How to Make Chrysanthemum Tea

Jan 5 11:39 2018 Karina Garcia Print This Article

Chrysanthemum tea - One of most popular drinks in summer. Different from any other types of tea, such as green teaoolong tea, or pu’er

Chrysanthemum tea is the only one supposed to be sipped sweetened. It is made from dried chrysanthemum petals.

 

How to make Chrysanthemum tea

 

1.Use freshly boiled water at between 90 and 100 degrees heat.

2.Rinse out the teacup or potwith the hot water to warm.

3.Allow 4 to 5 flowers per cup.

4.Allow to brew for two to four minutes. The longer the buds are left in the stronger the colour and flavour will be.

5.The Chinese traditionally add rock sugar and wolfberries (Goji berries) to their tea. You could also sweeten with a small amount of honey.

6.The tea can be served hot or cold.

7.In China,Guest Posting freshly boiled water (again allowed to cool slightly to 90-95 degrees) is added again to the used tea ingredients to make a weaker tea. This is then repeated through the day.

 

Nutrition Facts

 

Goji berries nutrition: these berries are very low in sodium, cholesterol, and saturated fat. It’s a good source for Thiamin, Protein and Calcium and especially rich in Vitamin A, Riboflavin, Potassium, Zinc, Copper, Dietery Fiber and Selenium.

 

Chrysanthemum flowers nutrition: these flowers are very low in cholesterol. It’s a good source for Niacin, Protein and Zinc and especially rich in Dietary Fiber, Thiamin, Vitamin A, Riboflavin, Folate, Vitamin B6, Calcium, Iron, Phosphorus, Magnesium, Potassium, Copper and Manganese.

 

Health Benefits

 

Both ingredients of this herbal tea recipe have their own unique health benefits and are high in antioxidants. We can write long paragraphs about this, but we rather want to emphasize the combined benefit which is that it’s known to help improve eye health.

 

Are your eyes tired of staring at the computer in office, or studying hard to get ready for the exams? Get rid of puffy eyes or dark circles and let your eyes sparkle again.

 

This Chrysanthemum and goji berry tea is also great to stay hydrated during summers. The bright sun can strain your eyes, but this herbal blend can keep your eyes fresh!

 

Chrysanthmum tea is one of the finest tasting teas around, similar in delicacy to camomile. Combined with its great health benefits it is clear why it has seen such popularity in China and is gaining popularity in other regions of the world.

 

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Karina Garcia
Karina Garcia

Karina Garcia is sales manager of JK Tea Shop, authentic Chinese Loose Leaf tea supplier, for more information, please visit our website at: jkteashop.com

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