These flowers were grown in Hangzhou in China’s Zhejiang Province. Chrysanthemum can clear our internal heat and support our liver, lungs and eyesight. It can ease symptoms of a summer cold, fever, dry mouth and headache.
You would boil the water first, then add the hot water to the flowers and steep for a few minutes (around 3-5 min). However, some Chrysanthemum tea lovers recommend steeping the tea in water that is below boiling temperature anywhere from 90-100°F. (Boiling water is 212°F). You can always experiment to find out what you like best.