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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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Answered on June 18, 2018 5:13 am
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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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Answered on August 8, 2018 10:53 pm
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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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