Chrysanthemum originated a thousand years ago in the Song Dynasty (year 960–1279) in China. Chrysanthemum flowers come in many varieties, but the one we offer is a particular varietal called Imperial Chrysanthemum as it was only gifted to the Royals at the time. Unlike tea, which use only the leaves from the plant Camellia Sinensis to brew the beverage, Chrysanthemum infusion is made by infusing hot water with the whole flower, which release a wide variety of antioxidants, organic compounds, vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and soothing chemicals into the tonic, making it one of the most nourishing and delightful drink. Its medicinal uses have been known for centuries, making it highly sought after by natural healers. 

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TOP 10 Health Benefits of Chrysanthemum Infusion

+ Acts as Nerve Relaxant

For generations, Chrysanthemum infusion has helped to lower blood pressure, cool the body, and reduce inflammation, all of which can help to induce calmness. The powerful antioxidants and minerals present in the infusion can help your body better regulate itself and eliminate unnecessary stress hormones in the blood.


+ Improves Heart Health

Studies have linked chrysanthemum infusion to lower blood pressure and relief from coronary artery diseases. By lowering blood pressure and cholesterol levels, some reports even say this infusion can be a long-term preventative measure for different cardiovascular issues, such as heart attacks and strokes, as well as atherosclerosis. This lowered blood pressure is mainly attributed to the potassium content of the infusion, as potassium is a vasodilator.

+ Skin Care

Super rich in beta-carotene in chrysanthemum infusion, which breaks down into vitamin A to serve different purposes in the body. Vitamin A behaves like an antioxidant in many ways and therefore eliminates oxidative stress and damaged cells in organ systems around the body. Chrysanthemum infusion has long been used topically for this reason, as it can clear up skin irritation, redness, and chronic conditions, such as eczema and psoriasis. It also helps to generally reduce the signs of aging, as well as wrinkles and blemishes, thanks to the antioxidant content of the flowers.

+ Anti-inflammatory 

As an anti-inflammatory agent, chrysanthemum infusion is excellent for reducing swelling in the throat and reducing irritation in the lungs. Drinking this infusion while you’re sick helps protect the body from infection and inflammation in a number of ways. Some of the most common conditions where chrysanthemum infusion is used include redness and itchiness of the eyes, congestion, respiratory conditions, sore throats, and even headaches. 

+ Boosts Immune System

Vitamin C and A are both found in high concentrations within chrysanthemum infusion, and both of these vitamins are crucial for immune system health. Vitamin C stimulates the production of white blood cells and functions as an antioxidant to protect against free radicals. There are also quite a few minerals in chrysanthemum, such as magnesium, calcium, and potassium, all of which are necessary for a healthy immune system.

+ Prevents Osteoporosis

You don’t often hear about a flower infusion being ideal for bone health and the prevention of osteoporosis, but chrysanthemum infusion’s mineral content stands apart in many ways. The extract of chrysanthemum has been identified to improve the conditions of bone mineral density loss, so it's never too early to start drinking this infusion. ;)

+ Improves Vision

As mentioned earlier, super rich in beta-carotene, and subsequently vitamin A, in chrysanthemum infusion. Vitamin A has always been closely linked with eye health, and as an antioxidant, it can protect against retinal neuropathy, cataracts, macular degeneration and many other issues having to do with the eyes, even something as simple as a blurry vision.

+ Prevents Chronic Illness

There are many illnesses in the body and mind that are caused by oxidative stress and the accumulation of plaque. Chrysanthemum infusion is known to sharpen the mind and increase levels of concentration and focus, despite being caffeine free. Furthermore, the antioxidants can help keep free radical levels in check and prevent cellular mutations, thus keeping your body functioning normally and protecting against any number of chronic conditions caused by free radicals. 

+ Increases Metabolism

There are many different types of Vitamin B found in chrysanthemum, including folic acid, choline, niacin, and riboflavin. These vitamins are necessary for the normal functioning of the body, ranging from developmental progress and growth to hormonal levels, circulation, and neurotransmitter activity.