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Calming Chrysanthemum Tea - Tai Ju Hua Cha

Calming Chrysanthemum Tea - Tai Ju Hua Cha

$7.95
Product code: 209

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Exceptionally soothing and refreshing flower tea with notes of honey. This chamomile tea of the East has been the most popular herbal tea in China for thousands of years. Made of 100 percent organic chrysanthemum flower buds, naturally caffeine-free chamomile is a calming and meditative cup to enjoy at any time of the day.

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Watch our video to discover the differences between all the different types of Chrysanthemum flower teas that Teasenz has to offer.


What are the health benefits of Calming Chrysanthemum Tea?

Chinese people drink loose chrysanthemum tea to decrease body heat and drink during meals to help digest food. However, recent scientific studies find out health benefits of loose chrysanthemum tea far exceed these. Chrysanthemum tea is known to clear head colds and alleviate sinusitis pains. This is due to the vitamin C content of the tea. It is also antiviral in nature and thus a reliever of head congestion which are often viral infections. In addition, chrysanthemum tea naturally lacks caffeine which makes it resistant to caffeine-induced side effects such as anxiety, irritability and nervousness.

Furthermore, chrysanthemum tea is known for its stimulating properties and is thus used to refresh the brain and alert the senses. It energizes all the senses in a jiffy and also calms them down for better and clear perception. Finally, the benefits of drinking chrysanthemum tea includes soothing sore throats and helping to cure red/itchy eyes, dry, fluid-deficient eyes, and dark spots in the eye region.

Shennong (author 'chajing') about this tea: “protracted taking may disinhibit the blood and qi, make the body light, slow aging, and prolong life.”

What is the difference between Chrysanthemum tea and Chamomile tea?

Both chamomile and chrysanthemum are in the same plant family: Asteraceae. Chamomile is produced in the West while Chrysanthemum is produced in the East.

How to steep Calming Chrysanthemum Tea?

It's recommended  to steep Chrysanthemum tea with a covered glass teapot. Use about 2 teaspoons for every 500ml of water. Steep with hot water at 90°c to 95°c for 2 to 4 minutes for the first and second brewing. Increase temperature and time for further brews. It’s recommended to brew loose chrysanthemum tea for three times only. Chrysanthemum tea is especially good  to drink during meal times to aid digestion, especially of oily dishes.

What’s the name of Calming Chrysanthemum Tea in Chinese?

Calming Chrysanthemum tea – 菊花茶- jú huā chá

Ju Hua Cha – 菊花茶 - jú huā chá

Flower Tea – 花茶 –huā chá

How is Calming Chrysanthemum tea written in other languages? Danish: Chrysanthemum te, Dutch: Chrysant thee, English: Chrysanthemum tea, Finnish: Krysanteemi teetä, French: Thé de chrysanthème, German: Chrysanthemen Tee, Italian: Tè del crisantemo, Norwegian: Chrysanthemum te, Portuguese: Chá de crisântemo, Russian: Хризантема чай, Swedish: Chrysanthemum te, Turkish: Papatya çayı

Related search terms: camomile, chamomile

Additional Information

Steeping Time 5-7 min
Steeping Temperature 100 °C - 212 °F
Grams per Cup 2 gram
Tea Year 2014
Tea Season Spring
Tea Caffeine Content caffeine free
Tea Region Tongxiang Village
Tea Province Zhejiang
Time of the Day morning, afternoon, evening

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