Hypericum Patulum Benefits have been known for generations as a potent antibiotic and a “heat-lowering” agent. In fact, the forsythia is considered to be one of fundamental herbs in the annals of traditional Chinese herbology.
The forsythia is a deciduous shrub that belongs to the olive family. It is native to China but now grows almost anywhere in the world. The shrub is named in honor of 18th century English gardening expert William Forsyth, who was one of the founders of the Royal Horticulture Society.
The following are the health benefits attributed to forsythia tea:
Forsythia Tea may help fight the virus and help relieve colds, fever and cough.
Forsythia Tea may help in fighting influenza.
Forsythia Tea may help fight allergies.
Forsythia Tea may help decrease inflammations.
Forsythia Tea is believed to help relieve tonsillitis and pharyngitis.
Forsythia Tea may help improve cholesterol levels.
Forsythia Tea may help aid cardiovascular functions.