Shop Chrysanthemum Flower Forms and Sizes of Bulk Herbs Below
Common Name: Chrysanthemum Flower, Mums, Chrysanths, Mum Flower
Botanical Name: Chrysanthemum morifolium
Chinese / Pin Yin Name: Ju Hua
Chrysanthemum Flower Dosage: Consult your healthcare provider for your correct dose.
Chrysanthemum Flower Precautions: Do not use if pregnant or nursing. Do not use with loose stool.
Chrysanthemum Flower Benefits & Information
Chrysanthemum Flowers are a popular flower in many gardens, especially in the fall. Did you know Chrysanthemums also provide a wide range of health benefits? Chrysanthemum flowers have been used in Chinese medicine for centuries to promote relaxation, benefit respiratory health, slow the aging process, benefit liver health, support kidney health, and ease headaches. Research has found that Chrysanthemum flowers are rich in antioxidants that protect the body from free radicals and support immune health. They are packed with health benefiting vitamins and minerals, contain anti-inflammatory properties, have antihypertensive effects, and sedative effects.
In traditional Chinese medicine chrysanthemum flowers (Ju Hua) are used to disperse wind-heat, rid liver heat, subdue liver yang, benefit vision and clear lung heat. Chrysanthemum flowers are a cooling herb that is high in beta-carotene and contains bone building minerals. Chrysanthemum flowers boost the immune system, benefits the cardiovascular system, promotes healthy circulation, supports healthy digestion, and may benefit vision.
Chrysanthemum flowers are commonly used to make a health benefiting tea with a pleasant lightly sweet and floral taste. They make a great addition to your favorite herbal teas. For easy dosing make a potent chrysanthemum flower tincture. Chrysanthemum powder is perfect to make your own fresh filler-free Chrysanthemum capsules.
Chrysanthemum Flower Properties: Pungent, Sweet, Bitter, Slightly Cold
Chrysanthemum Flower Channels / Meridians: Lung, Liver
Chrysanthemum Flower Naturally Occurring Components: adenine, choline, stachydrine, shrysanthemin, vitamin B1, apigenin, acacetin, coptiside I, chrysandiol, chlorochrymorin, camphor, borneol
Herbs That Combine With Chrysanthemum Flowers