Caffeine Free. 100% Natural. Healthy Cholesterol and Sugar Level & Blood Pressure Heart and Vision Tonic. Chrysanthemum Vascuflow Herb Tea (caffeine-free) flavored with jasmine flower is a high-class drink made of quality chrysanthemum and orchid flower. Chrysanthemum has adenine choline vitamins a b amino acids glycosides volatile oil etc. It is a nerve energizer detoxifier and blood vessel softener in Chinese Medicine to maintain healthy cholesterol level normal blood pressure improve blood flow. Used to "sharpen the vision and hearing calm the nerves and clear the brain" it remains one of the most important supplementary food items and longevity elixir in China. It is an ideal beverage for cold and flu season and for general health.
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4 out of 5(80%)customers recommend this product.
Customer reviews for Health King Chrysanthemum Vascuflow Herb Tea -- 20 Tea Bags
Review 1 for Health King Chrysanthemum Vascuflow Herb Tea -- 20 Tea Bags
June 7, 2013
"It's true. This tea is sooo bitter. It is so bitter it makes you think you are drinking poison. Yet it works. It does seem to promote dilation of blood vessels; I notice a a warmth and reddening in my extremities after drinking it."
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Review 2 for Health King Chrysanthemum Vascuflow Herb Tea -- 20 Tea Bags
STRONG smell and taste!
October 30, 2012
"I am not fond of the flavor of the tea; therefore I cannot say if its does what it promotes! I have share this tea with my Mom who has order her very own box and drinks it as the instructions suggesst. I generally mix the tea with my regular sweet tea...having much more ot the regular sweet tea and much less of the Chrysanthemum tea-----very strong in smell and taste!"
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Review 3 for Health King Chrysanthemum Vascuflow Herb Tea -- 20 Tea Bags
An acquired taste, but worth the health benefits
October 8, 2012
"The tast is bitter; it's unlike any tea you've ever tasted. But for folks like me who need an immune system boost, or if our nerves are frayed, chrysanthemum tea is the best choice next to ginger, clove, etc.
Thing is, Chrysanthemum tea gets bitter if you let it steep with a lid on or longer than five minutes. Let the tea steep out in the open ; try only 3 minutes at first, then gradually work your way up to four, then five and then two bags if you want. One cup of chrysanthemum (8 oz.) and two teaspoons of raw honey. The honey balances out the bitter taste.
This tea is so very soothing after a long stressful day and/or when you've been out in the elements especially during the change of seasons. Nothing is better after a long day in the changing weather than to sit down and relax with a nice warm cup of chrysanthemum."