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What is the difference between chrysanthemum tea and chamomile tea?

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Both the teas are of same plant family called "Asteraceae “, but the most common difference between chrysanthemum and chamomile tea is that chrysanthemum tea is effective for congestion, whereas chamomile works great as a sleep inducer. The types of chamomile used for making tea include - “the true chamomile” and “German chamomile”, on the other hand, chrysanthemum is of two types “chrysanthemum morifolium” and “chrysanthemum indicum”.

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They come from the same family tree but their uses vary like way opposite to each other you see

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Can someone tell then how do they differ because I’m pretty confused

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This is not a true difference but I guess chamomile is called as women’s tea because it helps easy out women’s problems and gives them good sleep during those days.
Chrysanthemum in general is more of a nerve relaxant for both men and women.

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I only know that chrysanthemum is usually offered to the dead or in mourning.

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Chamomile tea is made from chamomile flowers which are white in color. Chrysanthemum tea is made from chrysanthemum flowers which are usually yellow (sometimes white) in color.

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Excess chamomile leads to drowsiness and vomiting. Personally I haven’t had any such issue with chrysanthemum tea.

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I read somewhere that excess chrysanthemum results in skin becoming extra sensitive. Looks like drinking this tea in excess does have some side effects.

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Chamomile benefits

Cancer prevention
Because chamomile contains a high content of antioxidants, this makes it an important herb in reducing the chances of developing cancer, so you should drink this drink daily.

Promote heart health
Chamomile also benefits to maintain heart health significantly, and reduce the incidence of clogged arteries, or problems with blood vessels such as blockage or injury to clots significantly, and this is why we advise you to take chamomile to protect from exposure to these health complications.

Promote digestive health
One of the most important benefits of chamomile tea is that it is one of the drinks that contribute greatly to maintaining the health of the digestive system, and reducing the chances of exposure to any health problems with it, such as infection with diarrhea or constipation, or exposure to any stomach problems such as stomach ulcers, or infection with bacteria harmful to the stomach and intestine, as it is It reduces the chances of acidity and helps get rid of stomach gases.

Strengthening the immune system
Chamomile helps to strengthen the immune system and reduce exposure to colds or severe influenza, so we recommend that you consume chamomile regularly to fight winter diseases.

Control of blood sugar
Reducing the chances of injury or exposure to a rise in blood sugar, it is one of the herbs that contribute greatly to reducing infection in this matter, and reducing exposure to a high rate of it significantly.

Fighting cholesterol
Among the benefits of chamomile also is to regulate cholesterol and reduce infection significantly.

– Removing toxins from the body
Chamomile is one of the important herbs that contribute to purifying the body, and reducing the deposition of toxins in the body, and for this you have to drink chamomile daily to purify and get rid of body toxins.

Prevention of osteoporosis
Osteoporosis is a disease that severely weakens bone, leading to fractures, but chamomile helps to strengthen bones through its compounds and is therefore a great solution to prevent exacerbation of osteoporosis problems.

Get rid of insomnia
Daily intake of a cup of chamomile drink contributes to getting a good sleep and reducing your exposure to insomnia, and for this reason we advise you to consume chamomile tea regularly to get a good amount of sleep.

Get rid of menstrual pain
Chamomile tea is one of the drinks consumed by women during the menstrual period, and chamomile works to reduce the pain resulting from uterine contractions, and helps to give relaxation to the muscles of the uterus by increasing the levels of substances that work on this.

Treating vaginal infections
From chamomile, you can make an excellent lotion for vaginal infections. There are some infections that are specific to women in the vagina. They need a powerful and effective lotion to eliminate such infections. Therefore, boiling chamomile will do this task after cooling it and rinsing the vagina 3 times a day.

Promoting healthy skin
Chamomile is very useful for all skin types and chamomile is used to lighten the skin and to get rid of blackheads and soothe sensitive skin. Chamomile is especially useful in cleaning oily skin as the oils in it dissolve oily secretions and get rid of them.

Promotes healthy hair
It treats the scalp from inflammation and strengthens the hair, gives the hair shine and improves its appearance, also contains antioxidants, which help to reduce inflammation and irritation of the scalp, it can be used as a hair conditioner, works to lighten the hair color and make its color golden, and also prevents the appearance of dandruff.

How to make chamomile tea
If you want to prepare chamomile tea, it is preferable not to boil it in water, but to pour boiling water over it and then filter. Studies have shown that this method is the best way to extract the largest possible amount of azulin and other useful substances present in chamomile.

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