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Flowers

Flower tea is easy to get and make, without caffeine but with the fragrance of a flower or plant. It can help you relax. It has become a trendy health drink.
There are many flowers and grass that can be made into tea, such as the chrysanthemum, rose, sweet-scented osmanthus, jasmine, lavender, mint, roselle, honeysuckle, purple perilla, mulberry leaves and the lotus leaves. Both the fresh leaves or flowers, and the dried flowers or leaves can be made into drinks if brewed in hot water, or boiled, or with ice cube, and can be drunk separately, or together with the other flower, grass or fruit or herbal drinks.

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  1. Chrysanthemum Buds

    Starting at $3.50
    This Chrysanthemum Buds are selected from top quality Chrysanthemum and made using a warm drying process. Drunk with meals it helps to aid digestion, especially of greasy foods. It is also commonly taken to help strengthen the lungs and relieve head congestion. When made from fresh flowers, the flowers can be applied to the eyes to relieve dryness and itching. Learn More
  2. Buds of Peach Flowers

    Starting at $3.25
    Spring harvest and dried peach flowers. Fresh and clean. Peach Blossom could invigorate the circulation of blood, beautify skin, reduce wrinkles and coordinate the internal secretion. Learn More
  3. Petals of Hibiscus

    Starting at $2.00
    Dried Petals of Hibiscus(peony) flower. Beautiful pink color has been well kept with sweet fragrance. Learn More
  4. Carnation

    Starting at $2.50
    This dried carnation flower is even, neat, clean in dark purple color with a long-lasting fragrance. Learn More
  5. Marigold

    Starting at $2.00
    Freshly dried Marigold flower. The original bright orange color has been well kept. Clean, neat, fragrant. Learn More
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