Little knowledge of fetal chrysanthemum
Have you noticed this when brewing chrysanthemum tea? Chrysanthemums that look similar in appearance have very different tastes after brewing. Some are sweet and sweet, and some are bitter. This is mainly because of the different varieties of chrysanthemums. Although chrysanthemums are similar in appearance, there are 7 types of common chrysanthemum tea varieties, namely Hang chrysanthemum, fetal chrysanthemum, Gong chrysanthemum, Hao chrysanthemum, Chu chrysanthemum, wild chrysanthemum and Tibetan chrysanthemum.
Canavida uses the top grade of Hangbaiju - Fetal Ju. The buds harvested when the chrysanthemum has not fully bloomed, after drying, it is the finished chrysanthemum. Fetal chrysanthemum tea is golden in color, strong in fragrance and sweet with nectar, which will not disperse even if it is soaked for a long time.
Chinese medicine believes that fetal chrysanthemum is slightly cold in nature, with acrid, sweet and bitter taste, which can disperse wind-heat, calm the liver and improve eyesight, clear heat and detoxify. Now medicine has confirmed that the chrysanthemum is rich in volatile oils, flavonoids, amino acids and various trace elements, which are helpful for cardiovascular and cholesterol problems, and also play an anti-pathogen, antibacterial, anti-aging, antioxidant and other effects.
Friends who often drink chrysanthemum tea may find that the chrysanthemum will change color after soaking for a long time. The freshly brewed tea is golden yellow and will gradually turn green after a period of time. This is because the flavonoids in chrysanthemum tea are very unstable and will oxidize after a long time of soaking, so the tea will turn green, and the health benefits of oxidized chrysanthemum tea will be greatly reduced. Therefore, chrysanthemum tea is best to drink with the bubble, do not drink overnight tea.
Another point to remind everyone is the combination of chrysanthemum tea. The taste of rock sugar chrysanthemum tea is sweet and sweet, which is liked by the elderly and children, but it is not suitable for everyone to drink. Chrysanthemum is slightly cold, and adding rock sugar will increase the coldness. People with deficient body should not drink it, but for people with body heat, it can strengthen the effect of clearing away heat.
Chrysanthemum is cold and cool, and people with the following conditions should use it with caution:
- pregnant woman
- People with weak body, spleen deficiency, cold stomach, and easy diarrhea