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White Chrysanthemum in FieldWith the winter season in full force, I thought I’d blog about chrysanthemum, an herb that is very popular in Asia, where it is called Ju Hua but known mainly in the U.S. as a decorative flower.

Yes, this is the flower you see at the florist, but please get it from your herbal tea company. This cooling herb helps reduce excess high body heat and red, dry, swollen eyes while it supports the lungs to promote long term respiratory health.

This pretty, delicate flower also has immune supporting properties.

This flower is a staple in Chinese restaurants, and, of course, it makes a great addition to a cooling immune supporting herbal tea.

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