A cup of chrysanthemum tea a day keeps ailments away

A cup of chrysanthemum tea a day keeps ailments away

We usually see many people like to drink chrysanthemum tea in our lives, but do you understand the benefits and contradictions of drinking chrysanthemum tea? Chrysanthemum tea is a herbal tea made from chrysanthemum flowers through flower picking, shade drying, raw sun steaming, and baking. According to ancient records, chrysanthemum is sweet and bitter, cold resistant. It has the functions of dispersing wind and clearing heat, clearing the liver and eyes, and detoxifying and anti-inflammatory.


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Chrysanthemum tea, bitter and sweet in taste, cold in nature, enters the lung and liver meridians. The main components are volatile oil, choline, hydrating, chrysin, adenine, and flavonoids; drinking chrysanthemum tea has a lot of benefits.


What are the effects of chrysanthemum tea?

1. Clearing heat and detoxification

Chrysanthemum tea has an excellent effect on heat detoxification. aily chrysanthemum tea drinking can be a great relief. People suffering from mouth ulcers and throat inflammation can play a good relief effect by drinking chrysanthemum tea.


2. Relieving visual fatigue

Chrysanthemum tea also has a good maintenance effect on our eyes because chrysanthemum tea is rich in vitamin A. This substance is very beneficial to our eyes. If you drink chrysanthemum tea every day, you can get good relief from eye fatigue.


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In addition, an expert from SaintNoon recommended that if you wake up early after the phenomenon of swollen eyes, you can use chrysanthemum tea to wipe the eyes, which can have an excellent effect on swelling.

3. Assisting in lowering blood pressure

Chrysanthemum is also very "friendly" to people with high blood pressure. After entering our bodies, the flavonoids in chrysanthemum tea can play a good role in dilating blood vessels. For people with high blood pressure, this is a perfect drink.


4. Beauty and skincare

Chrysanthemum contains amino acids, flavonoids, vitamins, and various trace elements, which can help eliminate excess free radicals after entering the body and help replenish the body's nutrient needs, effectively delaying aging and playing the role of antioxidants.


While the chrysanthemum is cold, which groups of people are not suitable for drinking it?

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1, People with weak spleen and stomach

Chrysanthemum has the effect of clearing heat and detoxification. If patients with a weak spleen and stomach drink chrysanthemum tea, they may have diarrhea, abdominal pain, and other symptoms.

2, The child's growth and development period

During early childhood, the baby's body grows and develops faster, plus the body's Yang energy is more vigorous. If the child's spleen and stomach are weak, drinking chrysanthemum tea may cause the body's yang energy to drop. The body will become cold, which is detrimental to the child's growth and development and leads to diarrhea, abdominal pain, and other symptoms.


3, Pregnant women

Pregnant women are best not to drink for their and their children's health. Chrysanthemum tea is cold and sweet and has the perfect effect of dispelling fire. Still, pregnant women have a low immune system and a weak spleen and stomach. The consumption of chrysanthemum tea is likely to stimulate the stomach and intestines, causing belly pain, diarrhea, and other symptoms, which are not conducive to the healthy growth of the fetus.


4Patients with low blood pressure

Because flower tea is generally a bit hypotensive, if people with low blood pressure drink chrysanthemum tea, they may experience dizziness and dizziness, so people with low blood pressure should not drink chrysanthemum tea.


The utility of different chrysanthemum varieties is also different.

Yellow chrysanthemum: Yellow chrysanthemum has a bitter taste, but it has the best effect in treating heat caused by colds.

White chrysanthemum: White chrysanthemum has fat flesh and is suitable for making water and tea, calming the liver, and submerging the yang, and is very effective for people who are always irritable.



Fetal chrysanthemum: also known as chamomile or small white chrysanthemum, belongs to the best variety of Hang Chrysanthemum. Its main effect is to protect the liver and brighten the eyes. It has a sound impact on eye fatigue, dryness, tearing in the wind, myopia, and presbyopia. In addition , fetal chrysanthemum also has the functions of clearing heat and detoxifying, antibacterial and lowering pressure, as well as preventing germ infections. Therefore, it is also one of the most used in Hang Chrysanthemum.


Wild chrysanthemum: Wild chrysanthemums, also known as roadside chrysanthemums, are small, spherical in shape, yellowish green to brownish yellow in color, aromatic and bitter. Although wild chrysanthemum can be found everywhere, its medicinal properties are robust and generally used to lower body heat. Still, it is most effective in summer when dryness and fire cause acne, throat inflammation, external wind-heat, headache, and mouth ulcers. In addition, since wild chrysanthemum is bitter and cold, it should not be taken in large quantities for an extended period. Otherwise, it will hurt the spleen and stomach yang energy.




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