Flower Teas Have Many Effects to Gain the Benefits of Them

by Brooke Davis April 22, 2016

Flower Teas Have Many Effects to Gain the Benefits of Them

Flowering Teas: Great Aftertaste and Beautiful Shape Handicraft

flowering tea ballUsing well-selected Fujian Silver Needles and dehydrated flowers like Gomphrena Globosa, Yellow Chrysanthemum, Jasmine, Lily, Marigold and Carnation etc. as material, the series of Flower Tea is carefully made with the combination of unique handicraft and modern technology. The beverage looks light green and yellow, clear and bright. It has a fresh mellow fragrance and a sweet aftertaste, with light green tea dregs. While brewed, the flowers are very charming and attractive, since they merge with the color, smell, taste, and shape of tea. You can not only enjoy the delicacy of tea and mellowness of flowers, but also can appreciate the sense of beauty.

Brewing blooming tea should be paid particular attention to. According to the process of flowering tea and the materials they chose, there will be different choices of the container when brewing. We suggest that you should choose cup or bottle made of glass as the container.

Different Effects of Flower Teas - To Get the Benefits When Drinking

flowering tea ballFlower Tea is made of silver green tea and various dehydrated flowers. The silver green tea was bundled to be Flower Tea’s base, which maintains the balance of its body. Thus the Flower Tea can flower leisurely in your cup. After fixation and sun-drying, the green tea leaves will lose a few of polyphenoel. Yet the amount of polyphenoel in Flower Tea is still larger than other tea species. If you know some knowledge of teas, you probably have heard of that slightly fermented teas are suitable for summer drinking, while teas fermented of higher level are more suitable for winter drinking. This is because of the different amount of polyphenoel in tea leaves. Although Flower Teas was made from green tea, during the progress of drying after bundling, the content of polyphenoel was further declined. Based on this reason, polyphenoel in Flower tea is less than the content in green tea. Consequently, Flower Teas is also suitable for winter, and will not stimulate your stomach due to high content of polyphenoel. The raw materials of craft tea are well-selected Fujian Silver Needles and dehydrated flowers. Blooming tea not only has the effects of tea, but also has the unique effects of dehydrated flowers. Different Blooming teas have different effects since different dehydrated flowers are mixed. Let’s get to know about the effects of dehydrated flowers respectively:

Marigold: It is originally produced in Europe. You can eat it directly or brew for beverage, which can help you remove heat, eliminate toxins, nourish the liver, improve visual acuity, beautify skin, and promotes better digestion.

Marigold effect

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Lily: In China, eating lily has a long history. In traditional Chinese medical science, it is believed that lily can remove heat, moisturize the lung, and soothe the nerves. In addition, lily can do a favor to cure insomnia in some degree.

Lily effect

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Globe Amaranth: It is originally produced in tropical America. It can clear the liver, eliminate phlegm, relieve a cough, and prevent asthma.

Globe Amaranth effect

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Osmanthus: In China, osmanthus is not only treated as ornamental plant, but also used to make cake and wine. In traditional Chinese medical science, it is thought that osmanthus can warm the lung, relieve chills, warm stomach, and alleviate pains.

Osmanthus effect

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Jasmine: It can harmonize the stomach, regulate the flow of vital energy, nourish the liver, improve visual acuity, help produce saliva and slake thirst.

Jasmine effect

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Carnation: It is one of the most popular cut flowers. Moreover, it can maintain beauty, keep you young, soothe the nerves, slake thirst, and promote metabolism.

Carnation effect

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Yellow Chrysanthemum: It can scatter wind heat, remove heat and eliminate toxins.

Yellow  Chrysanthemum effect

Rose: It can regulate the flow of vital energy, dispel melancholy, invigorate the circulation of blood, alleviate pains, remove fatigue, moist skin and enrich the blood. We suggest that females should drink it more.

Rose effect

Trollius Chinensis: It can diminish inflammation, slake thirst, clear throat, relieve the damage to the gastric mucosa, remove heat, eliminate toxins and beautify skin.

Trollius  Chinensis effect




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