Know your Tea
Addicted to being healthy? Indulge in a meet-cute of the powerful sensations of chrysanthemum and wholesome star anise to become a playful blend that you’ll want to indulge in every time of the day! Floral -sweetness amplified!
- In Biblical times, anise was so highly prized that it was often used for tithes, offerings, and payment of taxes in Palestine.
- The name Chrysanthemum comes from the Greek words “khrusos” meaning gold and “anthemom” meaning flower.
Re-steep the leaves 3 times using 4 grams of it in 150ml of water
Return to any used tea leaves within the same day
150 gms= 114 cups of Tea
1. Packed with antioxidants
2. Good for joints
3. Good for eyes
4. Relieves stress
5. Prevents respiratory disorders
Yellow Chrysanthemum petals, Star Anise
Floral with a spicy-sweetness