The package contains 15 filter bags
Safflower (Wild Saffron) or "Golden Flower" is grown in the north of Thailand in ecologically clean protected areas.
Safflower tea improves blood circulation, relieves menstrual pain, improves heart function. The slight diuretic effect of this flower helps to cope with excess weight.
Tea is used for rheumatic diseases (in combination therapy).
Safflower flower tea is prescribed as a remedy for the prevention and treatment of psoriasis, tumor formation, and gynecological diseases: amenorrhea (abnormal absence of menstruation) and metritis (inflammation of the muscle tissue of the walls of the uterus).
Safflower tea also improves blood composition in case of anemia and normalizes blood circulation. For two weeks of taking tea from safflower, hypertension normalizes blood pressure. Safflower tea reduces blood viscosity, normalizes blood pressure and eliminates the effects of stroke. Heart failure and anemia go away after a few months of drinking the tea.
Wild saffron petals contain phytoflavonoids and minerals, as well as antioxidants. They provide such health benefits of tea
- The drink is considered an excellent intestinal antiseptic, relieves inflammation and improves the digestibility of food.
- Long-term use of this tea has a diuretic effect, as it helps cleanse the kidneys.
- This tea is also good for cleansing the liver. This means that all toxins and "pollution" are removed from the body.
The infusion of flowers has a laxative effect, anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties. It is used as a very effective remedy with antipyretic, analgesic, antioxidant properties.
The plant is also used externally. Decoctions, lotions, poultices from flowers are considered a good remedy for the treatment of rheumatism, joint pain.
Despite the many positive properties, Safflower Tea is not recommended for pregnant women. Safflower is contraindicated for any bleeding.
How to brew:
Pour 300 ml of hot water (water temperature 80 ℃ -90 ℃) into one tea filter bag. Let it brew for 5-10 minutes.