Health and Diet
Chrysanthemum tea is a flower-based infusion beverage made from chrysanthemum flowers. It releases a wide variety of antioxidants, organic compounds, vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and soothing chemicals into the mixture, making for a healthy, delicious and nutritious drink!
Now let’s look at the top 8 health benefits of this tea.
1, Lower blood pressure
For thousands of years, chrysanthemum has been used in TCM(Traditional Chinese Medicine) as an important herbal ingredient to lower blood pressure. To maximize the therapeutic effect of this flower, the Chinese includes it into their diet by making a tea out of it as a long-term preventative measure for different cardiovascular issues, such as heart attacks and strokes, as well as atherosclerosis.
2. Improved Vision
With a high level of beta-carotene and subsequently vitamin A, chrysanthemum tea is a natural supplement to protect against blurry vision, retinal neuropathy, cataracts and macular degeneration.
3. Skin Care
As mentioned earlier, this tea is rich in beta-carotene, which breaks down into vitamin A. As an antioxidant, vitamin A eliminates oxidative stress and damaged cells of your body, thus clearing up skin irritation, redness, and chronic conditions such as eczema and psoriasis.
4. Anti-inflammatory Effect
Chrysanthemum tea also protects the body from infection and inflammation and works very well in curing sore throat.
Today we looked at the first 4 benefits of chrysanthemum tea. We will continue to introduce the other benefits in our next post.
In our last post we talked about the first 4 benefits of chrysanthemum tea: lower blood pressure, improve vision, skin care and anti-inflammatory effect. Today let’s look at the other four.
Word of Caution: Despite all the health benefits of it, some may be allergic to it. We advise you determine that before you start drinking it.
5. Boost Immune System
Vitamins like VA and VC, and minerals such as magnesium, calcium, and potassium, are found in chrysanthemum tea, all of which are necessary and crucial for a healthy immune system.
6. Natural Nerve Relaxant
After a long day, sipping a cup of chrysanthemum tea is perfect for relaxing your body. Its cold-cool nature helps to remove excessive heat, a stress-causing factor, and its soothing smell calms every cell of your body.
7. Increases Metabolism
Vitamin B including folic acid, choline, niacin, and riboflavin are present in chrysanthemum tea. Those are essential for circulation and neurotransmitter activity.
8. Prevents Osteoporosis
It has been found that the extract of chrysanthemum helps to improve bone mineral density loss thanks to its mineral content. So a cup of chrysanthemum tea a day keeps osteoporosis away!
Regarded as the treasure and art of China, TCM enjoys thousands of years of history. Chrysanthemum is favored by TCM doctors and ancient medical books for its extraordinary therapeutic effect. For this reason, Chinese drinks Chrysanthemum tea to nourish and rejuvenate the body from generations to generations.
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