My first visit to China was a great opportunity to get to know the Chrysanthemum plant. I like this tea more than camomile tea.
It is a delicious, mild and popular tea in many parts of China, chrysanthemum tea also has a number of impressive health benefits, including its ability to protect your heart, boost your immune system, improve vision, calm your nerves, and lower inflammation.
During my visit, the Beijing Anting Pharmaceutical Biotechnology Company showed me their fields, factory and products. I also got to know the concept of the Dry Eye Bar – where the dry eyes are treated. This company focuses on the devolopment, manufacturing of hight quality organic products.
Chrysanthemum flowers used to make this powerful tea come in a number of varieties. Traditionally, the scientific name of this beneficial plant is Chrysanthemum indicum. Unlike many other herbal teas, which use only the leaves of a plant, chrysanthemum tea is made by infusing hot water with full flowers, which release a wide variety of, organic compounds, vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and soothing chemicals into the mixture, making for a delicious and highly nutritious drink.
There is a high level of vitamin C and beta-carotene, and subsequently vitamin A, in chrysanthemum tea. There are many different types of Vitamin B found in chrysanthemum, including folic acid, choline, niacin, and riboflavin.
How to prepare the tea and keep the vitamins effective? The dried chrysanthemum flowers are steeped in hot water (usually 60 to 70 degrees Celsius after cooling from a boil). For me, without sugar tastes best.
The combination of Augenkraft eye drops and Chrysanthemum products is very effective. You will get healthy eyes.
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