China, Fujian Provence
First grade. Field grown. Very floral with pungent notes. Long lingering finish. Tending clear to light yellow with a heady aroma. This plant is native to China. Chinese herbal medicine has extensively used the chrysanthemum in its applications. The white chrysanthemum is sometimes known as the sweet chrysanthemum Chinese herbalists have claimed: - Chrysanthemum can be used by the respiratory system to clear fever and headaches associated with colds and flu. - used as a tonic for the eyes to sooth redness - ease tension and headaches. In Chinese culture the blossoms were floated in your beverage to wish long life, good health and happiness.
Note: If you are pregnant, unsure whether you should drink this herbal tea or simply concerned; we recommend you consult your physician for consumption advice.
Bring water to a boil. 1 tsp per 6 oz cup. Infuse for 5 minutes.
Naturally Caffeine Free.