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Chrysanthemum Bud/ Tai Ju (6oz/bag)
Wing Hop Fung brand Chrysanthemum bud Tea is prepared from selected 100% pure dried Chrysanthemum buds. Mellow and naturally sweet in flavor, this refreshing drink is caffeine-free and can be enjoyed at any time. Tai Ju chrysanthemum is one of the highest-grade chrysanthemums. The chrysanthemum morifolium is harvested when the chrysanthemum flowers are not fully opened and is made by drying. This batch of chrysanthemum buds selected by Yonghefeng Company selects the first shoots of the first flower buds, which are carefully steamed and baked. It has a unique flavor and is rare and quite precious.
Pleasant tasting: Sweet; bitter; slightly cold in nature. The cooling tea affects the lung and liver channels.
Indications: angina (chest pains), high blood pressure, (Shufeng,) anti-inflammatory, eyesight problems, and detoxification. It treats headache, dizziness, red eyes, palpitations (inflamed and upset heart,) boils, swelling and poisons, bronchitis. Dosage: Oral: Heat stroke (Jiantang,) 10~15g; or pill, loose; or bubble tea.
Topical: Appropriate amount, decoction and washing; or tamping.
Cautions: "Compendium of Materia Medica" warms against use if there is Qi deficiency with “cold stomach” diarrhea and chronic diarrhea or it should used less often. “Fanyang deficiency” headaches and people with aversion to cold are contraindicated.
1. Egg Chrysanthemum Soup:
1 egg, 5 grams of chrysanthemum buds, lotus root juice, a little vinegar.
After mixing the egg liquid with chrysanthemum, lotus root juice, and vinegar, steam and simmer in water to serve, once a day.
Efficacy: It is useful for hemostasis and poor blood circulation, swelling and pain relief. It is suitable for people with esophageal cancer who have increased coughing and obvious vomiting.
2. Red Flower (safflowers), Mulberry Leaf - Chrysanthemum Soup:
3 grams of dried safflowers, 10 grams each of mulberry and chrysanthemum.
Place the mulberry leaves, chrysanthemums, and safflowers in a cup, brew in boiling water, cover and steep for a while. Dosage is 2 times a day for 3 days.
Efficacy: Anti-inflammatory and reduces swelling, used for pain relief and improves eyesight. Indications for acute infectious conjunctivitis embolism.
3. Chrysanthemum licorice soup
120 grams of white chrysanthemum (or chrysanthemum), 12 grams of licorice root. Add water and cook 30 minutes for a decoction; Dosage: 3 to 4 times.
Efficacy: Clears away heat (inflammation) and detoxifying. Reduces boils and swelling.