The Sweet Taste of Flowers on a Hot Day! 🙂
This has been one of Zane’s staples on hot summer days for a couple years now. In fact, we were worried that we would not be able to get this out as a regular product in time before summer ended, so we decided to offer it as fast as possible to our VIP’s. This had to happen because we consider it that useful for combating the heat.*
And if you haven’t noticed, it’s pretty palmy everywhere these days.
Chrysanthemum has been used traditionally in Chinese Medicine for more than a thousand years. It is a cooling herb of the highest order. That means it can help adapt you to higher temperatures. I don’t know about you but being able to handle 90+ degrees outside in full sun with not an ounce of sweat dripping off me definitely got my attention.*
Athletes take note, while it may be strange to consume tea before a workout, it’s cooling effects don’t just extend to external sources. Training can be made easier as the whole body becomes better adapted at efficient heat dissipation, allowing for much harder sessions. Its calming effects will also support the other side of training by relaxing the body to allow better recovery.
Its cooling nature is also profoundly grounding. Chrysanthemum is a nerve relaxant, and you will sometimes even feel your body calming down trying this stuff if you are tense after. One of the reasons we love this stuff is because it has such a noticeable effect on many people when they first try it.*
Other areas influenced by drinking Chrysanthemum Tea:
- May reduce the effects of allergies*
- Supports the immune system*
- Helps the skin and aging*
- Well-known to support the vision*
- Many people have heat conditions which are helped with cooling herbs*
Finally, and uber-important to us is getting a more diverse diet. Chrysanthemum flowers may be the only flowers you have consumed in a while (maybe forever!?). It is surprising to us that many people don’t realize the number of edible flowers there are out there. Increasing the eating of this part of plants will have a tremendous impact on making you a more robust and durable human being. We don’t know if that is a good sales point, but it is of vital importance to people’s long-term health.
Some people may experience allergic symptoms when exposed to chrysanthemum tea, particularly if they are allergic to ragweed or daisies. The symptoms are usually mild, ranging from skin rash to itchy eyes or throat. Obviously, avoid use if you have these allergies.
If you do experience this, please let us know so we can advise other customers in a better fashion and of course, give you a refund when you send the bag back.