes problems like blurring, irritation, diminished vision, and spots in the eyes. This beautiful tea also helps treating circulatory disorders like atherosclerosis.

Chrysanthemum contains Adenline Choine Stachydrine which is natural fragrant oil that provides herbal remedies for inflammatory, head ache, eyes pain, and indigestion. It also used as home treatment for coronary heart disease, kidney stone, infection, high blood pressure, asthma, and skin and nerve diseases.

Note: If you need to buy dried Chrysanthemum flowers, you can source them on this Amazon page.

To learn how to concoct this wonderful, fragrant and refreshing drink, check the link below…

How to Make Chrysanthemum Tea

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