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From Petals to Palate: 8 Flowers Used for Brewing Flower Tea

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Chamomile tea is made by using dried flowers from the chamomile plant and is renowned for its soothing effects and pleasant, floral flavor.

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Derived from the dried flowers of the hibiscus plant, hibiscus tea possesses a tangy, fruity flavor and is packed with antioxidants.

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Lavender tea is made from the dried flowers of the lavender plant and has a delicate, floral taste. It's often used for its relaxing properties.

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Rose tea is created with dried rose petals, boasts a perfumed and flowery flavor, and also possess anti-inflammatory characteristics.

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Jasmine tea is prepared by using dried jasmine flowers and offers a subtle and fragrant floral essence to its taste and aroma.

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Calendula tea is made from dried calendula petals, has a spicy taste, and is believed to be anti-inflammatory.


Chrysanthemum tea is brewed from dried flowers and has a slightly sweet, bitter flavour. Commonly used in Chinese medicine.

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Osmanthus tea, made from dried flowers, has a sweet taste and is valued for its calming effects.

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