Chrysanthemum buds tea or chrysanthemum flower tea buds is a type of floral herbal tea made by using young chrysanthemum flowers. Chrysanthemum buds is also known as tai ju, while Hangzhou White Chrysanthemum is the name of the fully-bloomed flower, because Chrysanthemum buds tea is picked from young buds, that it usually harvested around the end of October, it is cleaner and the petals are more complete.
Chrysanthemum Buds Tea Benefits:
Chrysanthemum buds tea is a caffeine-free tea, so you can drink it every time you like not worry about sleep.
Chrysanthemum buds tea is full of vitamins, with especially high levels of vitamin A, the B spectrum, and C. Drink chrysanthemum buds tea helps boost your immune system and keeps you functioning in tip-top health.
Chrysanthemum buds tea is also a good cooling tea. The tea has a natural cooling effect that reduces heat and the associated inflammation that can damage your body.
Chrysanthemum buds tea has a great healing effect. Chrysanthemum buds tea will be as a gentle way to detox the liver and kidneys by cooling down any excess heat. This help balance the body’s energy and promotes good all-over health.
Chrysanthemum buds tea also helps with dry eyes and itchiness—and anecdotal evidence suggests that it may clear floaters in your vision.
How to Brew Chrysanthemum Buds Tea:
It is suggested to use a porcelain gaiwan or glass teapot to brew rose buds tea
Serving Size: 3g
Water: 150ml with temperature around 100℃
4 steeps: 2mins, 3mins, 4mins, 5mins.
You can improve the taste by changing the amount or adding rock candy, milk, and honey according to your personal preference. You can also drink it matched with some dried goji or green tea, black tea.