Chrysanthemum tea is a light translucent yellow tea made by steeping the dried flowers of the Chrysanthemum plant in boiling water.

Chrysanthemum tea is associated with a wide range of health benefits such as improved immune response, reduced inflammation, and lowered blood pressure.

Chrysanthemum tea is made from the white or yellow flowers of the plant species C. morifolium.

What Kind of Tea is Chrysanthemum?

Where Does Chrysanthemum Tea Come From?

Chrysanthemum tea comes from China, where it is traditionally consumed as a popular summertime tea.

Drinking chrysanthemum tea is believed to have a cooling effect on the body during warm months of the year. It’s also believed to provide a variety of health benefits.

What Does Chrysanthemum Tea Taste Like?

Unlike other floral teas such as jasmine and chamomile, chrysanthemum tea has a mild floral flavor with an almost buttery aftertaste.

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