Chrysanthemum or mums found in garden beds and flower pots all over the world. They have been portrayed in the art for generations. Not only are but beautiful to look at, they also have long been utilized for therapeutic purposes. Chrysanthemums include vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, which are vital for health and wellbeing in our bodies. In addition to being a refreshing infusion on their own, Chrysanthemum flowers pair with the delicacy of green teas. Chrysanthemum Flowers, which are dried, are used in China for making a soft tea called Júhuā Chá and in Korea for flavouring Gukhwaju or rice wine.
Chrysanthemum Flower Buds
Rich in mineral, polyphenols, and antioxidants
Boosts immune system and encouraging intestinal wellness
Contributes to weight loss and improves BMI control
How to brew/drink it:
1. Boil the 250ml of water
2. Put the buds in the boiled water
3. Wait around three to five minutes before the herb brews, pull the bud out, and then drink. Use filtered water to get optimal results (water can affect the taste of the tea if it is not filtered)
A square plastic container with a pull-off tab comes with the packaging for extra freshness as no moisture enters and makes sure the flowers are dried all the time.