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  • Calming Chrysanthemum Tea - Tai Ju Hua Cha

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    Exceptionally soothing and refreshing flower tea with notes of honey. This Chinese 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. Our fresh Chrysanthemum buds calms the mind and reduces stress. Meditative cup to enjoy at any time of the day. Naturally caffeine-free. Learn More
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Chinese Flower Tea Types

Flowers are the earth's way of laughing. We're glad to present you a completely collection of Chinese flower teas that are entirely naturally grown and handmade. They're different from our leaf teas, as they're made from the Camellia Sinensis tea plant, therefore often referred to as 'herbal teas' or 'tisanes'. While each of these fresh Chinese flower teas have their unique health benefits, they all have one thing in common, which is that they do not contain caffeine.

Types of flower tea: Teasenz offers a wide selection of Chinese flower tea types including the best blooming teas, pure flower teas, and jasmine flower tea. Blooming teas are also known as flowering tea bulbs, which open up when they're infused. On the other hand Jasmine teas are basically loose leaf tea scented by jasmine flowers. All our teas are farm-direct, fresh, artisan made.

Benefits: This is beneficial for people who are sensitive to caffeine. Over consumption of caffeine can result in insomnia, nervousness, restlessness, irritability, stomach problems, and even muscle tremors. If you are trying to cut back from drinking regular tea or coffee, flower teas are a healthy alternative. They're a perfect for anyone who wants to enjoy the fragrance, antioxidant and therapeutic properties of tea, yet do not want to stay up all night.

Pregnancy: Flower teas are enjoyed by Chinese people for centuries and are generally safe for anybody at any age. However, if you are pregnant or are under certain medical conditions, you should need to consult your doctor first. Medical practitioners will help you determine which teas are safe to drink and which ones to stay away from.