Instant Thai Chrysanthemum tea for hot or cold beverages.

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Instant Thai Chrysanthemum Easy to drink, delicious taste, good for health.

Instant Thai Chrysanthemum

Origin of Chrysanthemum

About Instant Thai Chrysanthemum: Chrysanthemum is a plant that originated in China. But later spread to countries such as Japan, Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, as well as in Europe with the popular chrysanthemum variety and bring to boil the most chrysanthemum water is white flower chrysanthemum that grows more than 90 percent of all chrysanthemums, especially in Hangzhou China, in addition to white chrysanthemum flowers, small yellow chrysanthemums that we call Chrysanthemum rat that is grown in Thailand. Can be brought to the eyes Dried and brewed with hot water as chrysanthemum water as well and has the same properties as well.

In addition to China, Japan is also a country that is very popular with chrysanthemums, not allergic to Chinese people. The Japanese Emperor’s seal is a 16-petal chrysanthemum flower. It is said that chrysanthemums entered Japan around the year 1340, which is about 1200 years ago. It is believed that chrysanthemums have properties as an elixir, on the 9th day of the ninth lunar month. put in a cup of sake and drink that sake will keep you young forever.

This belief probably stems from China. Because China considers chrysanthemums to be the flower of the 9th (October) and autumn months. The Japanese call chrysanthemum Kikunohana, which means flower of Kiku. which has a legend that Kiku is a young woman who is getting married. made sacrifices to ask the deities how long they would marry their husbands.

The angels say that they will be with their husbands for as long as the number of petals they bring to worship the angels. Kiku loves her husband very much and wants to be with her for as long as possible. So, try to find flowers that have the most petals.

But only 17 petals of flowers were found. Kiku uses a knife to cut the petals into countless tiny fringes, thus marrying her husband for a long time. The legend of the chrysanthemum of Japan is the legend of true love is loving that last. Suitable to be a symbol of love for the people of the East.

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Chrysanthemums originated in Thailand

Thailand is the country of choice for that In Adonis literature, chrysanthemums are referred to as chrysanthemums. When King Buddhalertla Naphalai (King Rama 2) penned his works, Thai people were already aware of them.

Dr. Prad Lae’s 1873 book mentions “Chrysanthemums: a name of a little flowering plant,” which shows that Chrysanthemums were already well-known in Thailand at the time. Across the world, chrysanthemums are grown. generally, but not only, in regions with similar climate circumstances. with China, where chrysanthemums were first grown.

A broad variety of chrysanthemum species are grown and developed in North America and Europe. has become a top-selling item. One of the most popular flowers in the history of mankind. Chrysanthemums are commonly referred to in the English language as chrysanthemums. Chrysanthemum Chrysanthemums are the flower of November in the United Kingdom and the United States, respectively.

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Properties of instant chrysanthemum tea

  • Revitalize your body and mind
  • As a cold medication, relieve heat
  • Aids in the fight against AIDS
  • Facilitates the absorption of cancer-causing agents and a variety of bacteria
  • Prevents coronary artery disease a heart attack
  • Increases blood circulation by providing the body with essential nutrients
  • Maintain and preserve your vision
  • Relief from headaches
  • Dizziness, lightheadedness, and dizziness are all symptoms of this supplement
  • Helping to alleviate the symptoms of cold and flu
  • Aids in the removal of excess wind and nourishes the lungs
  • Incorporates liver and kidney nourishment into the diet
  • Help with hair thinning

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How to Brewing instant chrysanthemum beverage.

A saucepan with around 2 liters of water, 5 dried chrysanthemum flowers, and 5 minutes of boiling is all that is needed. A sweetener such as sugar or rock sugar is used to enhance the flavor. or not, whichever you prefer. As an alternative, tea or pandan leaves can be used to create a pleasant scent. Easiest to consume hot or cold.

 

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