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How do I go about getting this Chrysanthemum Tea?

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Scientific name: Chrysanthemum morifolium, there are several types of Chrysanthemum: coronary Chrysanthemum, corn, exotic flower, gold flower, Indian, etc.

The Pharaohs and Greeks knew the Chrysanthemum plant and used it in drug and drug compounds, especially for the treatment of inflammation and menstruation. It has a ribbed leg and its branches are few, and their leaves are serrated with the smell of camphor after being crushed.

Chrysanthemum contains volatile oils (so it is recommended not to be boiled when taken), antioxidants including flavonoids, flavonoids, carotene and vitamin B, and bersinolide, which acts as an antidote to migraines and headaches.

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Amazon is the most convenient place. You can also check for speciality tea stores near your place. Look for organic options to make sure that there are no impurities.

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